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Fujitsu ETERNUS DX200 S3 – Product Analysis

Last updated July 16th, 2018 for addition of Eternus Storage Manager. Unbiased 32-page deep dive of the features and functionality of Fujitsu ETERNUS DX200 S3.

The ETERNUS DX200 S3 and the ETERNUS DX100 S3 are the entry-level series of the Fujitsu ETERNUS family of storage systems designed for SMB and distributed environments requiring high reliability, availability and serviceability features. The DX200F is an all flash array version of the DX200. The entry level DX systems share features with Fujitsu’s mid-range DX500/DX600 and high-end DX8700/DX8900 lineup. Common elements include drive trays, web browser based management GUI and support for replication between systems.

Products and vendors that compete with the DX200 S3 include the EMC VNX, Hitachi Data Systems G200, Hewlett Packard’s (HP) MSA, and NetApp’s FAS 2000 series. Competitors to the DX200F include HP StoreServ 7200 all flash system, EMC VNX F5000, Pure Storage, and NetApp FAS all flash systems.

The ETERNUS DX200 S3 is an entry-level model of the Fujitsu ETERNUS family of storage systems that is designed for SMB and distributed environments requiring high reliability, availability and serviceability features. The DX200F is an all flash array based on the DX200 but with only a single enclosure for the controllers and 24 SSDs. The entry level ETERNUS DX systems utilize a 2U enclosure for the base unit and support for additional expansion enclosures. The system enclosure houses one or two controllers, and includes slots for either twenty-four 2.5”, twelve – 3.5”, or 60 devices in a high-density enclosure.

Fujitsu ETERNUS DX200 S3 Product Analysis includes:

  • Highlights
  • Overview
  • Hardware architecture
  • Software architecture
  • RAS Features
  • Performance
  • Evaluator Group Comments
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