Secret Tips for Cloud Economy: How to Store the Data and Save Costs
The storage solution market is constantly growing and players are consistently increasing their product offerings. It's so easy to get lost in the myriads of storage systems. Which one is right for your company model, business area and location?
By: Sardina Systems
At Sardina, we work with leading open source technologies like OpenStack and Kubernetes. In most cases, we advise our customers to choose Ceph storage (https://ceph.io/
Thanks to its capabilities to decouple data from physical hardware storage while using software abstraction layers and provide scaling and fault management monitoring, Ceph is an excellent choice for the private cloud environment. The system can successfully address considerable data volumes storage needs, making it optimal for cloud, Kubernetes, OpenStack. (https://www.openstack.org/)
Ceph is designed to be self-managed and self-healing;
With FishOS (https://www.sardinasystems.com/
It's not a secret that storage vendors charge you for storage volumes: the more you use – the more you pay. This is a typical pricing model in this industry. But FishOS can break the model because it works differently. What would you say if we offer to pay the same price no matter how much storage you use?
The FishOS pricing model makes it possible to pay a fixed fee based on the number of cores and expand storage volumes to the needed extension. No hidden costs; once set, it's up to you what storage capabilities are used. Furthermore, enjoying resizable storage, the customer gets many other options from the whole available FishOS package, including OpenStack and Kubernetes technologies, Service Manager and BeanCounter unique components or Zero-Downtime Upgrader to secure constant well-functioning workload operations.