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Cloudian HyperStore 7 Multi-Cloud Data Management Unifies Public Cloud and On-Premises Storage

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release states, “Cloudian, an innovation leader in enterprise object storage systems, today announced HyperStore 7, a new version of its HyperStore scale-out storage system. HyperStore 7 bridges both on-premises and cloud environments, letting users manage data in both private and public clouds around the globe as a single, unified storage pool. HyperStore 7 is a scale-out platform that lets users store, protect and search data from one management screen, no matter where the data physically resides. In a data center, HyperStore 7 can be deployed either as multiple appliances or on industry-standard servers to form a single, limitlessly scalable storage system. Now, users can also deploy HyperStore 7 software as an application in the public cloud to provide a single view of data across clouds and on-prem storage.”

The release goes on, “Key features of HyperStore 7 include: (1) Unified data management: Store, manage, protect and search data across clouds and on-prem environments from a single console. (2) Access to data anywhere via a common API: Employ a single S3 API to access storage assets on-prem and in public clouds, including Microsoft Azure, Google GCP and Amazon AWS. (3) Scale-out architecture: Deploy multiple HyperStore instances, either on-prem or in the cloud, to scale capacity, performance and availability. (4) Converged data access: Store data in the native format of any public cloud, ensuring seamless data access for cloud-based applications. (5) Merged files and objects:  Consolidate object data as well as Windows and Linux files to a single storage environment with Cloudian HyperFile.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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