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How 3PAR Architecture Scalability Works

 

Smallest of SMB to the Largest of Enterprises

Simak Nazari, from HP 3PAR provides an overview of unique architecture for HP 3PAR storage that allows exceptional storage scalability for  HP Customers equaled by no other competitor. the 3PAR StoreServ family is the only product set in the industry to span midrange, high-end, and all flash systems.

Simak led the efforts at 3PAR developing the storage architecture, and faced significant challenges. In addition to changes in component parts that were resulting in incredible advancements in both rotating media and solid state drives, 3PAR engineers also had to cope with. For example, smaller systems have much fewer resources in CPU and memory than multi-CPU enterprise systems, as well as differing CPU management schemes.

Many of HP competitors offer ranges of performance in latency and IOPS – requiring a reset to move to a more complex system. HP 3PAR capabilities are explained further at http://hp.com/storage .

 

 On-Site Interview at HP Discover 2013 Barcelona by Andy McCaskey, SDRNews

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HP/3PAR Chief Software Architect

Siamak Nazari joined HP through the acquisition of 3PAR in September 2010. He is an HP Fellow and currently serves as chief software architect within the HP Storage Division.

 

Previously, Siamak was a principal engineer for 3PAR for over a decade. In this role, Nazari has been responsible for developing many of the company’s high availability protocols and non-disruptive software upgrades to ensure 3PAR customers uninterrupted access to their stored data.

 

Siamak has over 20 years of experience working on distributed and highly available systems, including more than seven years as a senior member of the technical staff at Sun Microsystems, where he worked on the Sun Cluster 3.0 project. Prior to Sun, he was a member of the engineering staff at Locus Computing Corporation. Siamak holds a degree in physics from the University of California at Irvine.