Pernixdata - Solving the I/O Bottleneck

As some of you already know Pernixdata came out of stealth yesterday. I have been eagerly waiting for this time to share how I think Poojan Kumar (CEO) & Satyam Vaghani (CTO) and their great team plan to take the lead in a new market opportunity.

I have had the privilege and opportunity of testing the Flash Virtualization Platform from Pernixdata and I can honestly tell you that it works and it works well. The technology is truly revolutionary and thus plan to post several times over the coming weeks and months about this new innovation.

The best way to describe the “FVP –Flash Virtualization Platform” is to look at it from a data tier perspective instead of just a caching solution. It’s easy just to call it a caching solution, because there isn’t anything like it. Its the breadth of this new platform that masters the I/O workloads and commoditizes the use of Flash in compute. 

 

The I/O bottleneck between storage and compute has hampered the industry for sometime. This started to change when VMware released their VAAI API, but adoption was slow and expensive. Purchasing additional arrays was not the answer from a financial or technological perspective. There really needed to be a new technology to bring everything together. This is where Pernixdata comes in to play, solving the scale and performance problems that have plagued many in the industry. This is done without vendor lock in and architectural changes to the datacenter, saving organizations thousands of dollars.

To join the beta program, send an email request to beta@pernixdata.com

Congratulations Pernixdata for creating a solution for the SMB, and Enterprise market that solves a known virtualization/Cloud problem.