Top 8 Software Defined Storage (SDS) Tools
Nutanix Acropolis AOSStarWind Virtual SANStarWind HyperConverged ApplianceDataCore SANsymphony SDSZadaraHPE StoreVirtualRed Hat Ceph StorageMicrosoft Storage Spaces Direct
The most valuable feature is the integration of all parts in Prism Element, the browser-based management tool.
In terms of scalability, adding a number of nodes, I find that it will not be any issues.
StarWind vSAN has allowed us to leverage our server infrastructure more completely without the need to add more hardware.
The vSAN provides full redundancy for storage while reclaiming some rack space.
The presence of built-in storage saved the company from having to purchase a separate storage array and related network equipment.
The full suite of redundancy gives a nice sense of security for the whole environment.
It's a software storage solution that can scale as we like. There is also has a parallel feature that enhances the performance of the storage solution. We can separate storage and computing, and we can scale these two parts of the platform to meet business needs efficiently.
One of the most useful features is that they provide iSCSI as a service.
The most valuable feature is the flexibility in terms of deployment options.
A very flexible solution.
All of the administrative tasks are easy and everything is centralized.
The configuration of the solution and the user interface are both quite good.
Ceph is the software defined storage of the future.
The flash ability, in terms of tiering and caching, is amazing
It's mainly about the storage expansion, like in hyper-converged solutions.
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