Today, Hewlett Packard Enterprise introduced the latest member in its Alletra family of cloud-native data infrastructure storage servers. The HPE Alletra 4000 offers customers more flexibility in their approach to data management through secure, high-performance, server-based storage.
As part of the HPE Alletra family, the HPE Alletra 4000 is designed for modern data storage. Enterprises today need to do more than simply store data: they must also capture, organize, protect, analyze, and access their data. It’s all about extracting value. And they want to do all of that efficiently and cost effectively. That’s where the HPE Alletra family can help.
Here’s the link to the blog HPE has put together announcing the HPE Alletra 4000 and its attributes.
The Alletra 4000 expands the Alletra portfolio with served-based data infrastructure to give customers more flexibility in their approach to data management, with secure, high-performance, server-based storage. HPE Alletra 4000 systems support Enterprise and Data Center Standard Form Factor (EDSFF)* and SFF SSDs.
- The Alletra 4110 is a 1U all-NVMe data storage server featuring dual 4th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors and up to 6TB* DDR5 memory. It is designed for the most performance-demanding data-centric workloads, including data stores for machine learning, distributed and NoSQL databases, high-performance Software-Defined Storage, and data-heavy hyperconverged infrastructure
- The Alletra 4120 is a 2U hybrid NVME data storage server featuring one or two 4th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors and up to 6TB DDR5 memory. It takes on the broadest range of data-centric workloads, spanning active analytics data lakes, Software-Defined Storage, converged data protection, and deep archives.
It’s worth noting that the HPE Alletra family of products is one of the fastest ramping new product introductions in HPE’s history. I’ve also included images of the Alletra 4000.