Pure Storage, a storage tech solution provider, has announced the introduction of its Unified Block and File Storage feature. The feature is designed to offer customers access to both native block data and file services from a single global pool of storage resources on the company’s all-Flash storage platform, FlashArray.
Traditionally, storage solutions have been designed either for block or file use cases, with the industry later transitioning to using multi-protocol solutions. However, these multiprotocol block and file storage solutions can increase in complexity as scale increases.
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Pure Storage’s unified storage solution is designed from the ground up to cater to both block and file storage, eliminating the need for pre-planning storage growth and reducing administration time. Additionally, the solution enables administrators to natively manage VM on FlashArray, including VM-level statistics, snapshots, quotas and policies.