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Kaminario K2 – Product Brief

Last updated December 28th, 2018 for annual review and updates. Concise and unbiased 4-page overview of the features and functionality of Kaminario K2. Product Brief includes EvaluScale Reviewing Methodology. Download the free Product Brief now!

Overview

The Kaminario K2 all solid state technology storage systems are designed for solid state, having evolved from modules supporting DRAM to the current  K2.N system with NVMe and the still available K2 Gen6 with use of SAS SSDs.  Kaminario supplies the software and a specific hardware configuration prescription to TechData who sources the hardware and builds and delivers the systems to customers.

The K2 systems use a 1U x86 server with the 960GB, 1.92TB, 3.84TB, or 7.68TB SSDs.  The Kaminario system is designed as all solid state and uses a scale out architecture based on clustering of nodes.  The K2 model combines the functionality to distribute data, load balance, and perform parallel I/O with the ability to store information and protect data. Advanced features of snapshots and asynchronous periodic replication of snapshots are included in the base system.  The K2 is a high availability system with dual controllers per node (called a K-Block for Gen6 and c.Node for K2.N by Kaminario) and a clustered architecture with redundancy of elements and RAID protection across the data.

Kaminario K2  Product Brief Includes:

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EvaluScale Product Review Methodology
Evaluator Group Commentary

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