Nexenta & Canonical deliver a joint SDS solution

by | Apr 12, 2016

Nexenta and Canonical have announced a joint solution that pairs Nexenta’s software-defined storage with Canonical’s Ubuntu OpenStack platform: NexentaEdge.

This new solution delivers high performance object and block storage services with Juju, a service model for automating the deployment and management of applications. This joint release allows Ubuntu customers to leverage NexentaEdge and provides seamless integration with Canonical OpenStack clouds.

Today, more than half of the world’s OpenStack deployments are built on Ubuntu, and the company has selected Nexenta to help expand its enterprise storage portfolio. This is a further step in their strategic alliance to support enterprise OpenStack customers and accelerate mainstream adoption of both software-defined storage and OpenStack technologies.

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