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    Top Answer:I'd like to see more integrations with different systems and for the product to be more scalable. If they could include some additional optionality in operation management, that would be helpful.
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    Intel Distributed Asynchronous Object Storage
    ActiveScale, Quantum ActiveScale Object Storage, ActiveScale Object Storage
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    Overview

    Intel has been building an entirely open source software ecosystem for data-centric computing, fully optimized for Intel® architecture and non-volatile memory (NVM) technologies, including Intel® Optane™ DC persistent memory and Intel® Optane™ DC SSDs. Distributed Asynchronous Object Storage (DAOS) is the foundation of the Intel exascale storage stack. DAOS is an open source software-defined scale-out object store that provides high bandwidth, low latency, and high I/O operations per second (IOPS) storage containers to HPC applications. It enables next-generation data-centric workflows that combine simulation, data analytics, and AI.

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    Comms Service Provider24%
    Computer Software Company15%
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    Intel DAOS is ranked 19th in File and Object Storage while Quantum ActiveScale is ranked 16th in File and Object Storage with 2 reviews. Intel DAOS is rated 0.0, while Quantum ActiveScale is rated 7.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Quantum ActiveScale writes "Good performance and reliable but the setup is complex". Intel DAOS is most compared with Red Hat Ceph Storage, MinIO, Dell ECS and Dell PowerScale (Isilon), whereas Quantum ActiveScale is most compared with Qumulo, Dell ECS, Red Hat Ceph Storage, NetApp StorageGRID and Dell PowerScale (Isilon).

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