Multi-protocol enterprise storage platform
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HPE Servers and FormationOne SDS
FormationOne TimeLine and HPE servers provide continuous data protection and enterprise-grade storage services
Scale big. Scale fast. Expand your storage from TBs to PBs. Automate processes to deliver new services 10x faster than legacy solutions. All with dramatic TCO savings.
You can have it all. QoS with policy-based control, enforced permissions, and self-service provisioning. Simple, automated, agile.
Reduce your storage footprint utilizing x86 commodity hardware. Slash TCO. Say goodbye to legacy array economics and proprietary hardware. And with our subscription pricing, you can pay as you grow.
Run mixed workloads on a scale-out platform that consistently delivers low latency, high I/O, and high-throughput performance to seamlessly support traditional and modern distributed applications. Allocate, segment, and control performance dynamically across flash and disk volumes.
Data is secure with 256 bit AES encryption, protecting data in-flight or at rest within FormationOne. This encryption occurs within the FormationOne cloud domain and also across the wire and when stored in AWS.
Deliver seamless replication between private and public data centers, supporting multiple use cases including disaster recovery, backup and archive. Data mobility and bi-directional connectivity into AWS also supports data migration and content distribution across hybrid-cloud environments.
Consolidate and transform high-performance block and file workloads into scale-out iSCSI and NFS deployments. Improve time-to-market with dramatic TCO savings.
Discover secure, efficient, bi-directional hybrid cloud replication between Formation Cloud domains and Amazon Web Services. Migrate data seamlessly between on-premise and cloud-based resources from a single intuitive interface.
Improve storage management for VMware and multi-hypervisor environments. Use QoS to deliver consistent performance and overcome the virtualization "I/O blender" effect.
- Ben Kepes, Networkworld
It's almost like FormationOne conjures up new storage from thin air—which is, after all, the promise virtualization brought to the world of compute.