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XTremeSAN High Availability Storage software 2022 v4 has been updated.

2022-08-12 XTremeSAN High Availability Storage software for HPC, major update 2022 v4 has been updated.

XTremeSAN, first release in 2019, that is Software Defined Block Storage which designed for high performance field like HPC, high performance storage like ALL Flash and Hybrid storage, manage all local storage devices or remote shared storage (like JBOD, JBOF, E-SSD etc. ) and providing storage block service. Those storage disks will be managed as N-ways replicated or the world advanced floating striped erasure codes (EC) protected storage controller with the ability to create dynamic block, high availability volumes to reach up to 1000000IOPS.

XTremeSAN Storage Controller is multiple nodes active-active high availability, that provides ways for building data in redundancy and scale-up, performance scaled by adding more devices, all Volumes can be exposed to clients via iSCSI, iSER, NVMe-oF and VHost.

Feature list:

  • Exporting volumes over multiple protocol: iSCSI, iSER, vHost, NVMe over Fabrics.
  • Support all popular cloud infrastructure like: VMWare, Hyper-v, Xen, OpenStack, CloudStack and any other kvm/qemu based.
  • Support many type of storage engine as backend, AIO, io-uring for HDD/SSD/NVMe, NVMe user mode driver.
  • Support shared storage include JBOD series and IP SAN devices for multiple storage controller high availability.
  • Online storage expansion / shrink.
  • Support RDMA network as well as existing TCP/IP network.
  • Replicating data over different backends, storage pools are living in multiple nodes, native support hybrid-cloud.
  • Redundancy and automatically online recovery.
  • Dynamic block volume over storage pools.
  • Unlimited and zero copy snapshots.
  • High availability and strong consistency.
  • Designed for high performance hardware, NVMe and RDMA network.
  • Fully utilize hardware performance.
  • Utilize any x86 based hardware, existing network and storage, manage them as software defined.
  • Centralized WEB based management.



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