HPE StoreVirtual Storages

HPE StoreVirtual storage systems, formerly known as HP LeftHand, are software-defined storage solutions designed to deliver high-performance, scalable, and flexible storage capabilities. They enable organizations to create virtualized storage pools from standard server hardware, providing advanced features for data protection, replication, and management. Here are some key points about HPE StoreVirtual storage systems:

1. Software-Defined Storage: HPE StoreVirtual storage systems are based on a software-defined storage architecture. They leverage the underlying server hardware to create a virtualized storage pool, allowing organizations to utilize their existing infrastructure and scale storage resources as needed.

2. Network RAID: StoreVirtual uses Network RAID technology to distribute data across multiple nodes in the storage cluster. This ensures data redundancy and protection against drive or node failures. Network RAID allows for seamless expansion and reconfiguration of storage resources without downtime.

3. Scale-Out Architecture: StoreVirtual employs a scale-out architecture, which means that additional storage nodes can be added to the cluster as storage capacity and performance requirements increase. This enables easy scalability, allowing organizations to grow their storage infrastructure without disruption.

4. High Availability and Data Protection: HPE StoreVirtual storage systems offer built-in high availability features. Data is replicated across multiple storage nodes, ensuring continuous access to data even in the event of node or drive failures. Additionally, advanced snapshot and remote replication capabilities enable efficient data protection and disaster recovery.

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