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Elastic Storage Server (ESS) Architecture and use cases

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Abstract

The Elastic Storage Server (ESS) is a family of flexible storage building blocks that allow you to easily deploy and expand your Spectrum Scale environment.

Designed to be highly reliable with a myriad of performance, capacity, and network options, these systems allow you to easily tailor your file system storage to meet your workflow, capacity, and performance needs. Discover how these systems are built and what makes them so reliable. Learn about the range of performance and capacity choices.

This webcast will discuss Spectrum Scale and the evolution of ESS and its unique architecture. We will also discuss the functionality and possible use cases of ESS as a predictable and high-performance building block in Spectrum Scale environments.

Content

Date: January 31, 2019

Speakers: Connie Rice, Technical Sales Specialist; Lindsay Todd, Spectrum Scale Solution Architect and Gilbert Nevarez, Solutions Architect

Audio

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Document Information

Modified date:
18 December 2019

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