HPE Adds Multi-Dimensional
Scalability to Entry Storage

Even budget-conscious IT leaders can now scale to evolve with changing business needs.

The latest enhancements to Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s HPE StoreVirtual 3200 Storage include major boosts to agility and resiliency, with new multi-dimensional scaling options including stretch cluster and synchronous replication to protect from system and site-wide outages with the “five-nines” availability you’d expect.

The 3200 also boasts support for a diverse set of unified file and block workloads and is the industry’s first storage array powered by 64-bit ARM processors. Unlike traditional entry storage options that lack architectural flexibility, HPE’s StoreVirtual 3200 shares its software defined operating system with HPE’s StoreVirtual VSA and Hyper Converged systems, ensuring your investment is future-proof.

StoreVirtual 3200 now supports 10GBase-T interconnects, helping customers streamline operational overheads by 40% via 10 Gigabit Ethernet connections. New, unified storage options expand the unit’s ability to consolidate workloads and serve both structured and unstructured data, with the addition of StoreVirtual 3000 File Controller.

Featuring full compatibility with Microsoft Windows Dynamic Access Controls, File Controller enables file shares to be created in minutes and customers can also access capacity saving tools to consolidate and compress.

Scalability, a first for enterprise storage

HPE StoreVirtual 3200 allows customers to extend investments and respond more quickly to new demands with the ability to:

  • Scale “up,” growing storage capacity and performance by adding additional drives or by adding additional drive enclosures to a pair of storage controllers.
  • Scale “out,” easily doubling application performance, boosting maximum capacity and unlocking new resiliency options by grouping multiple controller pairs into a single storage cluster.
  • Scale “across” by federating multiple clusters and using HPE Peer Motion to easily move workloads between StoreVirtual arrays.

Embedded security includes encryption for both data at rest and data in transit, while the ability to run antivirus and backup software directly within the system that provide additional piece of mind.

HPE StoreVirtual 3200 storage systems are  available now, starting at $6,055