Red Hat Ceph Storage
Red Hat Ceph Storage
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I used Red Hat Ceph Storage by deploying it within a larger PoC setup for a customer. The customer required a storage solution for storing …
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Red Hat Ceph Storage is a software defined storage option.
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I believe in storage packages offered by this product and totally recommend it. The installation process of this tool is easy and customization to different clusters is flexible. The cost of purchasing depends on the purpose of the consumer and no further additional maintenance cost after purchasing. It is suitable for storing large volumes of data with powerful integrated data protection tools.
Red Hat Ceph Storage is very well suited for providing fast and scalable object storage and storage for virtualization hosts. One of the main advantages is that Ceph allows horizontal scaling by adding more and more nodes within hours. A scenario where using Ceph is less appropriate is when one needs a distributed, POSIX-compliant filesystem. While CephFS is considered as production ready, there are other better solutions in many cases.
It is absolutely, hands down the best storage solution for Open Stack. I would even argue it is the only solution if a company is operating at petabyte scale and need resiliency. The storage solution allows any organization to scale their environment using commodity hardware from top to bottom. It has a battle tested track record where it is even being used as the data storage back end for the Large Hadron Collider at Cern.