EMC Releases the Next Generation of VNX Arrays!

September 12, 2013


Jason Nash's Blog

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I’ve been with Varrow over 5 years now and it seems like just last week we were rolling out the initial run of EMC VNX arrays.  We’ve had just outstanding success with them…everywhere.  From small environments to large environments they’ve been solid, dependable, and fast while at the same time being much, much simpler and easier to manage than their predecessors.  Now it’s time to move to the next generation.

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As you would expect to see in a new generation almost everything is faster.  Faster CPUs with more cores.  More RAM.  Better I/O.  It’s all here.  The benefit is obvious.  Things get done quicker, but we also get a larger “CPU and memory budget” that allows for more advanced features and offerings.  They scale up to over 1 Million IOPS.  Up to 3PB.  Can do 200,000 IOPS in a 3U package.

We’ll go through most of the major enhancements and changes…

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