DSS provides exclusive storage resources to ensure high disk read and write rates, data security, and compliance.
DSS supports disk sharing, disk encryption, disk backup, and snapshots, perfect for enterprises ranging across industries.
By flexibly interconnecting with various computing services, such as ECS, BMS, and DeC, DSS is perfect for different scenarios, including HPC, OLAP, and hybrid loads.
With distributed storage architecture and smooth expansion capabilities, DSS provides high-throughput and high-concurrency storage, all with improved performance.
DSS can interconnect the ECS and BMS services in a DeC, meeting requirements of high performance, stability, data security, and regulatory compliance.
By interconnecting services in dedicated clouds, resources are released and performance is improved.
Dedicated distributed storage and computing resources mean your data is safe and secure, and ready at any moment.
DSS can interconnect with computing services such as ECS and BMS in a non-dedicated cloud to meet requirements of deploying applications on non-dedicated servers.
DSS ensures your resources are always available when you need them.
DSS can flexibly interconnect with non-dedicated computing services.
DSS is designed for scenarios with high concurrency and high throughput and supports hybrid deployment of HPC, databases, email, OA office, and web applications.
With high IOPS and high throughput, DSS effortlessly meet requirements in hybrid load scenarios.
Storage resources can be expanded smoothly as services grow.
DSS provides you with ultra-high I/O storage to meet the requirements of large-scale concurrent computing, perfect for scenarios such as automobile simulation, DNA sequencing, and machine learning.
DSS provides dedicated high-throughput capabilities for high-performance computing applications.
DSS supports physical storage resource isolation and data encryption for enhanced custody over your data and heightened security.
DSS supports applications deployed in cluster mode, such as Oracle, RAC, DB2, and SAP HANA. You can use different types of dedicated storage to meet different application requirements.
DSS provides dedicated high-throughput capabilities for OLAP applications.
DSS disks can be attached to multiple servers, and SCSI-3 reservation is supported to ensure node performance for your database applications.
High I/O and ultra-high I/O dedicated distributed storage are provided to meet different service requirements.
Suitable for scenarios that require high performance, high read/write speed, and real-time data storage.
Suitable for intensive read/write scenarios that require extremely high performance and read/write speed, and low latency.
Linear performance scaling can be achieved after expansion.
On-demand capacity improves resource utilization.
Linear performance scaling can be achieved with capacity expansion.
Distributed storage and encryption ensure reliability and protection of data.
Distributed storage with multiple data replicas ensures 99.99999% availability.
System disks and data disks support data encryption with zero application awareness.
Backups are supported, preventing incorrect data caused by application exceptions or hacker attacks.
DSS disks support point-in-time backups, ensuring data security and correctness and service continuity.
Servers can be backed up.
DSS supports real-time monitoring of health and running status of disks through Cloud Eye.
The read/write speeds and throughput of DSS disks can be monitored in real time.
DSS supports user-defined alarm rules and automatic reminders.
High I/O Dedicated Distributed Storage
For scenarios requiring high performance and high reliability
- Data durability 99.99999%
- IOPS/TB 1500
- Min. capacity 16 TB
- Increments 16 TB
- Max. capacity 512 TB
- Hybrid load
Ultra-high I/O Dedicated Distributed Storage
For scenarios requiring ultra-high I/O, large throughput, and intensive read/write workload
- Data durability 99.99999%
- IOPS/TB 8000
- Min. capacity 8.5 TB
- Increments 8.5 TB
- Max. capacity 340 TB
- OLAP applications