Enterprise Storage 6 gives organizations the ability to easily leverage public cloud resources as part of their storage infrastructure.
Suse says the latest release of its software-defined storage solution will enable IT organizations to seamlessly adapt to changing business demands while reducing IT operational expense.
Suse Enterprise Storage 6, powered by Ceph technology, boasts new features focused on containerized and cloud workload support, improved integration with public cloud and enhanced data protection capabilities.
“Suse is powering digital transformation with agile open source solutions like Enterprise Storage. It therefore enables enterprises to continually innovate, compete and grow,” says Brent Schroeder, CTO Americas for SUSE.
“We aim to transform enterprise storage infrastructure with an open and intelligent software-defined storage solution. Furthermore, we want it to reduce costs and alleviate proprietary hardware lock-in for customers. Enterprise Storage 6 reflects Suse’s ongoing commitment to making Ceph ‘enterprise consumable,’” he adds.
Highlights of Enterprise Storage 6
According to Suse, Enterprise Storage 6 allows IT organizations to seamlessly adapt to changing business demands by:
- Accelerating innovation. It further removes storage silos, giving organizations easier access to different types of data and enabling them to quickly extract information from data using cutting-edge search and analytics tools.
- Maximizing application availability. It enables faster and more granular backups that can now leverage low-cost public cloud resources for improved data protection.
- Responding to changing business demands faster. It also gives organizations the ability to easily leverage public cloud resources as part of their storage infrastructure.