Nexenta: Leadership in Open Source-driven Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS)—and a Vision for Open Source-driven Software-Defined Everything (OpenSDx)
Nexenta is the global leader in Open Source-driven Software-Defined Storage - what we call Open Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS).We uniquely integrate software-only "Open Source" collaboration with commodity hardware-centric "Software-Defined Storage" (SDS) innovation.
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Nexenta - OpenSDS Portfolio
NexentaStor™: Enterprise Grade Unified Block & File Storage
Nexenta’s flagship Open Source-driven Software Defined Storage (OpenSDS) solution, NexentaStor, delivers unified file and block storage services, runs on industry standard hardware, scales from tens of terabytes to petabyte configurations, and includes all data management functionality by default. Experience Software-Defined evolution with your new or existing block and file storage infrastructure – increase flexibility and agility, simplify management, and dramatically reduce cost – without compromising reliability or functionality.
NexentaEdge™: High Performance Scale-Out Block & Object Storage
NexentaEdge is designed from the ground-up to deliver high performance block and object storage services and limitless scalability to next generation OpenStack clouds, petabyte-scale active archives and Big Data applications. It runs on shared nothing clusters of low cost industry standard Linux servers, and builds on Nexenta IP and patent pending Cloud Copy On Write (CCOW) technology to break new ground in terms of reliability, functionality and cost efficiencies. NexentaEdge supports market-leading features like cluster wide inline deduplication, compression, real-time self-balancing, and unlimited snapshots and clones.
NexentaFusion™: Simple Storage Management & Analytics
NexentaFusion provides single pane of glass reporting, monitoring, analytics and orchestration for all your storage assets. NexentaFusion complements NexentaStor and NexentaEdge deployments, builds on their common REST API framework and simplifies the task of running petabyte-scale Software-Defined Storage infrastructure.