IBM XIV Storage Systems concepts and technical implementation

For example, crops growing medical completely electronic medical records. These changes require an enormous burden in memory mode on an existing network infrastructure. At other times, these problems came from self-inflicted origin. Mostly a result of inadequate planning before implementing a new system. When it’s time to update again, or if your company is implementing a new solution on the market for servers, IBM offers a solution for almost any business model in their IBM XIV
When planning a new server or deployment of new hardware, there are several things to keep in mind. Scalability should always be questioned. A system that is both scaleable in itself and its ability to other units is, in other important in order to respond to growth. The IBM XIV has the ability to automatically distribute the distribution file storage as soon as the new hardware is installed. Updates can be hot and there are few, if any, downtime. Minimizing downtime is active-active N +1 “redundancy – coupled with the ability of the system to the hardware and hot-swappable active redistribution system’s data to perform, it can reconstruct a 3 TB hard drive 50 minutes the device can. is 72 to 180 drives, but most impressive is that the IBM XIV Gen 3 SSD Caching allows in all volumes. provides system a boost by the way, 400 GB per module for a total of 6TB cache.
The IBM XIV to accommodate the growth. The system is designed to be part of a large grid architecture, so that even very tight tasks can be realized. The IBM XIV Gen 3 model, and both use Fibre Channel controllers, control units. This allows raster widespread, if the need arises. More importantly, that this technology can transmit data on the data line as high as 8 GB per second.
Such a system allows clients to deliver much thinner in the work area. The IBM XIV is not only oriented information, but it also hosts applications through virtualization with VMware. Remote access to resources is facilitated by the installation of vCloud so no one is limited by the walls of the office. To appreciate not only the remote access features of end users is for IT staff – an iPhone application available to monitor in real time from anywhere. IBM also provides a relatively simple and informative interface for managing the system, the amount of time the staff reduced manual adjustments.