Qumulo, the Seattle-based information storage startup, introduced a bunch of updates as we speak together with help for NvME caching, an method that ought to allow clients to entry sooner flash storage at a lower cost level.
NvME flash storage growth is evolving shortly, driving down the worth with increased efficiency, a win-win state of affairs for giant information producers, however it’s nonetheless dearer than conventional drives. Qumulo CEO Invoice Richter identified that the software program nonetheless has to make the most of these altering flash storage dynamics.
To that finish, the corporate claims with its new NvME caching functionality, it’s giving clients the power to entry sooner flash storage for a similar value as spinning disks by optimizing the software program to extra intelligently handle information on its platform and make the most of the upper efficiency storage.
The corporate can also be asserting the power to dynamically scale utilizing the most recent applied sciences comparable to chips, reminiscence and storage in an automatic method. Additional, it’s offering automated information encryption at no extra cost and new prompt updates, which it says could be applied with none down time. Lastly, it has launched a brand new interface to make it simpler for patrons to maneuver their information from on premises information storage to Amazon S3.
Richter says that the corporate’s mission has all the time been about creating, managing and consuming huge quantities of file-based information. Because the pandemic has taken maintain, extra firms are shifting their information and functions to the cloud.
“The foremost secular tendencies that underpin Qumulo’s mission — the large quantity of file-based content material, and using cloud computing to unravel the content material problem, have each accelerated throughout the pandemic and we’ve got acquired actually clear indicators of that,” he stated.
Qumulo was based again in 2012 and has raised $351 million. Its most up-to-date elevate was a hefty $125 million final July on a valuation over $1.2 billion.