As pharmaceutical and life sciences organizations set out to leverage big data analytics, QuantaStor SDS meets any storage workflow from accessing, collaborating, and managing structured and unstructured scientific data to backup and migration strategies, object storage, genome-based file access, encryption, and compliance. QuantaStor SDS’ hyperscale grid technology enables the scaling of storage up to 64 physical or virtual storage appliances and 64PB locally or dispersed across geographies from a single web-based user management interface with no special client-side software to install.
QuantaStor allows IT managers to distribute file, block or object storage in a way that achieves the best performance and capacity utilization per system
QuantaStor SDS’ grid technology is designed uniquely with advanced grid scale-out management technology to enable the deployment of multiple appliances that can be managed from any location as a single unit, to keep up with massive data growth and simplify storage processes for life sciences professionals. QuantaStor Global Namespace simplifies NAS storage management and increases end-user productivity by combining shares into easy-to-access groups that are accessible across a grid of appliances. “This allows IT managers to distribute files in a way that achieves the best performance and capacity utilization per system,” explains Umbehocker. The QuantaStor SDS Data Migration Edition simplifies and speeds up the process, allowing life sciences companies to easily migrate multiple terabytes of storage using mobile hardware and a custom licensed edition of QuantaStor SDS. The QuantaStor SDS Cloud License Service enables customer self-provisioning of license keys simplifying the on-demand provisioning process.
OSNEXUS continuously innovates on product quality and industry-leading support to ensure customer and partner success with every deployment. Talking about the future, “OSNEXUS is integrating data analytics into its SDS grid architecture, which will help life sciences organizations make better use of their storage and simplify capacity planning,” concludes Umbehocker.