RALEIGH, N.C., Oct. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- OSNEXUS, the leading developer of grid-scale software-defined storage solutions, and Pogo Linux, a leading integrator of server and storage products, are partnering to exhibit open source Software-Defined Storage solutions at All Things Open in Raleigh, North Carolina on Monday October 22nd and Tuesday October 23rd, 2018. OSNEXUS and Pogo Linux will be at Booth number 4.
All Things Open is the largest open source conference in the Southeast and is returning for its sixth year, bringing technologists, innovators, enthusiasts, and leaders in the open source community together for three days of presentations, panels, workshops, exhibitions, and more. All Things Open explores open source, open tech, and the open web in the enterprise.
Individuals who attend All Things Open will be entitled to pre-release, download access of OSNEXUS QuantaStor SDS v4.7 and v5.0 to create a 3-node Ceph cluster with access to the latest QuantaStor OpenStack technologies.
October 21st - 23rd, 2018
Raleigh Convention Center
500 S Salisbury St, Raleigh, NC 27601
Founded in 2010, OSNEXUS helps companies manage their storage ranging from small sites to hyperscale deployments across global datacenters with its QuantaStor™ industry-leading Software Defined Storage (SDS) platform. The QuantaStor Software Defined Storage platform provides scale-out file, block, and object storage as a single, easy-to-manage solution. Deployed by Fortune 500 companies worldwide, QuantaStor SDS addresses a broad set of storage use cases including server virtualization, big data, cloud computing, and high performance applications through scale-out physical and virtual storage appliances.
About Pogo Linux
From a single system to an entire datacenter deployment, Pogo Linux has provided servers, workstations, and storage appliances to universities, corporations, and government institutions for almost 20 years. With a focus on custom configurations, cutting edge technologies, and exceptional support, Pogo has been a trusted advisor to the IT community since 1999.