Qumulo has launched Global Namespace, a software solution that scales to exabytes anywhere unstructured data is needed, and integration with AWS-based Qumulo file storage.
With these new capabilities, Qumulo brings more choices for infrastructure owners to store and manage their file data in AWS, without compromising enterprise features.
“Qumulo’s integrated Global Namespace provides customers access to files in any location and intelligently caches the data where the performance is needed by local users,” says Ryan Farris, VP of Products at Qumulo. “Global Namespace allows customers to choose their file infrastructure based on the location-specific business requirements – from any AWS region, core data centers, or at the edge.”
In addition to Global Namespace, Qumulo is demonstrating its next-generation managed file storage service on AWS. With this solution, customers can experience storage capabilities designed to lower the cost of cloud file storage, increase performance, and scale in response to business demand. Alternatively the solution can be configured Qon AWS and managed in a VPC.
Coupled with cloud file storage, Qumulo’s Global Namespace allows users to choose their file storage solutions for hybrid infrastructure. At any scale, users can use Global Namespace as a bridge to provide bi-directional data access between Qumulo instances on AWS and on-premises Qumulo infrastructure. This allows enterprises to benefit from hybrid cloud expansion for workloads like remote collaboration, M&E burst rendering, HPC at the edge, AI/ML, and more.
Qumulo on AWS delivers:
90%+ of I/O operations are served from the fastest available storage (system memory or SSD).
Qumulo customers can provision an AWS cluster in minutes.
Users of the private preview use a service that separates performance from long-term storage retention, allowing independent elasticity at each layer.
ANQ leverages S3’s durability and availability, where files stored in the object layer are always accessible.
Qumulo’s Nexus is available to Qumulo customers, providing a single pane of glass to securely visualize storage usage and manage Qumulo instances. Nexus will be live on December 7th, 2023.
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