phoenixNAP, LLC collaborated with MemVerge, Inc., in memory computing and memory cloud technology.
The 2 companies are working together to enable simplified deployments of MemVerge Memory Machine on phoenixNAP’s Bare Metal Cloud and provide an infrastructure solution for big memory workloads.
With big data volumes growing, the demand for memory-optimized compute is accelerating. Organizations are increasingly facing a challenge of deploying efficient memory resources to support real time analytics and long running data. DRAM scaling requires significant investments, while server configurations are often limited in their capacity to support such deployments.
Memory Machine offers an alternative way to deploying and leveraging memory technology. With a single Memory Machine virtualization layer, organizations can power their application with persistent memory that provides DRAM-like capabilities and performance at an affordable price point. In addition, the software takes application snapshots in DRAM and persistent memory, enabling higher availability and mobility.
Deployed on Bare Metal Cloud platform, Memory Machine will provide an infrastructure solution for big memory data processing. Bare Metal Cloud leverages powerful hardware to provide configurations for big memory data processing, ensuring consistent performance with cloud-like flexibility. As an automation-driven platform, it can be deployed in minutes and managed using its API, CLI, and infrastructure as code integrations.
“Through our collaboration with MemVerge, we will be able to address an emerging need for memory-optimized server solutions,” said Ian McClarty, president, phoenixNAP. “MemVerge Memory Machine is taking an innovative approach to memory technology, providing a simplified solution to efficient memory capacity scaling and management. Coupled with performance capabilities of our Bare Metal Cloud, their software provides optimized compute for Big Memory workloads. Organizations handling data-hungry applications that need to be processed and analyzed fast can leverage this platform to streamline their projects and applications, while simplifying infrastructure management tasks.“
“Hardware limitations are a common challenge for advanced memory deployments, and this is the issue that phoenixNAP’s Bare Metal Cloud successfully addresses,” said Jonathan Jiang, COO, MemVerge. “It offers dozens of configurations that provide a robust foundation for MemVerge Memory Machine implementations to process ‘big and fast’ data. We are excited to work with phoenixNAP and leverage Bare Metal Cloud to demonstrate the potential of our memory virtualization technology, as well as to address the emerging use cases for Big Memory optimization.“
By providing direct access to CPU and RAM resources, Bare Metal Cloud helps organizations ensure consistent performance even for demanding workloads and applications. At the same time, the platform’s DevOps integrations, flexible billing models, and integration features ensure simplified server provisioning, scaling, and management. Automation-focused organizations can leverage it to streamline their CI/CD pipelines, access burst resources easily, and support global deployments.
Bare Metal Cloud comes with 15TB of free bandwidth (5TB in Singapore) and flexible bandwidth packages for more advanced needs. The platform also provides easy access to S3-compatible object storage, phoenixNAP’s global DDoS-protected network, and strategic global locations.
Bare Metal Cloud Features:
- 100% dedicated resources
- No “noisy neighbors”
- 15TB free bandwidth included (5TB in Singapore)
- 20+ server instance types
- Up to 50Gb/s network capacity
- 20Gb/s DDoS protection
- Private networking options
- Easy-to-use API and CLI tools
- Certified Infrastructure as Code modules (Terraform, Ansible, Pulumi)
- Pay-per-use billing, monthly and yearly reservation options
- Global infrastructure footprint with low latency network access
For customized options, view its dedicated server configurations.