Company to Offer Private Demonstrations of the SCRIBE Object Storage
Unlike current solutions, at the heart of SCRIBE is an intelligent object store, which is neither a traditional storage array nor a virtual storage appliance (VSA). Instead, SCRIBE creates a storage layer with direct access to the hypervisor. As such, the complexity of storage protocols, file systems, and the overhead of VSAs are completely eliminated. SCRIBE creates storage objects that are made directly available to the hypervisor and applications, delivering the true value of software-defined storage.
SCRIBE also functions as a storage hypervisor, enabling legacy third-party storage to be pooled with the object store, providing investment protection of the customers’ existing storage. This sets the path for customers to move from legacy into the vision of HC3’s software-defined environment.
“SCRIBE will be critical for the future of our IT infrastructure. Cost, performance and expandability are of the utmost importance in our business. SCRIBE will meet and exceed all of these as we grow as a business,” said
“Protocols, file systems and VSAs represent the old way of thinking,” said
Since the launch of HC3 a year ago, Scale Computing has been accelerating growth of its hyperconverged platform, designed specifically for virtualization. This resulted in 65 percent quarter-over-quarter growth of its new HC3 business and a continued momentum in all parts of the company's operations.
About Scale Computing
Scale Computing is the leader in hyperconvergence for midsized organizations. Its HC3™ platform seamlessly integrates servers, virtualization and storage into a single platform that is easy to use and highly scalable, dramatically lowering the barriers and costs involved in keeping applications running in a highly available and scalable manner. By making complex infrastructure appear like a single server, it is the growing choice for hundreds of IT departments across a range of vertical markets. Founded in 2009, the company is headquartered in
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