Red Hat launches Ceph Storage 4 version


The new Ceph Red Hat storage can handle petabytes of data for all your cloud storage and data center needs.

If you are in need of a truly serious Software-Defined Storage system that processes petabytes of data, then Red Hat, with the latest version of Red Hat Ceph Storage (RHCS), There is technology you need.

RHCS is based on the Nautilus version of the Ceph open source project. It is designed to work on commercial hardware (COTS). But with petabyte-level processing capabilities, you will most likely use it on data-farms, data-centers and the cloud.

For example, you can use it to deploy object storage that is compatible with Amazon's petified Simplified Storage Service (S3). Red Hat states that, in recent internal testing, RHCS 4 has provided twice the performance for high write workloads, making it more suitable to meet demand. Performance of today's data intensive applications.

It has also been optimized for DevOps, so you can use RHCS 4 to move from service-focused activity models to service center models. To do this, it relies on the improved Ansible DevOps integration.

This helps RHCS manage itself and recover itself. This makes automatic backup, restoration and resource provisioning easier and - which is probably even more important - it's also more reliable. Red Hat claims this will help businesses find "always-on" service-level (SLA) agreements to support unbroken business.

Red Hat Ceph Storage 4 includes four important new features. That is:

Experience a simplified installation, allowing a standard installation to be made in less than 10 minutes.
A new unified management console, showing all the important system parameters at hand, helps IT operating teams identify and solve problems faster.
A new quality of service (QoS) monitoring feature that helps identify storage capacity QoS issues for applications in cloud environments hosted by multiple tenants.
Integrated aggregation messages to support serverless native-Kubernetes architectures, enabling automated data pipeline coordination.
Its open source project (parent), Ceph, is a distributed file storage and object storage system. It is designed from the ground up to provide great data performance, reliability, and scalability. It supports both object, block and file storage.

Amita Potnis, research director of IDC for Infrastructure Systems, expressed interest in this new version.

In a statement, Potnis said: “The current data growth and workload are the challenges that many organizations face. Red Hat Ceph Storage 4 can enable businesses to effectively expand and support growing data and workload requirements while providing simple installation and management capabilities. ”