Multiple BMS flavors are available, and shared EVS disks can be attached automatically to provide the performance and security required by core databases.
An EVS disk can be attached to multiple BMSs, enabling cluster-based application deployment.
A BMS can have multiple EVS disks attached, each as large as 32 TB. EVS disk capacity can be expanded as needed and you only pay for what you use.
Three-copy backup ensures high data durability.
BMSs with the latest Intel CPUs coupled with a 100 Gbit/s IB network provide low latency and high performance for high throughput HPC scenarios.
The 100 Gbit/s IB network supports automatic configuration and ensures secure isolation, with a latency of less than 2 μs.
The latest Intel CPUs ensure optimal performance.
OpenStack APIs make expansion simple.
BMSs can be equipped with 128 GB of memory and 32 TB local disks in addition to EVS disks for scenarios involving large data volumes, fast data exchange, and elastic scaling.
Using dedicated local disks for big data analysis provides better BMS performance.
BMS provides high-speed connectivity between data nodes, with no loss in performance due to virtualization.
BMSs can be provisioned in five minutes, and full lifecycle management is available.