Hardware: Self-encrypting drives (SEDs) in 3rd party Compute Nodes
Software: Datrium Blanket Encryption
Hardware: Datrium does not provide Self-encrypting drives (SEDs) in native CN2100 Compute Nodes. However, Datrium does support SEDs in 3rd party Compute Nodes.
Software: Datrium DVX Blanket Encryption is used for end-to-end data encryption, encompassing both in-transit and at-rest encryption. Blanket Encryption provides a FIPS 140-2 validated mode.
Datrium DVX Blanket Encryption provides comprehensive encryption over the lifecycle of VM data, from its genesis on a host, through in-use storage on host flash, across networks, and persisted at rest. It manages this while simultaneously supporting two additional challenges:
- Supporting global deduplication and compression across the DVX system.
- Being software-only, so not requiring self encrypting drives or other hardware, thus further enabling DVX users to take advantage of emerging host flash technologies without sacrificing important data management features.