Red Hat® Storage Server helps you manage the explosion of big, semistructured, and unstructured data growth while maintaining the storage performance, capacity, and availability you need to meet demanding enterprise storage requirements.
What is open software-defined storage?
Software-defined storage, or software-based storage, brings virtualization to enterprise data storage. It lets you abstract and pool storage capacity and compute and networking resources across on-premise and cloud environments to scale independently and beyond individual hardware components. Open software-defined storage uses open source software, giving you innovative features powered by a vibrant developer community and the benefits of volume economics by running the software on standards-based commodity hardware. The result is agile, scalable, loosely coupled environments for unstructured data storage.
What is Red Hat Storage Server?
Red Hat Storage Server is an open, software-defined, scale-out storage platform that lets you easily manage unstructured data for physical, virtual, and cloud environments. By bringing together the foremost open source technologies, like GlusterFS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux®, Red Hat Storage Server gives you cost-effective and highly available storage without sacrificing scale or performance.