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IBM XIV Storage System Model R3 2812-114 (2812-114)

IBM XIV Storage System Model R3 2812-114 (2812-114)
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  • The IBM 2812 XIV Storage System Gen3 Model 114 for machine types 2810 and 2812 is an innovative, high-end, open disk system designed to help reduce costs, simplify management and speed access to important data. IBM XIV Storage System Model 114 for machine types 2810 and 2812 is now offering the 3 Terabyte (TB) Serial-Attached SCSI (SAS) hard disk drives populated in the XIV interface and data modules.
  • IBM XIV Storage System Gen3 with software release 11.1 now includes support for optional IBM XIV SSD Caching. This new feature is designed to provide a performance boost for Gen3 systems with more cache capacity than existing DIMM RAM and the ability to serve up to 3x the performance for OLTP workloads. With SSD caching, Gen3 with software release 11.1 further strengthens its ability to provide consistent high performance and enterprise functionality, along with low total cost of ownership (TCO) and ease of use. The enhancements in this release is intended to enable:
  • Obtain random read hit ratio and IOPS performance
  • Benefit from the combination of SSD technology and unique XIV caching implementation
  • A virtualized grid-based array of storage devices
  • Up to 180 2 TB Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) hard disk drives
  • Up to 161 TB of useable capacity in a single frame
  • Up to 24 ports of 8Gb Fibre Channel host connectivity
  • Up to 22 ports of 1Gb iSCSI host connectivity
  • Up to 360 GB of cache
  • High-performance InfiniBand interconnectivity
  • Multi-core processors
  • Advanced software functions:
  • Synchronous and asynchronous remote mirroring
  • Thin provisioning
  • Data migration
  • Quality of Service controls
  • LDAP authentication support
  • VMware VAAI support
  • Differential, writeable snapshot technology
  • One and three-year warranty models
  • SSD caching increases the effective amount of read cache available to the system, with an emphasis on a read-cache for random I/O.
  • Designated SSD drives on each module is intended to be up to 0.4 TB, providing increased performance with higher cache hits compared to disk drives.