Enterprise IT infrastructure is diverging. because of the growing business needs associated with cloud deployments using OpenStack, traditional virtualized datacenters, and various public clouds. Because of this, data availability across these platforms is becoming a growing challenge for IT architects and administrators. Essential to addressing this challenge is to build upon an open and highly scalable storage platform.
In this video, you will learn how a distributed, scale-out storage platform (such as GlusterFS) can be used for data availability across clouds built with OpenStack, public clouds (such as AWS), and traditional datacenters. You will also better understand the business and technical data availability challenges and will be presented with solution architectures and use cases.
You have many choices as you architect and implement your OpenStack infrastructure and storage is a critical and foundational element of it. In this session, you’ll learn more about those options and receive criteria for evaluating them for your unique OpenStack environment.
Watch this video to learn about how Red Hat Storage Server and Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform work together. The integrated solution offers the innovation of the OpenStack and GlusterFS community projects, while also providing the security, stability, and enterprise-readiness of a platform built on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
We are pleased to announce new Red Hat Storage Server capabilities in conjunction with the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 4.0. With enhanced data protection for OpenStack and volume snap shot creation and management, Red Hat Storage and Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 4.0 help optimize the overall data footprint for enterprise cloud infrastructure.
Red Hat Storage, an open software-defined storage solution, provides multiple data access methods including File (Glance), Block (Cinder) and Object (Swift) Storage for OpenStack deployments in a truly elastic, scale-out approach. Red Hat Storage deployed with Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 4.0 provides Cinder, Glance and Swift Object services for a unified storage approach that eliminates disparate silos of data and scales to petabyte levels.
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by Ranga Rangachari, Vice President and General Manager, Red Hat Storage
The storage industry has seen dramatic shifts in the past few years with the massive explosion of unstructured data and the emergence of open hybrid cloud deployments. And, this trend is expected to continue for several years. Looking through a storage crystal ball, here are my top predictions for 2014. Should they come true, the industry will see more community-driven, standards-based storage and big data innovations that give enterprise IT the agility to deliver services their users need.
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We’re giving away 3 registrations to our upcoming Modern Data Protection Tour to be held on December 4th, 2013, in Boston. The contest is open to Boston and Greater Boston area residents (official rules below) who can answer the following trivia question via Twitter. Simply tweet your answer at us (@RedHatStorage) or, if you already follow us, direct message your answer to qualify.
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By Walter Tessmann @ Redhat
With unprecedented growth in unstructured data, new data management problems are emerging in terms of volume, variety, velocity, and scale of data. Enterprises have seen enormous gains in scalability, flexibility, and affordability as they switched from locked-in architectures to flexible, industry-standard designs, which promote choice and cost effectiveness. HP and Red Hat have collaborated to deliver a purpose-built innovative solution to address data growth challenges at volume economics, while maintaining a simple, open and standard approach to big data infrastructure deployment.
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We are very happy to introduce the latest iteration of our open, software-defined storage solution, Red Hat Storage Server 2.1. Based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4 and GlusterFS 3.4, this solution combines stability, reliability, and enterprise-grade features that can meet your businesses’ demanding performance and scale requirements
With unstructured data growing at a rate that’s nearly three times faster than what enterprises typically store in relational databases, it was clear that we needed to develop a storage solution that could scale with enough speed and agility to keep pace with this data explosion.
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With the rise of unstructured data, it’s becoming more and more difficult for IT professionals to predict the storage capacity they’ll need to maintain both performance and low costs. While open hybrid cloud storage is designed to address this issue, many organizations are still slow to move their data to the cloud at all.
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Will Red Hat Storage work in your data center? In our latest webinar, we present three use cases for deploying Red Hat Storage Server as your enterprise scale-out storage solution. We cover our solution’s architecture and features and discuss the application performance you could expect.
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Red Hat Storage is a leader in the software-defined storage space, providing our customers with an open, scalable, reliable, and future-proof architecture that consolidates file and object storage into a unified storage environment. Infrastructure leaders are deploying Red Hat Storage across physical, virtual, and cloud environments to manage data on a flexible, low-cost platform without the burden of vendor lock-in.
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