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Optimize Your Storage Tiers with Pure Storage FlashBlade and Igneous Hybrid Storage Cloud

by Christian Smith – February 13, 2018

As enterprise datasets explode to billions of files and petabytes of data, enterprises need modern data management solutions that offer high performance and large capacity.

For massive unstructured file data, it can be particularly difficult and expensive to obtain low latency, storage capacity, and the secondary storage features needed to manage this scale of data, including policy-based workflows, data protection, search, and learning.

Igneous Hybrid Storage Cloud and Pure FlashBlade

To address this growing need, Igneous Hybrid Storage Cloud now offers integration with Pure Storage FlashBlade, an all-flash solution for high performance primary storage. Igneous provides the only scale-out secondary storage solution on the market designed to handle the dense and fast file workload targeted to Pure Flashblade.

Why use Igneous Hybrid Storage Cloud and Pure FlashBlade together?

These two solutions in conjunction provide the best of both worlds: higher performance for the primary tier and larger capacity for the secondary tier, with backup and archive features built with massive unstructured data in mind.

Using Igneous Hybrid Storage Cloud and Pure FlashBlade to optimize storage tiers for performance and capacity enables enterprises to use their resources more efficiently. The result is robust, effective data management that effortlessly handles billions of files and petabytes of data while adding value to enterprise data—all at a reasonable cost.

Learn more about the benefits of using Igneous Hybrid Storage Cloud with Pure Storage FlashBlade in our Solution Brief.

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