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Pure Storage Introduces New Top End FlashArray Model, Bringing Power and Scale With Unparalleled Simplicity to the Enterprise

December 13, 2021

Pure Storage

Pure Storage Introduces New Top End FlashArray Model, Bringing Power and Scale With Unparalleled Simplicity to the Enterprise

Together, FlashArray//XL and Pure Fusion combine to provide limitless scale with the rapid deployment and flexibility of the cloud

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FlashArray/XL

 

Pure Storage®, the IT pioneer that delivers storage as-a-service in a multi-cloud world, has announced FlashArray//XL, the newest member of the FlashArray family, designed for mission-critical, platinum tier enterprise applications - from massive databases to containerized and cloud-native apps. FlashArray//XL delivers unmatched performance and scale with a nearly 80% improvement in IOPS. 

With the pace of business only increasing, application demand can shoot up in an instant and the need for new apps to be deployed requires IT to work in hours, not months. Previously, the largest enterprises had to scale their top tier applications with legacy technology that required high management complexity, high power and energy costs, and disruptive forklift upgrades. 

Now, with the new FlashArray//XL and Pure Fusion - Pure’s self-service, autonomous Storage-as-Code platform - Pure continues to add enterprise-grade scale to its promise of subscription storage that easily evolves to keep IT infrastructure agile and up-to-date. 

FlashArray//XL delivers:

Strength to run the most demanding business services: Accelerate enterprise workloads with maximum performance even as they scale to operate at increased loads, with 100% more host connectivity and two times more volume support on a single array.

Cloud-like model for deploying new apps quickly and easily: Designed to work in concert, Pure Fusion and FlashArray//XL give enterprises Storage-as-Code access to cloud scale, enabling platinum-level storage tiers and data policies with robust tools to optimize storage pools and workload placement.

Efficiency and density to consolidate applications for maximum TCO and green data center standards: Enable workload consolidation on fewer arrays to simplify operations, reduce rack space requirements, and significantly reduce power consumption and cooling costs.

Always-on data protection that’s savvy to ransomware threats: Ensure that data stored on FlashArray//XL is secure, available, and easily recoverable after disruptions, including malicious attacks.

Future-proof with Evergreen subscription: Get immediate access to ever-improving capabilities with a right-size guarantee and non-disruptive upgrades and capacity expansions as storage needs evolve.

FlashArray //XL and Pure Fusion were built to meet demand from new customers who wanted to standardize their storage environments on the simplicity of the Pure subscription model but needed new levels of scale. This demand is already seeing early validation with pre-release orders to standardize top enterprise workloads on FlashArray//XL arrays, as customers eliminate the last remnants of their legacy Dell EMC footprint.

Available now, FlashArray//XL delivers up to 5.78 PB effective capacity, as low as 150µs latency, and up to 36GB/s throughput, with industry-leading 5:1 data reduction average, 10:1 total efficiency, and proven 99.9999% availability in a 5U platform. 

 

 

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