Zadara Storage Sponsors the Linux Storage, Filesystem & MM Summit
Zadara Storage joins Linux kernel storage and file system ecosystem experts
Zadara™ Storage is proud to be a Gold Sponsor of the Linux Storage, Filesystem & MM Summit 2013, and to contribute to the growth and development of the Linux kernel storage and file system ecosystem.
The Linux Storage, Filesystem & MM Summit, which will be taking place April 18-19, is an elite, by-invitation summit which brings together the top 100 worldwide Linux kernel developers and researchers of file and storage stacks. There, they tackle the most pressing issues and focus on upcoming technologies while providing a neutral collaborative environment that advances the state of the art of the Linux platform.
Our innovative Software Defined Storage Cloud (SDSC) technology was built from the ground up for private and public cloud deployments using the Linux FS & Storage fundamentals. The Linux FS and storage subsystems are at the heart of the IO-path and virtualization layer of Zadara’s award-winning Virtual Private Storage Arrays (VPSA™), which provide cloud customers with consistent Predictable Performance™, true high availability (HA), Cloud Block Storage and Cloud NAS with the flexibility and economics of the cloud.
Zadara Storage is a contributor to BTRFS, SCST, and MD file systems, specifically focusing on creating improvements to file storage, block data management and data protection layers, all of which are integral to Zadara SDSC technology. Participating in the summit highlights Zadara’s unique placement in the cloud market as a storage vendor utilizing Linux fundamentals, and places adds the company to the ranks of Linux storage experts.
“Our company is committed to contributing, advancing and finding solutions to help develop the Linux kernel storage and file system ecosystem,” said Yair Hershko, Zadara’s vice president of engineering. With the evolution of the cloud and virtualization of storage, we hope to provide major contributions to supporting Linux components. We are looking forward to joining the Linux community at the Linux Storage, Filesystem & MM Summit andto collaborating with other community members on optimizing the current Linux FS storage stack and in helping evolve upcoming technologies.”