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Quobyte 3.0 Announced

by Adam Armstrong

Today Quobyte Inc. announced details for version 3.0 of its Quobyte Data Center File System, or just Quobyte 3.0. The latest enhancements are said to include a deploy-anywhere, scale-out storage solution with new security features, a powerful new policy engine and simplicity of self-service to better enable low-latency and high-throughput workloads within a single system. The company will release both a paid and free version.

Today Quobyte Inc. announced details for version 3.0 of its Quobyte Data Center File System, or just Quobyte 3.0. The latest enhancements are said to include a deploy-anywhere, scale-out storage solution with new security features, a powerful new policy engine and simplicity of self-service to better enable low-latency and high-throughput workloads within a single system. The company will release both a paid and free version.

Quobyte 3.0

Many things in the industry are leading to massive scaling with the need for more and more performance. Finding a solution that can deliver scale at massive performance can be a bit tricky, though there are more options now that ever and the list is expanding. Quobyte 3.0 is one of these solutions. This software-based distributed file system claims that it can offer unlimited performance, unconditional simplicity and seamless integration into any technology stack. Each new version builds off of the proven last version, as is the case here.

Highlights of Quobyte 3.0 include:

360 Security

  • Provides holistic data protection
  • End-to-end AES encryption (In transit / at rest / untrusted storage system)
  • Selective TLS support, e.g. between data centers
  • Access Keys for the file system
  • 509 certificates
  • Event stream (metadata, file access)

Powerful Policy Engine

  • Control all aspects of a Quobyte cluster through flexible policies, from data redundancy, automatic recoding to immutability
  • The policies can be reconfigured at runtime without interruption of service
  • Automation ensures the optimal selection of redundancy and placement, including the new automatic policy that switches between replication and erasure coding as well as flash and HDD inside a file

Self Service

  • Storage-as-a-Service / Cloud-like experience
  • Self-service for users from the webconsole
  • Automatic resource provisioning from Kubernetes

Availabilty

Quobyte 3.0 is available today.

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