Scality’s ARTESCA enterprise-grade, cloud-native object storage solution is designed for the needs of the Kubernetes era.
ARTESCA is is easy to install, as it doesn’t require any Linux skills and can start out as small as a single server and scale out.
A single pane of glass view enables control of multicloud data, workflow management, API and user-driven metadata search, and comprehensive storage analytics. Dual-layer erasure coding with minimum overhead ensures superior data protection.
It supports multiple Kubernetes distributions and bare metal servers from edge-to-core/core-to-edge or on-premises to public cloud.
Fast primary storage with ultra-low latency and 10s of GB/s of throughput meets the needs of AI/ML, big data analytics and edge applications. It is entirely API driven, so operations can be fully automated.
Scality is offering ARTESCA with one, three and five-year subscriptions available. It is available on the HPE portfolio through a six-month exclusive agreement and is also available as a cloud service through HPE GreenLake.
Chris Powers, vice president and general manager, collaborative platforms and big data, HPE, said:“We are excited by what the new enterprise-grade yet lightweight object storage and data management solution co-designed by Scality and HPE can do for our joint customers. Combined with a new portfolio of six purposefully configured HPE systems, ARTESCA software empowers customers with an application-centric, developer-friendly, and cloud-first platform with which to store, access, and manage data for their cloud-native apps no matter where it lives — in the data centre, at the edge, and in public cloud.”
Randy Kerns, senior strategist and analyst, Evaluator Group, said:“Scality has figured out a way to include all the right attributes for cloud-native applications in ARTESCA: lightweight and fast object storage with enterprise-grade capabilities. This is challenging to accomplish and makes it an optimal storage solution for this new class of applications where performance demands are critical. The container-based design enables ARTESCA to fit into the Kubernetes ecosystem — a requirement for cloud-native applications.”
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