Without a clear definition, it’s difficult to answer the question posed as the title of this post. Last time I mentioned Hitachi, VPLEX from EMC, Nutanix and SolidFire. Since posting the last blog entry, I’ve had representations from Coraid (check out this presentation) and Zadara Storage (yet to be evaluated). So who else is claiming SDS? I’d be interested to know – feel free to add comments to this post with your justifications. In addition, I thought I’d run a poll to see what features people think are associated with Software Defined Storage, as per the list of definitions on the SDS Wikipedia page. Perhaps with a bit of validated background, then we can help to improve the definition. So have a look at the Wikipedia page (which provides more details on each of the poll selections) and please fill out the poll.
Who’s Doing Software Defined Storage?
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