Deployment Models Overview
The Pliops Extreme Data Processor (XDP) is easy to deploy in your preferred system. With its low-profile PCIe card design, XDP fits in any standard server and works with direct-attached or disaggregated SSDs. For maximum flexibility, the processor does not connect directly to your SSDs, and requires no system backplane support, cabling, or other special hardware. Easy. And the performance is off the charts.
For block I/Os, Pliops XDP delivers massive performance and handles random writes with ease. With databases like MySQL, MongoDB, and Cassandra, XDP delivers major increases in instance density while reducing latency, so you can push the system to the max and still deliver a great user experience.
Pliops XDP is accessible via a standard block interface, meaning it will accelerate any application. To cut through decades of legacy software, XDP offers a direct key-value interface that uses the same APIs as your software. It’s an easy way to maximize application performance, and you don’t have to recreate the stack. Your existing SSDs, drivers, and security will still work seamlessly.
With XDP, you’ll have ultimate flexibility in how the card can be deployed, including direct-attached storage in standard servers, storage servers, and with single or multiple NVMe-oF Just a Bunch of Flash (JBOF) platforms for disaggregated scaleout storage.