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"Red Hat Storage continues to work to redefine and revolutionise the way enterprises manage their unstructured data, while setting the open source standard for software-defined storage. The new features in Red Hat Storage servers are designed to help customers optimise business continuity service levels, drive business agility, and further simplify and improve operational efficiency across private, public, and open hybrid clouds," said
The pronounced shift in enterprise storage infrastructure has been caused by the movement to cloud, explosive growth of unstructured data and big data applications. Capacity requirements have climbed from terabytes to petabytes and enterprises need an agile and cost-effective approach to support this unprecedented data growth.
Red Hat Storage Server 2.1 combines the reliability and enterprise-grade features of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4 with the latest GlusterFS community release, oVirt, the open source virtualisation platform, and XFS File System to deliver the next generation of open software-defined storage. Red Hat Storage Server 2.1 is designed and rigorously tested to meet exacting performance and scale demands for enterprise storage workloads and lay the data foundation for cloud and big data applications.
"The new Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in Hybrid Cloud Storage provides a credential that validates a technology professional's skills and knowledge in setting up, fine-tuning and deploying flexible, scalable and reliable software-defined storage solutions using Red Hat Storage Server. Similar to all other
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