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06 Jun 2017 Latest Red Hat Ceph Storage Release Expands Versatility as Object Store [64172]
Oracle, June 6th 2017

Red Hat announced Red Hat Ceph Storage 2.3. This release, based on Ceph 10.2 (Jewel), introduces a new Network File System (NFS) interface, offers new compatibility with the Hadoop S3A filesystem client, and adds support for deployment in containerized environments. These improvements expand the product's versatility as an object storage platform, offering the ability to support big data analytics and serve as a common platform for file-based workloads. This release marks the latest milestone in Red Hat's mission to provide highly elastic, flexible storage that can be optimized to suit a variety of workloads across any size of enterprise deployment.
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03 May 2017 Nexenta Delivers the Future of Storage with Advanced Scale-Out Software-Defined Storage (SDS) Platform Available on Any Hardware [63113]
Nexenta, May 3rd 2017

Nexenta (@Nexenta), the global leader in Open Source-driven Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS), introduced the latest version of its award-winning scale-out block, file, and object storage platform, NexentaEdge. Purpose-built for today's leading enterprise IT environment with rapidly expanding application needs, NexentaEdge 2.0 is a flexible and future proof multi-service storage platform.

  • Multi-Service Scale-Out SDS Platform Enables Enterprise-Ready Container-Converged Infrastructures and Cloud-Native Applications; Provides iSCSI Block, NFS File, S3 and Swift Object Services

  • NexentaEdge 2.0 Revolutionizes High-Performance and Reliable Multi-Protocol Services with Simple GUI-Based Management for Large Archives and Seamless Docker Datacenter Integration

According to Gartner, by 2021 more than 80% of enterprise unstructured data will be stored in scale-out system and object storage systems in enterprise and cloud data centers, which is an increase from 30% today. The newest release of NexentaEdge has a unique feature set to support this rapid market growth, including performance object storage and exceptional integration with Docker and OpenStack environments. In addition, Nexenta has rounded out their multi-service platform to include a shared namespace between file and object storage as well as container-converged capabilities to support next generation applications.
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01 May 2017 Linux 4.11 Improves Security And Performance [63045]
ServerWatch, May 1st 2017

"Linux creator Linus Torvalds officially released the Linux 4.11 kernel on April 30, providing new features that will help improve the performance and storage capabilities of Linux operating systems.

The 4.11 kernel is the second major Linux kernel release of 2017, following the February 19th Linux 4.10 kernel release..."

"Shortlog appended for people who want to peruse the details, but it's a mix all over, with about half being drivers (networking dominates, but some sound fixlets too), with the rest being some arch updates, generic networking, and filesystem (nfs[d])fixes," Torvalds wrote in a mailing list message announcing the new kernel.
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03 Jan 2017 NexentaStor [59452]
Nexenta, January 3rd, 2017

NexentaStor has a proven track record of successful deployments across a diverse set of industries, helping thousands of enterprises eliminate unwanted vendor lock-in, increase agility and reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) by 50 percent or more.

NexentaStor delivers unified file (NFS and SMB) and block (FC and iSCSI) storage services, runs on industry standard hardware supporting all-flash, hybrid, and all-disk scaling from tens of terabytes to petabyte configurations, and includes all data management functionality by default.

With the introduction of NexentaStor 5.0, the award-winning storage platform, and in combination with NexentaFusion customers can deploy, run, and scale better than ever before. From getting set up, to daily task, and checking the health of your storage environment, IT administrators are able to easily manage the needs of their business. Standard day to day tasks including deploying pools and creating a file system are now easy to configure in a matter of minutes.
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07 Dec 2016 Nexenta Showcases Industry Leading Open Source-Driven Software-Defined Storage Solutions [58834]
at the Fifth Annual ITPalooza 2016 in South Florida

Nexenta announced that it showcased its unified product portfolio for file, block and object storage at the 5th Annual ITPalooza on Thursday, December 8th at the Signature Grand in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

In booth #81, Nexenta demonstrated how its agile OpenSDS solutions deliver the ideal foundation for data-intensive deployments across the enterprise with these products:

  • NexentaFusion 1.0 provides simplified scaling and management through a single pane for reporting, monitoring, analytics, and orchestration for your storage assets.
  • NexentaStor 5.0 delivers unified file (NFS and SMB) and block (FC and iSCSI) storage services, and runs on industry standard hardware supporting all-flash, hybrid, and all-disk, scaling from tens of terabytes to petabyte configurations, and includes all data management functionality by default.
  • NexentaEdge 1.1 the industry's first software-only scale out block and object solution designed from the ground-up to deliver high performance and limitless scalability to next generation OpenStack clouds, petabyte scale active archives and Big Data applications.
  • NexentaConnect for VMware Virtual SAN provides file services for VMware Virtual SAN (VSAN) environments, provides users with NFS and SMB access on top of existing Virtual SAN for a software hyper-convergence model.

ITPalooza is a not-for-profit annual conference for South Florida's IT Community organized by the IT Community for the IT Community.
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