Blog Header

Atempo News

Atempo Miria fully supports Lustre distributed storage to manage large data volumes

ban-blog-isc-23-06-2020

Paris, 24 June 2020 - Atempo, European leader for professional data protection solutions and an active member of Teratec, has today announced the immediate availability of its Miria solution with full support for Lustre distributed file systems, which are principally used in the sectors of High Performance Computing and Big Data.

Today’s digital transformation associated with Machine Learning workflows is generating exponential amounts of data. In all areas of research, such as meteorology, simulations, energy, life sciences, autonomous cars… data is petabyte or even exabyte-scale and typically stored in distributed file systems such as Lustre.

To provide solutions for such specific needs for large customers and strategic partners on major European or global projects (for example: ExCALIBUR in the UK) where data storage and compute requirements are massive, Atempo has added new features to efficiently support Lustre file systems. This includes:

  • Fastscan module that enables the constant collect of created or modified files
  • Intelligent detection of deleted files
  • An ‘incremental forever’ backup mode
  • The capacity to restart volumes from backups (DRP)
  • Reliable recovery via Atempo’s Time Navigation functionality

Rising to the data explosion challengE

Launched in 2019 and already labelled ‘As used by French Armed Forces’ and ‘France Cybersecurity’, Miria is a dedicated software solution for moving, migrating, protecting and archiving large volumes of unstructured data. Miria’s compatibility with Lustre file systems makes it one of the rare solutions able to answer the specific needs of the HPC sector - guaranteeing high performance, security, availability and rapid data access.

We are constantly looking for ways to respond to the challenges faced by our customer and partner ecosystems who must solve complex storage questions in a globalized and highly competitive world. Supercomputers have singular performance requirements with data flows often exceeding 100 GB/sec and volumes in excess of 5 petabytes and Miria is now the solution for such environments”, Luc d’Urso, Atempo CEO.

 

Topics: Company News, HPC, Press Releases, Miria, allevents, lustre


Leave a comment