KumoScaleTM software delivers the tremendous savings in capex and opex expenses and thus ROI of SDS on disaggregated storage at scale.
KumoScale software automatically and dynamically ensures that resiliency requirements are fully met at all times.
KumoScale software delivers the blistering throughput and low latency of NVMeTM storage devices.
Providing cloud computing services is a technological arms race. Only those operating at the very largest scale can afford the thousands of engineers required to create all of the required infrastructure organically. For those who need to leverage technology and skills from beyond their walls, but stay competitive in terms of cost, KumoScale software can help.
Whether your business is facilitating the sharing economy, providing an e-commerce marketplace, brokering reservations or tickets, or any other large-scale B2C business, your infrastructure is the engine that powers your business. KumoScale software is built for speed and scale, and can take your service offering to the next level.
Your business isn't IT but you need to support an ever-changing list of requirements with a finite budget and limited staff. If you've grown your use of public cloud services to the point where you need to move back on-prem to save cost, or you want to accelerate your journey towards a private cloud, KumoScale software can help.
KumoScale software manages storage devices at the media level to deliver the best possible latency at all times.
KumoScale software delivers blisteringly fast system throughput by leveraging the latest NVMe-oF architectural capabilities.
KumoScale software enables breakthrough ROI by disaggregating storage into a shared resource, maximizing overall performance and utilization.
KumoScale software delivers industry-leading replication performance while minimizing the network bandwidth required.
KumoScale software resiliency is instantaneous while recovery from failure is transparent.
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