DataON has partnered with Microsoft, Intel and MSI
To Create a 2-node HCI with Storage Spaces Direct for Remote/Branch Office, Edge Computing, Internet of Things Environments
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Kepler-47

Hyper-Converged Infrastructure
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For Smaller Deployments
Highly-available environment and low-cost option for remote office/ branch office, edge computing, and IoT environments.
Low-Cost, High-Speed Networking
Leverages Intel Thunderbolt technology to eliminate the need for costly network adapters and switches. Provides up to 40Gbps throughput.
Simple 2-node Hyper-Converged Infrastructure
Provides high availability and storage for enterprise applications with over 10TB usable capacity in mirror configuration.
Small Form Factor
Saves space with a footprint more than 50% smaller than a standard 2U rack server.
“Project Kepler-47 was a proof-of-concept that was born during our development of Storage Spaces Direct. We had a high-performing, resource-efficient and budget-friendly product in Storage Spaces Direct and we wanted to see if it was possible to create a low-cost appliance that could run Storage Spaces Direct to meet the needs of small and ROBO deployments.”
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Claus Joergensen
Principal Program Manager for Storage Spaces Direct, Microsoft
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MUST Datasheet
DataON MUST

Infrastructure Visibility and Management Tool

DataON S2D-3000 solutions are integrated with DataON MUST, providing SAN-like storage monitoring features for customers deploying Windows Server 216 Software-Defined Solutions.

Dashboard Level Metrics
MUST delivers SAN-like storage monitoring features through a single pane of glass, providing real-time dashboard level metrics for IOPS, latency, throughput on cluster nodes and volumes.
Fully Integrated with SM-API
MUST utilizes the Windows Storage Health Service API built into Windows Server 2016 to monitor Storage Spaces Direct.
Pre-Configured
All DataON WSSD solutions are pre-configured with MUST at no extra charge.
System Alerts
With system alerts based on Windows Health Service faults and SAN-like call home services, systems administrators will be automatically notified of hardware failures, configuration issues and resource saturation.
Single Pane of Glass
MUST provides advanced cluster monitoring, performance metrics, system health statistics, and automated system alerts.