Top 8 File and Object Storage Tools
Dell PowerScale (Isilon)MinIOPure Storage FlashBladeRed Hat Ceph StorageDell ECSZadaraNetApp StorageGRIDSwiftStack
Its scalability has been huge for us.
Our main goal is to do disaster recovery with whatever solution we use and Isilon makes it pretty simple to replicate those workloads over to our secondary data center.
The initial setup was straightforward as MinIO provided good support documentation and took a couple of days to complete.
This is an all-in-one, user-friendly data storage.
The most valuable features of this solution are the rewrite speed and the nonstop services.
The snapshots, replication, and the ability to have immutable blades are the most valuable features. You're putting data snapshots out in those blades, and they cannot be touched. Its performance is great.
Red Hat Ceph Storage is a reliable solution, it works well.
It's a very performance-intensive, brilliant storage system, and I always recommend it to customers based on its benefits, performance, and scalability.
Competitive object storage platform that's stable and scalable.
I have been satisfied with the stability.
The most valuable features of Zadara are its visibility and simplicity to use.
The most valuable feature of Zadara is its ease of use and safety. Overall the solution is a complete package, it has all the features needed.
The technical support is good.
The backup features are valuable. I've heard from our backup and data protection people that our clients are very satisfied with the performance in junction with the backup, which they archive on this type of object storage.
The graphs are most valuable. They have a lot of graphs and reports that you can run to see what's happening in the background to configure OpenStack Swift.