|By Marketwired .||
|June 11, 2014 12:00 PM EDT||
SAN JOSE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/11/14 -- Nimble Storage (NYSE: NMBL), the flash storage solutions company, is redefining the storage market by enabling enterprises to meet performance and capacity requirements for any workload in virtualized datacenters and cloud environments. Nimble Storage's Adaptive Flash platform provides the performance of flash-only arrays and the capacity of hybrid arrays with the introduction of the CS700 Series arrays and All-Flash Shelf delivering up to 500,000 IOPS, 64 terabytes (TBs) of flash, and a petabyte of capacity. By minimizing performance and capacity tradeoffs, Nimble's Adaptive Flash platform enables the consolidation of all workloads and eliminates storage silos.
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CIOs have struggled to accommodate storage infrastructure quickly and cost effectively to handle unpredictable data growth and to meet changing requirements. As such, they have been forced to create storage silos to meet service level agreements for various types of applications that require different levels of performance and capacity. Nimble's Adaptive Flash platform dynamically and intelligently allocates storage resources to meet diverse and stringent application demands on a single platform.
Adaptive Flash is based on CASL, Nimble's patented Cache Accelerated Sequential Layout architecture, and InfoSight, the company's automated cloud-based management and support system. The platform is engineered to provide organizations with the highest levels of performance efficiently. Along with integrated data protection and predictive support, enterprise customers can deploy confidently and seamlessly scale their storage infrastructure as their business grows.
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The new CS700 Series array can handle a variety of performance-intensive enterprise workloads, such as large-scale VDI deployments and high transaction-volume databases, as well as other performance intensive server virtualization workloads such as Microsoft Exchange. The new All-Flash Shelf provides the flexibility to scale flash gradually up to 16 TBs per node, or 64 TBs in a 4-node scale-out cluster, delivering industry leading flash densities. These new products are able to deliver leading performance by leveraging CASL, a CPU-driven architecture that eliminates the dependence on disk spindles.
Meeting Enterprise Demands: Intelligent Cloud-based Analytics & High Availability
Organizations are forced to overprovision flash for performance-centric applications, incurring significant costs with overprovisioning and other overheads. Though performance-intensive applications benefit from residing on flash, enterprises are burdened with overheads associated with maintaining the entire working sets within a flash-only environment. Nimble's Adaptive Flash platform leverages InfoSight to recommend the exact amount of resources required as application demands change within an enterprise, while Nimble's scale-to-fit approach allows non-disruptive addition of resources, thus avoiding over provisioning, under-utilization, and increased costs.
Nimble provides greater than 'Five-Nines' (99.999 percent) level of system availability. Taking a ground-up approach, Nimble built its software architecture, CASL, with design elements such as fully redundant hardware, no single points of failure, and fully non-disruptive upgrades -- all of which address today's availability challenges. Furthermore, Nimble's unique approach to storage lifecycle management, InfoSight, leverages data sciences to deliver excellent storage health and operational efficiency.
The CS700 Series array and All-Flash Shelf will be generally available in June 2014.
"We pushed the Nimble CS700 array as hard as we possibly could, and we consistently achieved north of 125,000 IOPS with under 0.1ms latency across SQL workloads. We can easily see clustering the CS700 with our existing Nimble arrays for additional horsepower and consolidation of workloads."
- Brian Troudy, IT manager, Corona Norco Unified School District
"The CS700 reinforces that we can rely on Nimble Storage for all of our critical applications, including several very large-scale Oracle OLTP databases. Across the bulk of our daily storage operations, we realized a 300% gain in performance over our previous storage system. Furthermore, Nimble snapshot technology has improved our data protection strategy by bringing our worst case RPO down to 7 minutes."
- Matt Foroughi, vice president of SaaS Operations, Airclic
"The battle between all flash and hybrid flash array vendors will continue to rage for at least the next several years. Application workloads that require lots of performance and relatively little capacity will migrate more towards all flash array architectures, and those applications that require lots of capacity and relatively less performance will probably find hybrid array architectures more cost-effective. Solutions like Nimble's new CS700 and All-Flash Shelf give customers significant leeway in establishing the ratio between SSDs and HDDs to offer the flexibility necessary to accommodate a wide range of mixed data center workloads."
- Eric Burgener, research director, IDC
"Nimble's innovative Adaptive Flash technology and VMware Horizon 6 will enable customers to extend the power of virtualization from the data center to devices, while maintaining central management of virtual, physical, and BYO Windows images through a single solution. This can enhance the user experience, help drive down costs, and deliver business agility and scaling flexibility."
- Courtney Burry, director, End-User Computing, VMware
"Today's hybrid and flash-only products force enterprises to create storage silos, resulting in increased costs and management complexity. Our Adaptive Flash platform will demand the storage industry rethink the way flash can be leveraged within datacenter and cloud environments. We've built a solution that can span a larger set of workloads with more performance and cost efficiency than any other flash solution on the market."
- Dan Leary, vice president of worldwide marketing, Nimble Storage
Nimble Storage Resources
- Solutions Brief: The Nimble Storage Adaptive Flash Platform
- Data Sheet: Nimble Storage CS-Series arrays
- Nimble Storage Website
- Case Studies and Videos
- Follow Nimble Storage on Twitter: @NimbleStorage
- Join the Nimble Storage Group on LinkedIn
- Visit Nimble Storage on Facebook
About Nimble Storage
Nimble Storage (NYSE: NMBL) is redefining the storage market with its Adaptive Flash platform. Nimble's flash storage solutions enable the consolidation of all workloads and eliminate storage silos by providing enterprises with significant improvements in application performance and storage capacity. At the same time, Nimble delivers superior data protection, while simplifying business operations and lowering costs. At the core of the Adaptive Flash platform is the patented Cache Accelerated Sequential Layout (CASL) architecture and InfoSight, an automated cloud-based management and support system that maintains storage system peak health. More than 3,000 enterprises, governments, and service providers have deployed Nimble's flash storage solutions across 37 countries. For more information about Nimble Storage, visit www.nimblestorage.com and follow us on Twitter: @nimblestorage.
Nimble Storage, the Nimble Storage logo, CASL, InfoSight, SmartStack and NimbleConnect are trademarks or registered trademarks of Nimble Storage. Other trade names or words used in this document are the properties of their respective owners.
VMware and VMware Horizon are registered trademarks or trademarks of VMware, Inc. in the United States and other jurisdictions. The use of the word "partner" or "partnership" does not imply a legal partnership relationship between VMware and any other company.
Any unreleased services, features or functions referenced in this document, our website or other press releases or public statements that are not currently available are subject to change at Nimble Storage's discretion and may not be delivered as planned or at all. Customers who purchase Nimble Storage's products and services should make their purchase decisions based upon services, features and functions that are currently available.
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