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FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS CD10000 Reference Architecture

ETERNUS CD10000 is a hyperscale, software-defined storage reference architecture designed to manage vast amounts of data. A configuration can start small and grow in line with the business. The architecture is based on the Ceph enterprise open source platform and allows individual storage nodes to be added, exchanged and upgraded without downtime.

Features & Benefits

Features Benefits
Open standards at enterprise-class service levels

    • Enhanced with software optimizations, extended automation and simple management.
    • Seamless management for Ceph and the entire system hardware
    • Optional storage software support from our partners RedHat or SUSE
    Unlimited scalability of capacity and performance

      • Scalability on demand reduces investment in unused capacity
      • Standard storage nodes balance speed, costs and space
      • Constant high performance for maintaining service levels
      • Supporting all data formats enables high consolidation results
      Zero downtime architecture

        • Uninterrupted operations ensure access to data at any time
        • Minimum tuning required – always the right service level
        • No downtime for maintenance tasks or system enhancements
        Immortal system

          • Three times extended lifecycle compared to conventional systems
          • Stable and consistent service levels
          • Dramatic migration cost savings

          Technical details

          TypeHyper-scale, software-defined storage (SDS)
          Software versionOpensource software: Ceph Enterprise
          Host connectivity optionsBlock, File and Object
          Max. no. of storage nodesUpgradeable up to 500 nodes (Higher numbers of nodes on special request)
          Storage node typesVarious Storage Nodes and Infrastructure component options
          Application interfacesCeph storage interfaces (Object, S3, Block, File), OpenStack interfaces (Swift, Cinder, Glance)

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