What does built-in data redundancy on SDS mean?

An Overview of the Features and Benefits of Virtuozzo Software-Defined Storage


Redundant storage is typically either not flexible (as is the case with local RAID arrays) or too expensive for many organizations (as is the case with SAN storage).

This white paper details a software-defined storage system that bridges the gap.

Download your copy today to find out how this solution’s built-in flexible redundancy means it can handle any failures, eliminate the need for NAS or SAN systems, and run on commodity hardware – and do so by using existing servers. Read on to find:

  • The 3 main components of this SDS architecture
  • How a combination of mirroring and erasure coding provides you with a high level of both availability and data protection
  • The benefit of a Virtual Tape Library interface to support existing backup and archiving systems
  • And more
09 Nov 2017
31 Oct 2017
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