Nexenta® Systems, Inc. is the market leader in open source enterprise class storage software solutions. Nexenta's passion for breaking the chains forged by legacy storage products forms their mission statement. They enable everyday apps; from the Internet of Things to Big Data; from OpenStack to Containers; and all types of Clouds; Private, Public, and Hybrid.
Why Nexenta? Their Nexenta® OpenSDS portfolio enables oragnisations to run their business securely, flexibly and cost effectively.
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Founded around an Open Source platform, Nexenta delivers its award and patent winning software-only unified storage management solutions 24x7 service and support. With limitless data storage and intelligent data management, Nexenta® SDS solutions provide you the flexibility to deploy your workloads who and where is right for your business.
Supermicro and Nexenta X11 Reference Architectures (RAs) are based on the powerful Supermicro 2U Ultra server as the head node and the high-density dual channel SAS3 JBODs as storage shelves.Supermicro 2U Ultra server platforms are designed for extreme performance, capacity and expandability.
A vibrant and exciting Nexenta® community is growing day by day as evidenced by thousands of downloads and hundreds of licenses sold to date. Further, Nexenta's products are being embedded into a growing set of products and solutions created and sold by hardware vendors, software developers, systems integrators, and resellers. These all contribute to Nexenta® propelling to the forefront of the open storage industry.
Boston introduces Supermicro's Total Storage Solution. Supermicro teamed up with Nexenta to create a fully integrated new storage appliance that dramatically reduces operations and storage costs for enterprise and cloud workloads.
To help our clients make informed decisions about new technologies, we have opened up our research & development facilities and actively encourage customers to try the latest platforms using their own tools and if necessary together with their existing hardware. Remote access is also available
Once again we're attending Supercomputing, this time in the beautiful county of Atlanta!