Qumulo Core NAS Solution Delivers Real-Time Data Analytics with Data-Aware Capability
SEATTLE, WA: Qumulo, a data storage company, announces the general availability of its Qumulo Core, a data-aware scale-out network-attached storage (NAS) to store as well as manage trillions of files in commercial high performance computing industries.
Qumulo Core is software running as a user application on top of theLinux operating system. It runs on commodity hardware, dedicated appliances or in virtual machines. The platform is capable to deliver real-time data analytics directly into storage that powers enterprise to have a regular visibility across data including identification of most valuable data, its storage location, recognition of users or application for accessing particular files, archival data, back up or deleted data and cause behind the data growth. With these capabilities, the new NAS solution helps increase in workflow performance and storage efficiency.
The new NAS solution is powered by Qumulo Scalable File System (QSFS) to efficiently manage small and large files with high sequential and transactional performance. QSFS is designed to leverage price/performance economics of commodity hardware, flash and dense spinning disk with capabilities of read and write files.
Qumulo Core utilizes public and self-documenting REST API (Representational State Transfer Application Program Interface) with API explorer built into web User Interface rendering its fully programmable capability. The application is based on flash-first hybrid design to enhance price/performance as well as price/capacity. It is available as a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) to deliver continual infrastructure software innovation with pay-as-you-go facility.
In addition, Qumulo introduces Qumulo Q0626 hybrid storage appliance providing 24TB of raw Hard Disk Drive (HDD) and 1.6TB of raw Solid State Drive (SSD) capacity. Qumulo Core can be scaled from 4 to more than 100 modes in single cluster and single namespace. The NAS solution covers multiple sectors including media and entertainment, life sciences and oil and gas.
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