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    Red Hat Ceph does well in simplifying storage integration by replacing the need for numerous storage solutions. This solution allows for multiple copies of replicated and coded pools to be kept, easy… more »
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    It's a very performance-intensive, brilliant storage system, and I always recommend it to customers based on its benefits, performance, and scalability.
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    An area for improvement would be that it's pretty difficult to manage synchronous replication over multiple regions. I also don't like the containerization method for Cephadm in the recent deployment… more »
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    Also Known As
    Active Archive System, ActiveScale P100, ActiveScale X100
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    Overview

    Big Data insights enable Fast Data applications. Your data can generate value when it’s aggregated, analyzed, and applied to business decisions. We live for long-term data preservation, and our ActiveScale object storage systems are changing the economics of data. The ActiveScale system architecture is designed for petabyte-scale datasets, facilitates storing data forever, and takes full advantage of our component-to-system vertical innovation.

    Red Hat Ceph Storage is an enterprise open source platform that provides unified software-defined storage on standard, economical servers and disks. With block, object, and file storage combined into one platform, Red Hat Ceph Storage efficiently and automatically manages all your data.
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    HGST ActiveScale is ranked 22nd in File and Object Storage while Red Hat Ceph Storage is ranked 4th in File and Object Storage with 2 reviews. HGST ActiveScale is rated 0.0, while Red Hat Ceph Storage is rated 8.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Red Hat Ceph Storage writes "Highly scalable, reliable, and reasonably priced". HGST ActiveScale is most compared with Scality RING8, whereas Red Hat Ceph Storage is most compared with MinIO, VMware vSAN, Portworx Enterprise, Dell ECS and IBM Spectrum Scale.

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