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Top Answer: The most valuable feature is real-time analytics.
Top Answer: This product is not available in the Azure marketplace, which is not a good thing. The price of the software is a bit expensive, so a reduction in cost would make it more competitive.
Top Answer: We are a reseller and Qumulo is one of the storage solutions that we are dealing with. It is used for software-defined file storage. I am currently researching more use cases so that we can better… more »
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out of 26 in NAS
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out of 26 in NAS
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Overview

IBM Scale-out NAS (SONAS) is a solution for cloud storage implementations. It is designed to consolidate files that are scattered in multiple storage locations and allow them to be efficiently shared and managed.

Qumulo is the breakthrough leader in simplifying unstructured data management at massive scale across hybrid-cloud environments. Qumulo provides a high-performance file data platform designed to store, manage and create workflows and applications with data in its native file form at a massive scale across hybrid cloud environments. With Qumulo you can easily manage the full data lifecycle from ingestion, transformation, publishing and archiving with cost-effective capacity, dynamic scalability, automatic encryption, real-time analytics and an advanced API that enables customers to easily integrate Qumulo into their technology ecosystem and workflows.

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Comms Service Provider16%
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Manufacturing Company5%
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IBM Scale-out NAS is ranked 13th in NAS while Qumulo is ranked 10th in NAS with 2 reviews. IBM Scale-out NAS is rated 0.0, while Qumulo is rated 0.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Qumulo writes "Easy to set up, good technical support, and it provides valuable usage analytics ". IBM Scale-out NAS is most compared with Dell EMC PowerScale (Isilon), HPE StoreEasy, FreeNAS, NetApp FAS Series and HPE 3PAR StoreServ, whereas Qumulo is most compared with Dell EMC PowerScale (Isilon), Scality RING8, NetApp FAS Series, Red Hat Ceph Storage and Pure Storage FlashBlade.

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