HPE 3PAR StoreServ 20850

End of life Date:
May 1, 2027
Storage Device

With over 3.8M IOPS, sub-millisecond latencies, a 16x advantage in density over the competition, and scalability of over 20 PB of usable capacity for massive consolidation - for block and file workloads as well as object access - with Quality of Service, HPE 3PAR StoreServ 20000 Storage is an enterprise flash array (QoS). The HPE 3PAR Gen5 ASIC for silicon-based hardware acceleration, along with inline deduplication, compression, data packing, thin technologies, and other compaction techniques, are included in the flash-optimized architecture. These techniques can lower acquisition and operating costs without sacrificing performance. Both variants with all-flash storage and ones with hybrid flash and HDD storage have configuration options. With HPE InfoSight Advanced Performance Analytics, a feature of the HPE SSMC 3.4 management console, management and troubleshooting difficulties are reduced. With the new HPE 3PAR 32Gb FC, one can boost all-flash performance by removing storage networking constraints. The HP 3PAR 20850 Series is the ideal choice for all hybrid and cloud computing requirements. The HP 3PAR StoreServ 20850 provides the I/O performance and workload capacity to eliminate the bottleneck caused by the majority of storage solutions. As a result, one can employ fewer storage systems to get the same or better performance, which lowers users' overall operating expenses. The 3PAR 20850 is intended to be adaptable, expandable, and tiered dynamically. As a result, users may focus more of customers' time and energy on innovations and less on the operational side. Users can provide new clients and deploy new applications with the HP 3PAR This Provisioning Software without buying additional hardware. Users may protect multi-tenancy on the HP 3PAR StoreServ 20850 by using the HP 3PAR Domains Software. This enables users to have personalized, secure "self-service" storage options.

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