Scality & Komprise
Simplified Data Management & Analytics for the Enterprise
An organization’s data will increase significantly each year and they will often find themselves in complex data management situations where capacity becomes a scarce resource. To solve this problem, organizations should consider using storage technologies that can scale to meet business needs along with storage analytics-driven management software that can examine usage and automate data migrations if needed.
The combined Scality-Komprise solution manages data intelligently to meet business objectives with simplicity, scalability, automation, and resiliency.
What’s in it for you?
Scality + Komprise offer worry- free, easy expansion while reducing TCO by up to 90%. Komprise’s cost-efficient, cloud- like economics coupled with Scality’s linear scalability on standard servers
Enterprises demand data durability in the 14×9’s with an intuitive management environment. This combined solution meets those demands while increasing data recovery times significantly from traditional systems.
Scality + Komprise enable users and applications to access all data from or through their primary storage without any changes. Komprise transparently retrieves data from Scality RING and delivers file-based NFS/SMB access to data stored as objects.
The combination of Scality and Komprise optimizes storage capacity without disrupting user experience. Komprise provides insight on data growth and usage, then manages and moves or copies the data automatically to the Scality RING.
ABOUT SCALITY RING
Scality’s principal product is a scale-out object storage software platform known as the RING. Scality’s RING delivers petabyte-scale software-defined storage designed to use commodity hardware and characterized by cost-effective scaling, performance, and auto-recovery. Scality’s RING is a multitier architecture and can scale up to thousands of servers and many 100s of petabytes under a single global namespace. It allows customers to deploy both performance-optimized and capacity-optimized storage, varied data durability levels, and small to large object and file support in a single global namespace.