The company is one of a first storage array vendors to support vSphere 7 using RDMA-over-Converged Ethernet (RoCE v2).
With the firm’s Hyperparallel flash array certification with vSphere 7.0 using introduced industry-standard NVMe-oF, applications can take advantage of the performance boost while increasing storage density for VMs and containers compared to previous gens using NFS as referenced in a company blog.
Backward compatibility for NFS and iSCSI lets customers run multiple protocols simultaneously in the company’s Hyperparallel flash array maximizing storage performance and density for VMs and persistent containers. With multi-protocol support, organizations can consolidate VMs, migrate to containers and modernize their hybrid clouds.
“vSphere 7 is one of the most significant vSphere releases in a decade,” said Sudhanshu Jain, director, product management, cloud mlatform, VMware, Inc. “We are pleased to work with Pavilion on NVMe-oF to support its Hyperparallel flash array for the benefit of our mutual customers.“
“Certification for vSphere 7 extends our leadership from Webscale and HPC customers directly into Large Enterprises where VMware is a significant operating environment,” said Gurpreet Singh, CEO, Pavilion. “Our proof of hyperparallel for the intersection of big and fast data is ideally suited to the hybrid cloud and modern applications and customer profiles VMware is targeting.“
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