Open source software-defined storage creates new opportunities
When it comes to data storage, many organisations are dominated by expensive, inflexible legacy proprietary technologies. This is not helping them to manage a perfect storm of demands for new applications and workloads, to meet compliance requirements and deliver real-time access to ever increasing data volumes.
Software-Defined Storage (SDS) has been suggested as the new way to meet these challenges. The purpose of this Insight White Paper is to propose that proprietary SDS does not go far enough and that the most effective way to meet the growing demands on data storage capabilities is by moving towards open source software-defined storage.
Find out how the Red Hat storage products – Gluster and CEPH – are becoming the preferred choice of enterprises and organisations of all sizes that share a common ambition to better control data storage
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