Ceph is a distributed data-storage system that enables distributed operations without a single point of failure, scalable to exabyte levels. ​Combined with Arm, Ceph enables significant power savings. ​

Ceph delivers object, block, and file storage in one unified system providing a highly reliable, easy to manage solution. Ceph storage clusters are based on Reliable Autonomic Distributed Object Store (RADOS), which forms the foundation for all Ceph deployments. 


Ceph storage solution

Ceph enables data replication for a high degree of fault tolerance, enabling the design of systems that are both self-healing and self-managing, minimizing administration time and costs. Arm SoCs enable Ceph to take advantage of low power solutions, while balancing compute performance and energy efficiency with deeply integrated and large-scale direct media connectivity.

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Ambedded

Arm based Ceph storage appliances from Ambedded provide object storage, block storage, and file system in a single system. Using Arm enables lower power consumption compared to the same density x86 server. Ambedded is partnered with SUSE for SUSE Enterprise Storage Appliance, to provide organizations with durable, reliable, simple to manage, and fast to deliver, software-defined storage solutions.

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SoftIron

SoftIron HyperDrive systems are specifically designed for Ceph and optimized to maximize performance. Developers can maximize compute density and optimize power usage with SoftIron and Arm.

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