Atlantis USX

Atlantis USX

Instantly Increase Storage Capacity and Performance

Atlantis USX is an intelligent software-defined storage solution that can instantly deliver storage resources for any application more efficiently using a combination of existing datacenter infrastructure and hyper-converged building blocks.

By harnessing the power of faster and cheaper processing power, memory and flash, Atlantis USX eliminates the inefficiencies of SAN and NAS hardware, while at the same time delivering all-flash performance.

With Atlantis USX, IT organizations ensure that each storage volume has targeted availability levels that can dynamically add resilience to the infrastructure based on the criticality of the data or system.

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Features

STORAGE VIRTUALISATION
Atlantis USX virtualizes all storage resources in the datacenter to increase its utilization and the efficiency of the datacenter. Atlantis can  pool SAN, NAS, DAS, RAM, Flash and present file or block
based storage volumes.

DATA REDUCTION
Atlantis USX provides patented, real-time, in-line deduplication, compression and thin provisioning to reduce the capacity required to store data by up to 90%.

DATA PROTECTION
Atlantis USX provides integrated high availability, data protection, replication and stretched cluster capabilities that enable IT to increase resilience across the entire datacenter more efficiently.

PERFORMANCE ACCELERATION
Atlantis USX process IO in-memory at the compute layer to accelerate storage performance, delivering up to a ten times increase in IOPS, reduced latency and the ability to deliver more transactions and better application performance.

DATA MOBILITY
Atlantis USX enables customers to intelligently clone, snapshot, move and backup virtual machines and data faster than ever before.

UNIFIED MANAGEMENT
Atlantis USX provides single pane of glass management for all storage resources in the datacenter and integrates with IT systems through an open

Why choose Atlantis USX?

Stop Wasting IT Budget On Storage Hardware
With data growth at more than 40% per year and IT budgets flat, storage hardware is always increasing as a percentage of IT budget, stealing resources from more innovative projects. With Atlantis USX, IT organizations can get up to ten times more capacity out of their existing traditional storage, while at the same time migrating to a more efficient all-flash hyper-converged architecture that leverages lower cost commodity compute resources.

atlantis-usx-performance2Deliver All-Flash Performance To All Users And Applications
Today, IT organization have to pick a small percentage of workloads to receive the benefits of all-flash performance due to the cost. With Atlantis USX, you can deliver All-Flash performance to the entire datacenter using the existing infrastructure at a cost that is 50-75% lower than disk-based SAN or NAS. The result is more transactions per minute for databases, faster analytics, and better user experience.

Make The Entire Datacenter More Agile
Many SDS solutions are limited to virtualize specific types of storage such as DAS, working only with one vendor’s hardware, or presenting only one type of storage. Atlantis USX helps enterprises realize the benefits of SDS across the entire datacenter. IT organizations can virtualize any storage including DAS, SAN, NAS, Memory, Flash, create many types of storage volumes (Hybrid, All-Flash, InMemory) and present file and block storage.

Virtualise All Datacentre Storage To Deliver Agility And Assurance

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Features

Storage

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Atlantis USX enables enterprises to pool and abstract all storage (SAN, NAS, Flash, RAM, DAS, Hybrid Arrays, and Public Cloud) and instantly deliver virtual storage volumes to any application. By pooling storage, both storage capacity and performance are used more efficiently in the datacenter, lowering cost, increasing performance and making datacenters more agile.

Data Services

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Atlantis USX includes integrated HyperDup™ Content-Aware Data Services that leverage Atlantis real-time deduplication technology to provide data reduction, IO acceleration, provisioning, data mobility, security and business continuity for any storage.

Management

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Atlantis USX provides policy-based management of virtual storage volumes that allows administrators to define the capacity, performance and availability requirement for individual VMs or applications.

Automation

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Atlantis USX delivers automation of all storage functions through REST APIs that are leveraged by third-party orchestration systems to provide Quality of Service (QoS), self-healing to provide resiliency, autonomics to create the optimal storage volume configurations, and event-based management to automate self-provisioning of applications.

Storage Consolidation

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Atlantis USX enables enterprises to get up to ten times more effective storage capacity out of existing and new storage hardware by consolidating SAN and NAS storage, increasing effective storage capacity through patented deduplication and compression, unlocking direct-attached storage and making it possible to use public cloud storage for applications running in the datacenter. Enterprises that are running out of storage capacity can extend the life of their existing storage by up to 5 years without purchasing any additional hardware, saving millions of dollars per year.

Performance Acceleration

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Atlantis USX allows enterprises to achieve all-flash array performance at half the cost of SAN using Atlantis HyperDup™ IO accelerationtechnology. Atlantis USX uses a small a mount of server resources (RAM, Flash or SSD) to make SAN, NAS or DAS disk-based storage perform like flash arrays. Atlantis USX can scale-out performance to achieve an unlimited number of IOPS at a cost as low as five cents per IOPS.

VDI

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Atlantis USX allows enterprises to deploy persistent or stateless virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) deployments that are faster and cheaper than physical PCs. Atlantis USX both significantly decreases the cost and accelerates the performance of VDI deployments. For Stateless VDI, deploy with no storage, using server RAM as primary storage. For Persistent VDI, deploy hyperconverged systems that use pooled server storage (RAM, SAS, SSD, Flash) or shared SAN, NAS and all-flash arrays.

SBC

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Atlantis USX allows enterprises to deploy server-based computing (SBC) solutions such as Citrix XenApp, Microsoft RDS and VMware Horizon that deliver better performance and eliminate application performance problem with no storage required, significantly lowering SBC deployment costs. Atlantis USX HyperDup inline deduplication and compression reduces the size of SBC images, write-caches and differential disks by up to 20 times, making it possible to deploy SBC in RAM at a lower cost than local SAS, SSD, SAN or NAS.

Cost Reduction

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Enterprises that deploy Atlantis USX will reduce storage costs by up to 80% by significantly extending the effective capacity of existing storage. This reduces the amount of physical storage required for any application set; avoiding the purchase of additional storage hardware, enabling the deployment of lower cost DAS and public cloud storage, and eliminating the inefficiencies of existing storage hardware.

Performance

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Atlantis USX delivers all-flash performance across the entire datacenter to all applications, increasing transactions per second for databases, reducing mailbox response time, accelerating virtual desktop performance, and cutting data processing time.

Data Mobility

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Atlantis USX enables virtual workloads to move between storage systems, datacenters and the cloud in seconds. The new found storage agility opens up new opportunities to move workloads closer to users, lower compute costs, leverage storage in the cloud, or migrate from one storage system to another seamlessly.

 

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