• MASSIVELY SCALE WITH RESILIENCE

    Dell EMC VxFlex Ready Nodes provide massive scalability with no-compromise resilience in a validated building block that’s quick and easy to deploy.

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  • Built for modern storage demands

    Dell EMC VxFlex Ready Nodes bring together next-generation, rack-optimized Dell EMC PowerEdge Servers with Dell EMC VxFlex OS software in a reliable, quick and easy-to-deploy building block that’s ideal for server SAN, heterogenous virtualized environments and high-performance databases. You can choose to configure VxFlex Ready Nodes with more compute and memory power, transforming your solution into a hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) with massive storage capacity. Best of all, you can mix and match configuration types in the same cluster.

  • Handle up to

    1.8X

    more database orders per minute 1

  • Run the business

    87%

    faster with Ready Nodes 2

  • Achieve up to

    50%

    lower cost compared to traditional SAN 3

  • Use cases for VxFlex Ready Nodes

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      High performance databases

      For high performance databases, the ability to satisfy various sets of business requirements and service level agreements on the same infrastructure without impacting any other workloads is key to a successful deployment. Dell EMC VxFlex Ready Nodes offer a way to consolidate and optimize traditional applications and database infrastructures, handling the independent needs of each application.

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      Heterogeneous or bare metal hypervisor environments

      SAN-driven storage comes with numerous limitations in a virtual environment. Dell EMC VxFlex Ready Nodes optimize traditional virtualized infrastructures by providing highly scalable server-based storage for heterogeneous platforms, including support for multiple hypervisors, operating systems, and bare metal configurations.

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      Server SAN or 2-layer storage architecture

      Dell EMC VxFlex Ready Nodes abstract the direct-attached storage of Dell EMC PowerEdge servers into a pool of shared block storage. By converging the storage and compute on the same physical servers, this single and/or two-layer architecture helps to simplify management and optimize storage efficiency as the infrastructure grows from four to thousands of nodes.

  • Learn more about how Dell EMC hyper-converged solutions can modernize and transform your business

  • 1,2 Principled Technologies report commissioned by Dell EMC, “Support more database users while minimizing datacenter sprawl,’ August 2017, comparing Dell EMC software-defined storage solution with 8-node configurations to a similarly configured flash storage-based HPE solution of DL360s server nodes and 3PAR 8450 storage using the DVD Store 2 database workload benchmark test. Actual performance will vary based on configuration, usage and manufacturing variability.
    3 IDC paper sponsored by Dell EMC “Business Value of VxRack”, June 2016.