SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ:SNDK), a global leader in flash storage solutions, and Nexenta (@Nexenta), the global leader in Open Source-driven Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS), today announced that NexentaStor, the company’s flagship software-only platform, has been integrated with SanDisk’s all-flash InfiniFlash™ IF100 system. This all-flash joint solution provides data center customers with a pre-tested, full-featured, cost-effective, high-performance system… Continue reading SanDisk and Nexenta to Deliver the First Open Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS) Flash Array
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Tegile Systems, the leading provider of all-flash and hybrid storage arrays for database, virtualized server, and virtual desktop environments, today announced that it will be unveiling its new IntelliFlash™ HD flash storage platform, another industry first for Tegile, on August 30th, 2015 at VMworld US at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. IntelliFlash HD is… Continue reading Tegile Unveils IntelliFlash HD Flash Platform for Workload Hyper-Consolidation at VMworld
Since its inception, OpenStack Swift stores data using its own distributed storage implementation. A new feature, called storage policies, was added in Juno and enables other storage systems to extend Swift, but only through the object server. In this talk, we highlight current development which will enable third party storage systems to extend OpenStack Swift… Continue reading Extending OpenStack Swift to Support Third Party Storage Systems
CHS (Cylinder/Head/Sector) is so 50’s, LBA (Logical Block Addresses) is so 90’s. What’s next? It’s time to rethink how we access storage NOW! The new interface to the storage media should support all application access methods whether its File, Block or Object. As storage industry evolves beyond storage management towards data management it is important… Continue reading OpenStack: Beyond LBA’s* (Logical Block Addresses)
We all know Cinder offers the awesome ability to create storage volumes, attach them to instances, and use them anyway you wish. The truth is, not all workloads are created equal! With Cinder QOS, OpenStack Administrators can now offer their users Cinder volumes in a variety of performance flavors! In this hands-on lab, participants will… Continue reading OpenStack Cinder QOS: A Hands-On Workshop
Manila is the shared file system service and is an incubated OpenStack project since the Juno release. Manila allows tenants to manage shares, e.g., NFS exports, take snapshots, and adjust access rules – among other things. In this talk, we will present our lessons learned during an evaluation of Manila for use in a telco… Continue reading Manila: Taking OpenStack Shared File Storage to the Telco Cloud