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Red Hat Storage is a leader in the software-defined storage space, providing our customers with an open, scalable, reliable, and future-proof architecture that consolidates file and object storage into a unified storage environment. Infrastructure leaders are deploying Red Hat Storage across physical, virtual, and cloud environments to manage data on a flexible, low-cost platform without the burden of vendor lock-in.
We have created a series of webinars that will help current and potential customers learn more about our innovative solution and its use cases, as well as our thoughts on the next generation of storage technology. Check back with us each week to watch the latest video.
Whether you’re new to Red Hat Storage or you’re a current customer, this comprehensive overview will tell you everything you want to know about how our solutions can help your business. Learn what Red Hat Storage Server is, its high-level architecture, technology highlights, product details, unique feature set, common use cases, and areas of focus.
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Red Hat Storage Overview: Open Software-defined Storage
Check back with us next week to see a webinar on three different use cases for deploying Red Hat Storage Server in your data center. We’ll cover configuration best practices for back-up and archiving or nearline storage, content clouds, and high-performance computing workloads.