While computational storage (CS) is currently in the ‘trough of disillusionment,’ that doesn’t mean the technology is doomed. Learn the benefits of CS and what’s keeping it from taking off.
ScaleFlux is the pioneer in deploying Computational Storage at scale. Computational Storage is the foundation for modern, data-driven infrastructure that enables responsive performance, affordable scaling, and agile platforms for compute and storage I/O intensive applications. Founded in 2014, ScaleFlux is a well-funded startup with leaders proven to deploy complex computing and solid-state storage solutions in volume.
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StorageReview has a podcast with ScaleFlux about Computational Storage. I’m actually impressed with some of the key questions they ask about scale, pitfalls, and where the computation actually occur.
‘Composable’ and ‘computational’ are often said in the same breath, but how exactly are they related — or not? While there are differences, a combination could serve enterprises.
The Hammerhead Consortium leveraged its Ampere Computing-powered cluster in its latest test iteration showcasing a ScyllaDB environment in an all-Arm cluster. The results will be made available in a joint session between Ampere Computing and ScaleFlux at the upcoming ScyllaDB Summit 2023.
Most of us can’t imagine computers before SSDs. SSDs, without a doubt, stand for the best of innovation in storage in the recent years. In one fell swoop, they changed the storage game everywhere, from consumer electronics to datacenters. But as innovation marches on, the…
Solutions Review’s Expert Insights Series is a collection of contributed articles written by industry experts in enterprise software categories. In this feature, ScaleFlux VP of Product Management JB Baker offers his most noteworthy enterprise storage trends to be aware of this year.
ScaleFlux uniquely focuses on computational storage at scale. Its new Computational Storage Device (CSD) 3000 is a Gen4 SSD with integrated data compression and decompression engines, which the company says can quadruple capacity and double performance. We’ll be putting those claims to the test.
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