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Top 8 File and Object Storage Tools

ZadaraPure Storage FlashBladeRed Hat Ceph StorageMinIODell EMC ECSHitachi Content PlatformSwiftStackNetApp StorageGRID
  1. One of the most useful features is that they provide iSCSI as a service.The most valuable feature is the flexibility in terms of deployment options.
  2. The onboarding and integrated monitoring tools are pretty good.It performs well and it is also very fast.
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  4. The configuration of the solution and the user interface are both quite good.Ceph is the software defined storage of the future.
  5. MinIO can work with attributes and folders, and it has the ability to use a stream approach for files. I have moments that should work exclusively. It also has some management features you can use, like exclusive locks that you can perform on one record or a collection.
  6. It is 100% stable. It is also scalable.This product is very competitive.
  7. Feature-wise, it has a lot of features. The most valuable features include de-duplication, encryption, version controlling, support, and tamper-proof data.
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  9. The SwiftStack Controller, which is the web UI, provides out of band management. This has been one of the best features of it. It allows us to be able to do upgrades and look at performance metrics. It is a top feature and reason to choose the product.
  10. Duplication, interface and the manageability is good and simple.It has awesome scalability. We consume it with storage appliance nodes, then we just plug and play as we need more.
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