No matter your industry, data storage is likely becoming an issue. You need near-real-time access to different kinds of data, and it must be flexible, with intuitive administration and an affordable total cost of ownership.

Traditional on-premises solutions are expensive to manage and don’t scale easily. And cloud storage, while attractively priced on entry, can become cost-prohibitive when accessing data at near real time or in high volume.

The flexible, clustered design of SUSE Enterprise Storage means it can scale quickly to massive proportions. Simply add HPE hardware, and SUSE Enterprise Storage will automatically integrate it and redistribute workloads as necessary.

Also, SUSE Enterprise Storage offers node-based pricing (as opposed to per-gigabyte pricing), making it the lowest-priced option for enterprise disk-to-disk backup, as well as other storage tasks.

Main use cases are:

Disk-based backup

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High-performance computing (HPC)

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Target for compliance archiving

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Video surveillance and content distribution

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Customers have several different hardware options from HPE such as:

  • HPE Apollo (breakthrough performance, economy and scalability in a small footprint)
  • HPE Cloudline (designed for use in cloud data centers)
  • HPE ProLiant (perfect balance of performance, expansion and manageability)
  • HPE Synergy (the world’s first platform architected for composable infrastructure)

 

Want more? Take a look at our joint content:

SUSE & HPE Sales Play:

 

SUSE & HPE Success stories:

         Orchard Park Police Department

         Experian Business Information Systems

 

Keep up to date with our SUSE/HPE Alliance at suse.com/hpe.

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Category: Alliance Partners, Ceph, Disk to Disk Backup Storage, High Performance Computing, Software-defined Infrastructure, Software-defined Storage, SUSE Enterprise Storage
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