Dell EMC ECS is an object storage solution developed by Dell EMC. It uses hardware ‘nodes’ to provide storage and is designed to be flexible, resilient, and simple to deploy. Dell recommends the use of load balancing in an ECS deployment, in order to distribute the inbound workload across all ECS nodes in an effort to maximize performance.Find out more
IBM Cloud Object Storage, or Cleversafe sell an object storage system, which it calls the Dispersed Storage Network or dsNet. Only Cleversafe delivers proven scalability combined with 80 percent or more improvement in economic efficiency, zero-touch security, and simplicity that allows organizations to get applications off the ground quickly and scale them for the demand they expect. The hyperscale world relies on hyperscale data storage from Cleversafe.Find out more
Store and manage unstructured data at scale using StorageGRID® for secure, durable object storage. Place content in the right location, at the right time, and on the right storage tier—optimizing workflows and reducing overall costs for globally distributed rich media.Find out more
Cloudian HyperStore solves major storage challenges with the industry’s most compatible Amazon S3 API. Combined with Loadbalancer.org’s expertise in object storage, this allows customers to scale seamlessly through proven hyperscale architecture.Find out more
Hitachi Vantara elevates your innovation advantage by merging operational and informational experience to offer you a data partner with unprecedented range and depth in data management. We are analytics, industrial expertise, technology and outcomes rolled into one great solution provider.Find out more
SwiftStack innovations power multi-cloud data management for Enterprises, enabling freedom to move workloads between clouds with universal access to data across on-premises and public infrastructure. It starts with universal access to petabytes of unstructured data in a single namespace on premises and continues with the freedom to move workloads between private data centers and public clouds like Amazon or Google.Find out more
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