Enterprise Flash Array Storage Solutions

Best Enterprise Flash Array Storage Solutions include:

Pure Storage FlashArray.

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Enterprise Flash Array Storage Solutions Overview

What is Enterprise Flash Array Storage Software?

Enterprise flash array storage software, also known as a solid-state storage disk system, uses only flash media for persistent storage. Flash memory is an alternative to the traditional spinning hard disk drives that were the core technology of older networked storage systems. Flash storage is much faster than traditional disk storage, and it uses less power. It also takes up less physical space, is less prone to mechanical failure and is significantly quieter.

Enterprise Flash Array Storage Software Features & Capabilities

  • Data compression and deduplication

  • Disaster recovery

  • Management console

  • AI-driven management

  • REST APIs for cloud orchestration

  • Support for security standards

  • Elastic concurrency

  • High capacity

  • High performance

Flash Array Software Services

Flash array products include native software services that allow users to manage and protect data directly on the array hardware. There are a variety of available algorithms for data management such as:

  • compression and deduplication

  • snapshotting

  • replication

  • thin provisioning

Pricing Information

Flash array storage pricing has been falling in recent years. It is now nearing parity with hard disk drives. The traditional way to compare storage pricing is $/KB, or the cost of storing a single GB of data. However, real cost for the enterprise is much higher due to variability in platform hardware and software costs. This is still a useful place to begin as it provides a basic comparison metric. However, keep in mind that this is just a starting point, and that there is a range of available features that can greatly affect the overall price.

Enterprise Flash Array Storage Products

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Pure Storage FlashArray
323 ratings
199 reviews
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Pure Storage in Mountain View, California offers all-flash array data storage promising affordability, high availability, and consistent performance.
HPE Nimble Storage
48 ratings
22 reviews
Nimble Storage was acquired by HPE in 2017. The enterprise flash array product line now goes by the name HPE Nimble Storage.
IBM Storwize (now part of FlashSystems)
21 ratings
14 reviews
IBM Storwize is a family of recognized all-flash and hybrid storage solutions designed to support the virtualization needs and application workloads of mid-sized enterprises.
IBM FlashSystem
39 ratings
11 reviews
IBM's FlashSystem is a flash array storage option.
HPE 3PAR StoreServ Storage
19 ratings
8 reviews
HPE 3PAR StoreServ is a flash storage option, from Hewlett-Packard Enterprise.
Dell EMC Unity
16 ratings
7 reviews
Unity from Dell EMC is a family of all-flash and hybrid flash storage platforms emphasizing value and cost efficiency.
Dell EMC SC Series (Compellent)
27 ratings
5 reviews
Since it's acquisition in 2011 Compellent became a Dell product line of storage solutions (e.g. Dell Compellent Storage Center). Compellent products have been folded into the Dell EMC SC Series of enterprise flash and SAN storage devices.
NetApp SolidFire
7 ratings
4 reviews
NetApp SolidFire is all-flash storage.
EMC VNX (Discontinued)
22 ratings
3 reviews
The former EMC VNX series is EOL. The vendor invites users to instead try Dell EMC's Unity series family of midrange storage appliances.
XtremIO Flash Storage
6 ratings
3 reviews
XtremIO is flash storage from EMC.
IBM FlashSystem 7200 (formerly Storwize V7000)
2 ratings
2 reviews
IBM's FlashSystem 7200 is a storage appliance.
Tintri
7 ratings
2 reviews
Tintri in Mountain View, California offers flash array storage.
NetApp AFF A-Series All Flash Arrays
15 ratings
2 reviews
NetApp AFF A-Series All Flash Arrays are the company's flagship flash storage solutions.
Reduxio
2 ratings
2 reviews
Reduxio in San Bruno, California offers flash array storage.
Huawei OceanStor
1 ratings
1 reviews
Huawei offers OceanStor Dorado, an all-flash storage system boasting a wide range of applications and versatility to meet the needs SMBs, larger enterprises, or vertical industry applications.
Kaminario K2
1 ratings
1 reviews
K2 is flash array storage from Kaminario in Newton, Massachusetts.
Western Digital IntelliFlash (Tegile)
4 ratings
1 reviews
Western Digital offers the IntelliFlash flash array storage option based on technology acquired with Tegile, now owned and supported by Western Digital since August 2017.
Dell EMC VMAX All Flash Storage
8 ratings
1 reviews
Dell EMC VMAX All Flash is the latest iteration in the former Symmetrix series of enterprise flash array storage, available in the Dell EMC VMAX 250F edition, or the Dell EMC VMAX 950F edition.
DDN SFA NVMe Storage
DDN Storage Fusion Architecture (SFA) appliances, available in the SFA200NV and SFA400NV editions, provide a scalable flash storage solution.
DDN IME All-Flash Cache
DataDirect Networks (DDN) offers their Infinite Memory Engine (IME) offered in the IME140 and IME240 appliances or via an IME software only edition, DDN IME Flash-Native Cache.
Hitachi Unified Storage VM
Hitachi offers flash array storage, Unified Storage VM.
Nimbus Data Gemini All Flash Arrays
Nimbus Data in San Francisco offers Gemini All Flash Arrays storage.
Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform G Series
The Hitachi Vantara Virtual Storage Platform (VSP) G Series is the company's hybrid-flash offering.
SanDisk InfiniFlash
SanDisk's InfiniFlash is a flash array storage option now owned and supported by Western Digital since the 2016 acquisition.
Violin Memory
Violin Memory in Santa Clara, CA offers a flash storage platform emphasizing cost-efficient storage that yet still supports applications at high performance.