Qumulo’s integrated Global Namespace gives access to files in any location and intelligently caches the data where the performance is needed by local users.
The Nexus unified control plane is Qumulo’s single management console that gives users the same tools for all unstructured data in any location.
Qumulo’s new Global Namespace software scales to exabytes anywhere unstructured data is needed, and directly integrates with AWS-based Qumulo file storage. With these new capabilities, Qumulo increases its infrastructure choices for users to store and manage their file data in AWS, without compromising enterprise features or paying costs.
Qumulo’s integrated Global Namespace gives access to files in any location and intelligently caches the data where the performance is needed by local users. With Global Namespace a user can choose their file infrastructure based on location-specific business requirements – from any AWS region, core data centres, or at the edge.
Combined with cloud file storage, Qumulo’s Global Namespace can be used to organise file storage systems for a hybrid infrastructure. At any scale, Global Namespace serves as a bridge to allow bi-directional data access between Qumulo instances on AWS and on-premises Qumulo infrastructure. This means enterprises can set up hybrid cloud expansion for workloads like remote collaboration, M&E burst rendering, HPC at the edge, AI/ML and so on.
On AWS, over 90% of Qumulo’s I/O operations are served from the fastest available storage – system memory or SSD. An AWS cluster can be provisioned in only a few minutes. qumulo.com