Storage at Petabyte-scale Keeps Getting Better

HPE Apollo Servers combined with Scality RING software-defined storage have been a gold standard for unstructured data storage for some time now. With the announcement of HPE’s new Apollo 4200 Gen10 Servers, that excellence goes to the next level.

The explosion of data brings huge challenges—the biggest of which is putting that data to use, and/or keeping it available for when you can put it to use. Mining growing stores of unstructured data to derive business value can be key to new product and services innovation and cost savings. Unless you can tame these massive data stores, though, it’s hard to get there. Traditional NAS storage won’t do it. Enter the HPE Apollo 4200 Gen10 Server. This new server, teamed with Scality RING software-defined storage can get you there. It delivers lower cost scale-out storage hardware through the flexible economics of standard x86 servers, all the while combining the high performance kick of NVMe flash with cost-saving HDD capacity in the same chassis.

Looking for high-density for a smaller footprint? Workload optimization? Built-in security features? Flexible consumption-based options for economic agility? HPE Scalable Object Storage with Scality RING on HPE Apollo 4200 Gen10 Servers is it.

For more information on HPE Apollo 4200 Gen10 servers, check out the product page. HPE’s Around the Storage Block blog has some great insight as well.

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