MetroClusters and more! ATTO solutions for NetApp®
The MetroCluster is the foundation upon which the ATTO Technology, Inc. and NetApp relationship is built. NetApp MetroClusters allow site-to-site connectivity up to 300 kilometers apart with redundant low-latency links, commonly used for providing on-site uptime for production sites to maintain schedules. ATTO storage controllers allow the ability to load balance between data centers while providing failover and failback functionality. The performance capabilities of storage controllers enable the integration of multiple shelves of flash storage for MetroCluster installations with a resilient back-end storage architecture.
ATTO will be highlighting ATTO FibreBridge® family of Fibre Channel storage controllers at NetApp Americas at the NetApp Insight Americas show held in Las Vegas, Nevada October 2-5 and will also be showcasing its portfolio of certified connectivity solutions.
Products featured at the show include:
- The FibreBridge 7500N storage controller, which integrates SAS/SATA disk storage into a Fibre Channel SAN, increases availability and scalability while allowing the use of NetApp FAS Series storage on a shared Fibre Channel network. Read more about the FibreBridge 7500N here.
- ATTO Celerity™ Fibre Channel HBAs are designed to cover the full performance spectrum from enterprise to workgroup, and server to workstation environments. The highly integrated family of adapters is engineered to optimize data transfer using a combination of exclusive features. Read more about Celerity Fibre Channel HBAs here.
- ATTO FastFrame™ NICs comprise a versatile portfolio that can be used anywhere in the datacenter infrastructure, including servers and workstations with Windows®, Linux, FreeBSD, illumos and Mac® operating systems. Read more about FastFrame NICs here.
- ATTO ExpressSAS® host and RAID adapters provide high-performance data protection for application environments that depend on direct-attached storage. Read more about ExpressSAS host and RAID adapters here.