OSNEXUS Announces QuantaStor 5.10 With Red Hat 8 and Intel Ice Lake Support
The latest product release from OSNEXUS contains an expanded Hardware Compatibility List, Red Hat 8 support, and numerous enhancements to its scale-up and scale-out cluster technologies.
OSNEXUS, the leading developer of grid-scale software-defined storage solutions, announced the release of QuantaStor 5.10 with added support for Red Hat 8, Supermicro X12 based systems, and Intel Xeon 3rd Gen (Ice Lake) scalable processors.
“We’re pleased to announce this latest release of QuantaStor with an expanded HCL to enable our customers and partners to deploy QuantaStor on systems with the latest generation of Intel processors,” said Steven Umbehocker, CEO of OSNEXUS. “The new Ice Lake processors from Intel provide a much needed increase in CPU core count that’s ideal for our all-flash and scale-out storage clusters.”
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Product Release Highlights
Supermicro X12 System Support – QuantaStor is now certified for use with the latest Supermicro servers based on Intel’s 3rd generation Ice Lake Scalable Xeon processors.
Red Hat 8 Support – QuantaStor can now be installed on RHEL 8.4 servers to help organizations standardizing on RHEL for their compute infrastructure to use QuantaStor for both scale-up and scale-out configurations.
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Smart Cluster Network Interfaces for Scale-out Clusters (Ceph based) – QuantaStor’s cluster VIF management system now makes load balancing scale-out storage clusters within a Storage Grid easy. QuantaStor ensures VIFs are both highly-available and activated on the scale-out cluster nodes delivering protocol services for the selected use case (file, block, or object protocols) so user access is never interrupted.
Automatic Disaster Recovery Site Failover – Activation of a DR site can now be fully automated via the Remote Replication Schedule settings, simplifying disaster recovery in the event of an outage at a primary site.