We performed a comparison between IBM Spectrum Scale and Red Hat Gluster Storage based on real PeerSpot user reviews.Find out what your peers are saying about Nutanix, StarWind, DataCore and others in Software Defined Storage (SDS).
Red Hat Gluster Storage (formerly known as Red Hat Storage Server) is a software-defined storage (SDS) platform designed to handle the requirements of traditional file storage—high-capacity tasks like backup and archival as well as high-performance tasks of analytics and virtualization. But unlike traditional storage systems, Red Hat Gluster Storage isn’t rigid and expensive. It easily scales across bare metal, virtual, container, and cloud deployments.
IBM Spectrum Scale is ranked 15th in Software Defined Storage (SDS) with 2 reviews while Red Hat Gluster Storage is ranked 18th in Software Defined Storage (SDS). IBM Spectrum Scale is rated 8.6, while Red Hat Gluster Storage is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of IBM Spectrum Scale writes "A stable solution with valuable profile-sharing features". On the other hand, IBM Spectrum Scale is most compared with Red Hat Ceph Storage, VMware vSAN, IBM Cloud Object Storage, NetApp Cloud Volumes ONTAP and Portworx Enterprise, whereas Red Hat Gluster Storage is most compared with VMware vSAN, Red Hat Ceph Storage, LizardFS, Portworx Enterprise and Microsoft Storage Spaces Direct.
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