Product : Datrium, DVX [HCI]/, x86
Feature : Protection Capacity Overhead, Reads/Writes, Data Availability
Content Owner:  Herman Rutten
Erasure Coding (N+2): 25%
Compute Nodes perform full network stripe writes to a set of Data Nodes with each Data Node maintaining its own local drives. Datrium DVX uses a wide erasure-coded stripe of (8D+2P) to increase write throughput and to lower the extra space overhead for encoding. Layout maps are maintained to map stripes to Data Nodes and disks. DVX uses declustered RAID layouts: data, parity and spare space are spread out across all disks of Data Nodes.
Login to access your personal profile

Forgot your Password?
Signup with linkedin

Registered, but not activated? click here (resend activation link)

Login to access your personal profile

Receive new comparison alerts

Show me as community member

I agree to your Terms of services