Red Hat Ceph Storage Scalability

reviewer234109
Sr. Systems Engineer at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
We have not noticed any issues with scalability. In fact, when more nodes/disks were added to the cluster, it improved performance due to its nature of being a native object store. View full review »
George Paraskevas
Systems Engineer at a marketing services firm with 51-200 employees
Ceph has no issues with scalability but needs proper planning regarding the hardware. View full review »
Flavio Carvalho
Senior Information Technology Specialist at a tech consulting company with 501-1,000 employees
Most times that I have implemented Ceph, I have used some type of deployment tool, like RDO (Red Hat Director). With these tools, I can make the environment scale in or out without issues. An attention point is looking for a journal and disk separation on the YAML file. View full review »
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Enterpri91c5
Enterprise Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
CEPH is scalable to almost infinity. View full review »
Anthony D'Atri
Senior Software Engineer
Ceph is a scale-out solution designed to be free of scale limitations common when using proprietary storage solutions. Ceph will continue to scale meeting our needs for years to come. View full review »
Diego Woitasen
Senior Solutions Architect and co-founder at flugel.it
No scalability issues. View full review »
Gary Duan
Senior Architect at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
It is OK to add a node or a disk, but it may impact the latency of read/write of the application which is running. View full review »
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