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Data is growing at an insane rate and, according to IDC, will explode to 163 zettabytes a year by 2025 - a ten-fold increase over today’s rate. Traditional scale-up NAS systems are complex to manage and expensive to upgrade. But with OneBlox object-based scale-out storage, you can leave the forklift in the warehouse where it belongs. OneBlox is affordable, easy to use, and designed to effortlessly connect to your current systems. OneBlox revolutionizes how you store and manage your data. OneBlox is a purpose-built appliance with all enterprise-grade features built-in such as continuous data protection, compression, inline deduplication, and disaster recovery and is completely automated for the IT personnel to setup and operate. The unique scale-out, converged storage appliance consolidates primary data as well as the backup and archival data. OneBlox is the industry’s first scale-out object-based appliance to work with NFS and SMB network protocols. Need more capacity? Simply add drives or OneBlox appliances, creating a seamless cluster architecture - there’s no configuration, no downtime, and no user disruption.
Scality RING8 is ranked 9th in File and Object Storage with 1 review while StorageCraft OneBlox is ranked 21st in File and Object Storage. Scality RING8 is rated 8.0, while StorageCraft OneBlox is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Scality RING8 writes "Low cost storage system that has good support". On the other hand, Scality RING8 is most compared with MinIO, Red Hat Ceph Storage, Qumulo, Cloudian HyperStore and IBM Spectrum Scale, whereas StorageCraft OneBlox is most compared with .
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