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High Performance Object Storage for Big Data and AI

Why choose between performance and scalability, when you can have the best of both?

Object Storage on-prem, cloud-hosted, or at the edge

OpenIO is a software-defined open source object storage solution ideal for Big Data, HPC and AI. With its distributed grid architecture and unique self-learning ConsciousGrid™ technology, OpenIO scales easily without mandatory data rebalancing, while delivering consistent high performance. OpenIO is S3 compatible and can be deployed on-premises or cloud-hosted, on any hardware that you choose.

  • OpenIO exceeds write speed of 1 Tbps on Criteo platform.

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  • OpenIO 19.04 brings performance, ergonomic improvements, and more.

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  • How to Choose the Right Object Storage? Important aspects that are often overlooked.

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Key benefits
  • Infinite and instant scalability without data rebalancing
  • Consistent high performance, even during scaling operations
  • Support for any hardware mix within the same cluster
  • Real TCO savings and flexible infrastructure management
  • Optimized for Big Data
Technology highlights
  • Native object store (as opposed to a blob store)
  • Grid of nodes modular design
  • ConsciousGrid™ self-learning storage technology
  • GridForApps™ for event-driven computing
  • Open source core
What differentiates OpenIO is that it scales quicker, more transparently and without constraints compared to other solutions we have tested.
Alan Martins VP Infrastructure at Dailymotion

Why OpenIO

Object storage has always been very focused on low $/GB and high scalability but some of its characteristics can make it less performant. OpenIO changes this paradigm.

Based on an innovative lightweight design, OpenIO Object Storage blends efficiency, hyper-scalability and consistent high performance with the benefits usually found on other platforms.

OpenIO Object Storage also outperforms Hadoop HDFS on several capabilities, making it an ideal 1st tier storage solution to repatriate data from public cloud services. It also works seamlessly alongside installed HDFS infrastructures as a warm archive tier.

In the spotlight

  • The Future of Object Storage - Preview
    OpenIO Summit '18 The Future of Object Storage
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  • Feedback from The HDF Group Workshop at ESRF - Preview
    Blog post Feedback from The HDF Group Workshop at ESRF
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  • The Performance of Storage Systems: 3 Criteria to Take into Account - Preview
    Blog post The Performance of Storage Systems: 3 Criteria to Take into Account
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