Red Hat announced the availability of the newest major release of Red Hat Storage Server, an industry leading open software-defined storage solution for scale-out file storage. The advanced capabilities in Red Hat Storage Server 3 are well-suited for data-intensive enterprise workloads including big data, operational analytics and enterprise file sharing and collaboration. With its proven and validated workload solutions, Red Hat Storage Server 3 enables enterprises to curate enterprise data to increase responsiveness, control costs and improve operational efficiency.
Red Hat is committed to building agile storage solutions through community-driven innovation to drive agility within the enterprise so as to better respond to competitive threats and changes in the evolving IT landscape. Based on open source GlusterFS 3.6 file system and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, Red Hat Storage Server 3 is designed to easily scale to support petabytes of data and offer granular control of your storage environment while lowering the overall cost of storage.
Red Hat Storage Server 3 has significant ecosystem support from its industry-leading technology partners including Cisco and HP together with integration partners including International Integrated Solutions Ltd., and Function1 to ease enterprise deployment. In addition, Red Hat has collaborated with leading enterprise software vendors Splunk, Hortonworks and own Cloud to enable solution architectures for log and cyber security analytics, Apache Hadoop, and enterprise file sharing and collaboration, respectively. Our customers and partners can utilize these proven solution architectures as blueprints to deploy best of breed solutions to address specific customer workload environments.
Red Hat Storage Server 3 complements the July 2014 delivery of Red Hat’s Inktank Ceph Enterprise version 1.2. In May 2014, Red Hat acquired Inktank, provider of Ceph and Inktank Ceph Enterprise open source storage solutions. Red Hat’s Inktank Ceph Enterprise delivers object and block storage software to enterprises deploying public or private clouds, including many early adopters of OpenStack. The addition of Red Hat’s Ceph Enterprise to Red Hat’s storage product portfolio gives customers a comprehensive offering of open software-defined storage solutions across object, block and file system storage.