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NetApp E2800 Hybrid-Flash Array

Veeam Ready - Repository
Alliance Partner:

NetApp

Alliance Product:

E2800 Hybrid-Flash Array

Program Category:

Veeam Ready - Repository

Category Description:

Primary backup target solutions that have been qualified as meeting or exceeding both functional and performance tests for backup and restore operations.

Article ID:

395

Veeam Product(s):
  • Veeam Backup & Replication 12
Features and Attributes:
  • Backup Target - Disk ISCSI
Publication date:

2022-05-03

Last modified date:

2023-06-06

This Veeam Ready test was performed with storage having a configuration that includes SSD/Flash.  As such, this classification only applies to similar configurations in which the same amount or more SSD drives are used.  The use of non-SSD drives may negatively impact performance.

Product Details

Model number: E2860
Storage Category: Hybrid Storage
Drive quantity, size, type: Four PX04SVB160 1.6TB SSDs with drive firmware version MS02.
Storage configuration: Four SSDs configured in RAID10 volume group with total capacity of 2.9TB.
One 2.5TB volume created on the RAID10 volume group.
Firmware version: SANtricity OS Software Version:  11.70.4R1
Connection protocol and speed: 25 GbE iSCSI
Additional support: All models and configurations of NetApp E2860 with specifications equivalent or greater than the above

General product family overview: 
Platform that contains dual E2800 controllers.  Each controller has 2 10Gbps iSCSI onboard ports and 8GB RAM.  The controllers are in a 4U60 drive enclosure that can hold up to 60 drives.

Veeam Testing Configuration

Veeam Build Number: 12.0.0.1420 P20230223

Vendor recommended configuration

Vendor Settings:

  • Networking: MTU=9000
  • Multipathing / link aggregation used: VMW_SATP_ALUA
  • Caching used: Read and write cache enabled
  • Read/write caching: For the 8GB E2800 controller read and write cache share a 4GB pool.
    Read cache is used to store data before sending it to the host and write cache is used to store the data before writing it to disks in the array.

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