KARLSKRONA, Sweden, Aug. 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Compuverde today announced that founder and CEO Stefan Bernbo will participate in a panel presentation at VMworld® alongside VMware and NetApp on file services solutions for VMware vSAN™, VMware's vSphere®-native storage that powers industry-leading hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI). Stefan has more than 20 years of expertise in enterprise-scale data storage solutions. The panel will address why hyperconverged solutions built on VMware vSAN are ideal for file services workloads.
Compuverde is a VMware Ready™ for vSAN partner that supports vSAN with its virtual Network-Attached Storage (VNAS). The VMware Ready for vSAN program offers partners a set of tools, resources and processes needed to certify file services or data protection products with vSAN.
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Compuverde offers a fully integrated and flexible storage solution for bare metal and scale-out virtual environments that is completely built upon software-defined principles:
- Unified storage: Compuverde's VNAS solution offers file services, object and block to provide customers with increased flexibility when leveraging vSAN. The software makes unified storage available through any major protocol.
- Rich set of features: Compuverde provides a rich set of file-related features that enterprises need in order to deal with unstructured data.
- Strictly consistent: Compuverde implements its own file system and protocol code for a tightly connected solution, resulting in a distributed file system with strong consistency.
- Share files between Virtual Machines (VMs): The hyper-converged solution with VNAS functionality enables the sharing of files between VMs rather than having to use an external NAS solution as shared storage.
Stefan Bernbo will share more about Compuverde's file services solution for VMware vSAN at the VMworld VMware partner panel on Wednesday, August 30 at 2:30-3:30 p.m. PDT at the Mandalay Bay Ballroom D, Level 2, Las Vegas, NV.
Stefan Bernbo, CEO and founder, Compuverde, said: "As a VMware Ready for vSAN partner, Compuverde aims to provide a first-class file system that leverages VMware vSAN to address rapidly growing storage demand. We look forward to continuing our work with VMware and the opportunity to share more about the Compuverde offering during the VMworld partner panel."
Lee Caswell, vice president of Products, Storage and Availability Business Unit, VMware, said: "VMware is pleased that Compuverde is a VMware Ready for vSAN partner. Their unique file services solution targeted for vSAN will enable customers to deliver both block and file services from a single vSAN cluster, lowering deployment costs and providing data center efficiency and performance through software-defined principles."
Compuverde is an established provider of software-defined storage solutions, based in Sweden. Founded in 2008 by a team of storage and software experts with decades of experience in the scale-out storage field, Compuverde delivers a solution dedicated to both large consumer brands and industrial B2B-players, currently used by telecom, banking, media and insurance companies across the world. Compuverde's revolutionary and energy-efficient unified storage solution has made possible a hardware-agnostic storage platform that easily scales to hundreds of nodes, exabytes of data and trillions of files. With top-class products that address market segments like vNAS, hyperconverged virtualization and hybrid cloud, Compuverde is delivering better control over investments and business expansion. Find out more at www.compuverde.com.
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