This very flexible software-defined storage solution offers low TCO and excellent performance.
Red Hat's open source software-defined storage products offer low costs, scalability and integration with OpenStack and RHEL.
Nutanix is most useful for organizations that are setting up private or hybrid cloud environments and are willing to invest in hyperconverged infrastructure.
With its excellent price-to-performance ratio, SANsymphony is a good choice for companies that want to boost their application speed without breaking the bank.
Nexenta offers low-cost software-defined storage products that are based on open source technology.
Offering excellent flexibility and scalability, Hedvig's SDS solution is a good choice for organizations' whose storage needs are changing rapidly.
IBM Spectrum Storage Suite will likely be most attractive to companies that use other IBM infrastructure and software products, but this software-defined storage (SDS) solution works with hardware provided by other vendors as well.
Dell EMC offers a complete line of software-defined storage products to meet several different needs.
Software defined storage can be a long term cost saver, but businesses must understand the variables and make smart decisions about their SDS deployment.
Using software defined storage to virtualize data storage architecture can help organizations lower costs, simplify management, avoid vendor lock-in and achieve greater scalability and flexibility.