As part of a Windows Server-based storage solution, the DataON DNS family of JBODs helps to reduce complexity and cost from deploying a traditional SAN solution. Using a virtualized environment provides greater flexibility and scalability as your backup storage needs grow.
Tailored to withstand storage capacity demands in the software-defined data center, the DataON DNS series provides high storage density while delivering outstanding low dollar-per-GB costs for cold, warm and even hot storage workloads. They also leverage high-efficiency power to maximize performance-per-watt savings to reduce total cost of ownership (TCO).
The DataON DNS series supports 24 to 60 drive bays in a 2U or 4U chassis. Each are quipped with redundant hot swap drive bays and power and cooling modules. It also has dual I/O controllers for redundant and maximum availability, supporting up to 4800 MB/sec bandwidth per connector. Mix and match nearline storage, 10K RPM HDDs, and SSDs within the same enclosure.
DataON DNS JBODs are the foundational building blocks for Microsoft Windows Server 2019 storage solutions. They can be used either as a standalone direct attach JBOD or a storage expansion in conjunction with server nodes managed by a RAID controller.
Used in conjunction with DataON S2D server nodes, DataON DNS JBODs are part of a validated scale-out storage solution for Azure Stack HCI.