Canonical announced the extension of their partnership with Nexenta to provide their customers with a joint software-defined storage solution.
The joint solution formed by Nexenta, the world’s most popular OpenSDS (Open Source-driven Software-Defined Storage) developer, in collaboration with Canonical, the company behind one of the world’s most popular Linux kernel-based operating systems, is here to pair the Ubuntu OpenStack platform with the award-winning SDS solution from Nexenta.
During the OpenStack Summit 2015 event, both Canonical and Nexenta have announced an upcoming alliance that will benefit enterprise OpenStack customers from a new software-defined storage solution, by integrating NexentaEdge, the high performance object and block storage service from Nexenta, with Canonical’s Juju open source service modeling tool, which Ubuntu users can use to manage, deploy, and scale apps on OpenStack clouds.
Submitted by: Arnfried Walbrecht
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