OceanStor 9000, an unstructured data sharing resource pool for big data applications, features fully-symmetric distributed architecture, a three-in-one storage, analysis, and archiving functionality, as well as high scalability (288 nodes/storage system and 40 PB/file system). The release of the SPEC results marks the fourth time and third consecutive year for
"We are very proud of the performance of OceanStor 9000 in the SPEC performance test," said Mr.
To date, OceanStor 9000 has gained recognition from customers around the world and has been successfully deployed in a number of mission-critical scenarios, including energy exploration, satellite surveying and mapping, financial data archiving, and metropolitan video surveillance.
"The age of big data requires us to extract valuable information from massive amount of data, making fast data access and secure data storage key factors of such process," said Mr.
With high scalability, nodes can be added to OceanStor 9000, increasing system capacity and performance in a balanced manner. Test results of the 10-node, 20-node and 40-node OceanStor 9000 storage systems were also released by SPEC, demonstrating the system's scalability and improvement in linear performance.
For details of the official SPEC benchmark test results, please visit: http://www.spec.org/sfs2008/results/sfs2008nfs.html
For more information about the Huawei OceanStor 9000 big data storage system, please visit: http://enterprise.huawei.com/en/products/itapp/storage/fc-switch/hw-310965.htm
For more information, please visit: http://www.spec.org.
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