Cloudian to Address Red Hat Summit Audience Along with Red Hat and Other Major OpenStack Partners
on Advantages of OpenStack
RED HAT SUMMIT, SAN FRANCISCO, April 14, 2014 —Cloudian, Inc., the leading hybrid cloud storage company, today announced that its HyperStore® cloud storage solution is now certified for the Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform. This certification ensures that HyperStore has been tested, certified, and integrates well with Red Hat’s OpenStack distribution and infrastructure solutions including Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform and Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure. It provides enterprise storage for OpenStack with consistent performance, supportability, and compatibility to deliver tightly integrated on-premise and hybrid S3 cloud storage.
“OpenStack is quickly becoming the preferred cloud stack for on-premise enterprise cloud deployments, and now with Cloudian on-premise storage, Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform has a scalable and enterprise-proven storage platform which integrates seamlessly,” said Paul Turner, chief marketing officer, Cloudian. “We look forward to supplying the essential storage infrastructure to the innovative private and hybrid cloud solutions made possible by certifying with Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform.”
Red Hat OpenStack Certification validates HyperStore’s integration with OpenStack’s Dashboard (Horizon), Compute (Nova), Identity Service (Keystone), and Image Service (Glance) services, and enables Cloudian to be universally deployed as the storage backend in Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform clouds.
“Storage is an essential element of any successful cloud deployment, and at Red Hat we are committed to giving our customers the broadest choices for their deployments through our powerful certified ecosystem,” said Mike Werner, senior director, Global Technology Partner Programs, Red Hat. “We’re pleased to add the Cloudian HyperStore storage platform as a certified part of our OpenStack platform ecosystem, which gives our mutual customers confidence that our solutions have been tested and work well together.”
Cloudian is a silver sponsor of the Red Hat Summit, being held at the Moscone Center, April 14-17 in San Francisco. Cloudian will demonstrate the benefits of HyperStore in Booth 911, and will present at the following sessions:
Tuesday, April 15, 1:30 p.m.-1:50 p.m. in the Partner Theater: “Building a Resilient, Scalable, Storage System with OpenStack”
Tuesday, April 15, 6:00 pm – 6:50 pm at Devnation: “Developing for the Open Hybrid Cloud”. Join Red Hat, Alcatel-Lucent, Cloudian, Mellanox, and PuppetLabs as we address how the cloud affects your development choices.
Thursday, April 17, 9:45 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. Town Hall track panel discussion with Cloudian, Red Hat, Intel, and Cisco Systems – “Red Hat and OpenStack: The Partner Ecosystem Advantage”
Cloudian is a Foster City, Calif.-based software company specializing in cloud storage. Cloudian HyperStore® is an S3-compatible cloud object storage platform that enables service providers and enterprises to build reliable, affordable and scalable hybrid cloud storage solutions. Cloudian actively partners with leading cloud computing environments including Amazon Web Services, Citrix Cloud Platform, Apache CloudStack, OpenStack and the vast ecosystem of S3 compatible tools and applications. Cloudian’s customers include Vodafone, Nextel, NTT, Nifty, and LunaCloud. The company has additional offices in China and Japan. For more information or to try Cloudian today, please visit www.cloudian.com.
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