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Qumulo has partnered with Google to support Qumulo’s distributed, hybrid cloud file system on GCP and on the Google Cloud Platform Marketplace. Enterprises will be able to take advantage of the elastic compute resources, operational agility, and advanced services that Google’s public cloud offers.
HPE and Qumulo teamed up to offer a modern scale-out file system that scales across on-prem, hybrid and cloud environments, all designed on purpose-built and density optimized HPE Apollo 4200 nodes to better protect customers from malicious attacks by offering superior security and end to end encryption.
With a global reach in over 55 countries worldwide, HPE and Qumulo help manage large-scale, hot/ warm machine, and application data, in emerging workloads for autonomous vehicle programs, data archiving, medical imaging, video surveillance, and healthcare, amongst others.
HPE GreenLake and Qumulo’s hybrid cloud file software enable you to start with the capacity you need today and grow your infrastructure based on business demand, leveraging active capacity management. The combination also provides variable monthly payments based on metered usage, and helps eliminate overprovisioning. Included services help to remove the heavy lifting often required from IT, freeing up IT personnel to focus instead on delivering business value.
Fujitsu incorporates Qumulo’s hybrid cloud file storage software as part of its storage portfolio. The joint solution allows seamless scaling of file storage clusters across the data center and the cloud. Through teaming up with Qumulo, Fujitsu makes it possible for enterprises to scale file storage clusters more easily and without disruption.
The joint Fujitsu and Qumulo partnership helps consolidate, manage and transform large unstructured data workloads such as rich media and video from surveillance cameras, LIDAR and diagnostic imaging, and the Internet of Things.