About Qumulo

Smarter storage, built to solve your data problems

Data has become the lifeblood of business.

Enterprises today rely on their data being available wherever and whenever they do business, whether that’s around the country or around the world. Increasingly, this also means availability across on-premises and public cloud environments, as well as the requirement to scale-across environments.

Qumulo’s feature-rich storage platform was built to solve the problems caused by modern data volume and workloads. Qumulo’s software provides unlimited scalability, real-time visibility and analytics. Since Qumulo is software, you have the freedom to choose the hardware you want to run, where you want to run it (on premise, cloud, or any combination).

What is Qumulo?

The name Qumulo is a play on the Latin word “cumulo,” meaning “stack,” which is how unstructured data is stored. It also refers to cumulonimbus clouds.

 

Qumulo named a leader

Gartner Magic Quadrant for Distributed File Systems and Object Storage

Qumulo has been named a Leader on the Gartner 2018 Magic Quadrant for Distributed File Systems and Object Storage. Download your complimentary report today!

Careers at Qumulo

We build a team of people we’re proud to know. Learn more about our culture and view open job postings.

Our Customers

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Partner Program

We believe that our partners are an extension of our company and should be rewarded for their commitment and activity.

The latest from the Qumulo blog:

The road to all-flash (Part 1)

By Daniel Pehush and Gunter Zink The mission : Early beginnings A long, long time ago, on a chilly, dreary, afternoon in late fall of 2016, Jason Sturgeon, our hardware product owner here at Qumulo, conveyed to the hardware engineering team that our current and...

Page faults and high-performance storage

When analyzing the performance of a distributed storage system, there are many things to consider. The characteristics of your algorithms (both local and distributed), network topology, the throughput and latency capabilities of your underlying storage media, and many...

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