Vexata, a provider of accelerated data infrastructure, is unveiling VX-Cloud Data Acceleration Platform, transforming industry standard servers into hyper-scale data platforms that meet the extreme performance at scale demands.
Powered by Vexata's patented Accelerated Data Architecture software and FPGA firmware, VX-Cloud eliminates the economic barriers for public cloud providers and on-premise private clouds to provide a unified, multi-petabyte, extreme performance tier allowing data to be flexibly provisioned across multiple consolidated applications.
Complementary to the Vexata VX-100 Scalable NVMe Flash Array and built on the same proven Accelerated Data Architecture, VX-Cloud drives a new level of performance and scale at breakthrough economics for cloud service providers and on-premise private clouds.
VX-Cloud's scalable software design utilizes industry standard servers that can scale within or even across racks to deliver cloud-scale block and file data services for high-performance transactional databases, decision support systems, advanced analytics, high performance computing (HPC), machine learning (ML), and Artificial Intelligence (AI) workloads.
Use cases include risk analytics, trading system analytics, financial modeling, cyber-security, IoT analytics, autonomous AI, and deep learning.
VX-Cloud is delivered as a set of reference architectures available through qualified strategic partners who have integrated VX-Cloud software onto their server platforms.
Consisting of three core architectural elements - Acceleration, Distribution and Aggregation - VX-Cloud allows performance and capacity to scale-out independently and on-demand.
It provides multi-parity data protection, high availability failover, core data services such as data encryption, volume management, thin provisioning, snapshots and clones, in-line data reduction, and granular I/O monitoring and analytics, and supports a range of virtualized and physical host operating systems.
"Vexata is excited to expand our product portfolio to address the broader requirements of the cloud service providers with VX-Cloud," said Zahid Hussain, CEO of Vexata.
For more information about this release, visit www.vexata.com.