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SupremeRAID™ BeeGFS™ Performance with GIGABYTE Servers

This white paper explores how SupremeRAID™ with GIGABYTE S183-SH0 creates an extremely dense and efficient parallel filesystem solution and enhances the performance of BeeGFS—making it ideal for High-Performance Computing and Artificial Intelligence applications.

Executive Summary

SupremeRAID™ by Graid Technology uses GPU-based acceleration to deliver extremely high RAID performance. Using SupremeRAID™ avoids the inherent performance limitations in other RAID products, including ASIC-based hardware RAID and CPU-based software RAID.

This paper explores how SupremeRAID™ enhances the performance of BeeGFS, a parallel file system, developed and optimized for high-performance computing (HPC). Performance measurements occurred using StorageBench and IOzone. StorageBench is a BeeGFS benchmark that measures the streaming throughput of the underlying file system and devices independent of the network performance. IOzone tests a wide range of IO operations to simulate real-world workloads and is designed to find performance bottlenecks in the overall system.

Testing occurred using GIGABYTE servers operating as two storage nodes and four client nodes. Findings show exceptional storage and BeeGFS performance, as summarized in the following pages, demonstrating that choosing SupremeRAID™ for data protection is a highly effective way to maximize performance. […]

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