Scality RING8 Overview

Scality RING8 is the #8 ranked solution in our list of top File and Object Storage tools. It is most often compared to Red Hat Ceph Storage: Scality RING8 vs Red Hat Ceph Storage

What is Scality RING8?
Scality RING object storage enables enterprises and cloud service providers to run petabyte-scale, data-rich services like web applications, VOD, active archives, compliance archives, and private storage clouds. The RING is software, so you can deploy it on standard x86 servers of your choice, taking advantage of server and media innovation over time. Acting as a single, distributed system, the RING can scale linearly across thousands of servers, multiple sites, and an unlimited number of objects. Data is protected with policy-based replication, erasure coding, and geo-distribution, achieving up to 14 9s of durability and 100% availability.

Scality RING8 is also known as Scality RING, RING8.

Scality RING8 Buyer's Guide

Download the Scality RING8 Buyer's Guide including reviews and more. Updated: December 2020

Scality RING8 Customers
Comcast, TimeWarner Cable, EuroSport, Orange, Deluxe, DailtMotion, SFR, RTL, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Telstra

Scality RING8 Reviews

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reviewer1242105
Project Manager at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
Real User
Dec 11, 2019
Low cost storage system that has good support

What is our primary use case?

We used Scality during the capacity extension.

Pros and Cons

  • "I think it's the economic factor. This solution has the lowest cost for storage systems."
  • "When we used this solution in 2015, it was not scalable at all. I don't know if they have improved on that, but at the time, scalability was just horrible."

What other advice do I have?

I think I would recommend Scality but there is another solution that I'm going to dig into more, which is OpenIO. Right now for new projects, I don't know yet if I'm going to recommend Scality or OpenIO. Most probably OpenIO, but it's not necessarily based on technical features. It's because we have a commercial agreement with OpenIO. I would rate this solution as eight out of ten.