Scale Up

  • What is it?
    To scale vertically is to scale up or down, and is defined as to add more resources, such as CPUs, memories, or GPUs, to nodes in a system. Such vertical scaling of existing systems also enables virtualization technology to be more effective, as it provides more resources for the hosted set of operating system and application modules to share.

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    VirtualStor Scaler Turnkey Storage Package

    GIGABYTE has joined forces with Bigtera to offer a high performance software defined storage package: VirtualStor™ Scaler, utilizing a scale-out architecture to eliminate over-provisioning. GIGABYTE servers have been fully validated and tested with VirtualStor™ Scaler to offer a complete hardware / software turnkey storage solution that is ready for fast and easy deployment into your data center.

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