In the next few days, specifically, from October 22 to 24, during the VIII ETERNUS USER GROUP in Granada – Fujitsu people unveil hyperscale, a storage software for service providers and IT organizations that provides access to online data, in a multi-petabyte range.
This solution, which was developed in collaboration with Red Hat, will also be presented internationally – at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, The Powering the Cloud Event in Frankfurt, at the Fujitsu Forum in Munich in November and at the OpenStack Summit in Pars.
The data was provided by sources from the Japanese leader, who also explained that by integrating Red Hat Inktank Ceph Enterprise storage software, with Fujitsu servers and its storage technology in a multi-node device, defined storage is achieved by Ceph-based software for end-to-end delivery of both maintenance and professional services for the entire entire appliance.
Fujitsu uses this Red Hat technology to meet industry challenges and allow extremely scalable deployment, maximum performance and tolerance to storage failures. In addition, the new device allows IT Directors to drastically reduce total storage costs of ownership, Fujitsu explained.
What makes this proposal special
In the same way, it was known that Red Hat Inktank Ceph Enterprise offers the best block storage software, especially to companies that implement public or private clouds, including also the OpenStack segment.
In this regard, the people of Fujitsu specified that the new hyperscale addresses the storage needs of cost-sensitive services and cloud providers, researchers and public sector organizations responsible for keeping large files online, as well as for streaming companies. and broadcasting Financial institutions that require ad hoc access to historical data will also benefit from this technology.