New SDS Solution Delivers Storage-Agnostic Management and Hyper-Scale Data Center Economics to the Global Enterprise

SANBOLIC is pleased to announce the general availability of theirs newest Software-Defined Storage solution, available on Windows, Linux, Xen, KVM, Hyper-V, and integration with OpenStack.

“Not only has Sanbolic helped us significantly decrease storage management complexity, but we’ve also been able to get the most from our existing infrastructure investments and save in operating and capital costs,” said Gabriel Gallardo, IT Manager at Grupo Latino Radio.

Sanbolic’s host-based storage scale-out technology is enterprise-validated and in production at hundreds of government organizations and enterprises around the globe, addressing the need to tune storage performance, availability, and services to the needs of each workload.

This is an exciting milestone for Sanbolic, allowing us to provide fluid, responsive storage resource management at the compute layer that scales out and ensures SLAs based on the growing workload and data needs of global businesses.

Available for Windows, Linux, Xen, KVM, Hyper-V and integration with OpenStack, Sanbolic now provides fluid, responsive storage resource management at the compute layer that scales out and ensures SLAs based on the growing workload and data needs of global businesses. The new SDS solution offers storage-agnostic management, optimization and dynamic block and file scale-out across all leading on-premise and cloud storage vendors (EMC, NetApp, HDS, AWS), including commodity storage, to ensure the fluid availability and responsiveness of enterprise data and mission-critical applications as business needs grow and change.

Running in physical, virtual or cloud server instances to manage any data center environment at hyper-scale, the new host-based storage controller drives efficient storage aggregation and centralizes management. Consolidating a heterogeneous, highly-available pool of legacy storage arrays into a storage abstraction layer, customers can now
• Access centralized services, including: Dynamic provisioning, Quality of Service (QoS) at all RAID levels; Data tiering, read-and-write snapshots, cloning and WORM
• Achieve systems capability and scale-out on server-side and commodity storage using Flash, SSD, HDD and legacy storage
• Create virtual active-active shared resources from existing external storage and server-side storage, flash arrays and JBOD storage into the storage pool
• Eliminate multiple points of management and increases storage efficiency

“We’re in the midst of a major infrastructure market shift as enterprises realize they can no longer rely on legacy data and storage management tools. We’re giving enterprises a simplified way to manage their entire data center operations in a centralized platform – regardless of how geographically distributed or siloed their current IT infrastructure may be,” noted Momchil (Memo) Michailov, CEO of Sanbolic.

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