Our 45Drives Ceph Clustered Solutions offer redundancy via replication or erasure coding. This means multiple copies are spread across multiple nodes to ensure high-availability. They are also fault tolerant, enabling you to lose disks and/or servers while maintaining full up time.
This amazing solution is self-healing, it will automatically re-distribute data during expansion and/or OSD failure, ensuring your data is always available and safe.
This solution gives you the ability to start small and grow over time. You can increase capacity by adding more hard drives and/or servers at any time. With the 45Drives Ceph Clustered Solution your performance scales linearly with capacity.
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|SUPPORT:||FULL HARWARE & SOFTWARE|
|NODES:||3 Mi4 STORINATORS|
|STORAGE:||84TB (6 X 14TB HDD)|
|REPLICATION LEVEL:||2+1 EC, 2 Rep or 3 Rep|
|NETWORK:||1 x 10Gbe CONNECTION|
|2 x 1Gbe CONNECTION|
This solution is perfect for companies and organizations with large amounts of data, typically 25TB or more and expect it to grow rapidly. It’s also the solution of choice for anyone who’s data storage may be required for internal usage or for customer facing purposes.
Using multiple storage servers, we can create you one namespace storage solution that acts as one large unit which can be easily scaled. This solution allows you to start small and grow overtime.
Whether you have 25TB and plan to grow to 100PB or 150PB this is the ideal solution to ensure your data is always available. These powerful solutions meet your storage needs today while being easily scalable whenever you require more storage.
Ceph is an open-source software built on enterprise OS. It provides high-availability through redundancy and implements object storage on a single distributed computer cluster, and provides interfaces for object-, block, and file-system access.