Isilon announced two new high-performance scale-out NAS storage platform nodes: the EMC Isilon S210 and X410, and an updated EMC Isilon OneFS 7.1.1 operating system on July 8th, 2014.
This post is your One-Stop-Shop to find more information about the latest Isilon products and releases, including documentation and guides for OneFS 7.1.1 and our new storage nodes.
The latest version of the Isilon OneFS operating system comes with innovative new features such as SmartFlash and SMB 3.0 Multichannel support. Other new features and enhancements include performance improvements, access zone enhancements, and non-disruptive drive firmware updates. To read more click here.
You can now find all OneFS 7.1.1 administration guides and release notes in this one location for your ease of use.
Isilon S210 and X410 Storage Nodes
The Isilon S210 node is designed for high-transactional, file-intensive applications. The S210 node is a 2U node with a capacity from 6.6 TB to 28.8 TB. The maximum usable capacity is 4.15 PB. Find the S210 Installation guide here.
The Isilon X410 node is designed for high–throughput, high-capacity applications. The X410 node is a 4U node with a capacity from 32 TB to 144 TB. The maximum usable capacity is 20.7 PB Find the X410 Installation guide here.
You can now find our new high-performance scale-out NAS storage platform nodes at the EMC Store.
The Isilon Data Lake
The Isilon scale-out Data Lake enables customers to ingest, store, manage, and protect all the unstructured data in their enterprise.
Isilon’s Data Lake solution provides enterprises with a single pool of storage that allows data to be accessed by multiple applications using multiple protocols and access methods, thus providing unmatched operational flexibility, simplified management, and increased efficiency. The Isilon scale-out Data Lake is reinforced with enterprise data protection and robust data security.
Do you have questions about the Isilon Data Lake and what it means for your operating environment? Our Ask the Expert session will be open July 8-25th. Submit your questions to Nick Kirsch, CTO, EMC Isilon Storage Division. Nick will respond to all your questions between July 14-18th.
Post your questions now, and expert answers will begin rolling in starting July 14th.
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