Effortless Consolidation

Successful consolidation derives from the right storage architecture. Get safe, effortless consolidation through Pure Storage Service Assurance: full mixed workload performance all the time – now with zero-configuration, Always-On QoS for noisy neighbor protection.



SEEING IS BELIEVING

We've prepared a demo of our automatic, zero-knobs QoS that will bring joy to the hearts of DBAs everywhere. Watch.


For Service Protection, Compromise = Risk

Consolidation of previously siloed workloads is a critical aspect of the journey to Cloud IT. To be confident of successful consolidation, organizations want to know that their storage solution can maintain and protect performance through a variety of common operational scenarios. Without this service level protection, organizations must accept either lower levels of consolidation – increasing costs – or higher levels of disruption risk. Pure Storage delivers the necessary protection through our comprehensive Service Assurance capabilities.

High Mixed-Workload Performance

Maintain high and predictable mixed workload performance with an abundant pool of all-flash and 512B variable metadata. 

100% Performance

Say goodbye to maintenance windows and application "brownouts". Get full performance all the time through upgrades, maintenance, and even failure.

Always-On QoS

Effortlessly protect against noisy neighbors – applications which may temporarily consume excessive storage resources, negatively affecting overall performance. No knobs required.


QoS WITH NOTHING TO CONFIGURE? YEP

Pure Storage QoS requires no configuration. Like the rest of the FlashArray, it's self-managing and plug-n-play. Built-in, Always-On QoS will efficiently control noisy neighbors, allowing any application to burst up to the maximum utilization of performance resources configured on the array. The result? You're assured of full performance for all your workloads.

SERVICE PROTECTION IS COMPLICATED, UNLESS YOU BUILD IT TO BE SIMPLE

Among our competitors, service protection is limited by a number of factors. On the hardware side, the performance of disk-based arrays is fundamentally constrained by IOPS per disk, and while other vendors' AFAs offer adequate nominal performance, their fixed metadata means they have a linear performance drop-off as mixed workloads are running, or when the arrays reach capacity. On the software side, QoS – when available – has often been complex enough to require a PhD to regularly configure all the knobs. With Pure Storage, all these issues disappear. Simple.

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