Kubernetes Product Tech

Keep Pace with Kubernetes Storage Demands

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Container management standard was designed for scale-out applications, so storage systems must scale-out too.   Kubernetes, the popular container management system, offers enterprises many benefits: agility, scalability, faster development, and management. Consequently, open-source orchestration software has quickly been gaining traction. One ripple effect is many enterprise storage systems are struggling to keep pace with their […] READ MORE


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Get a Quobyte Demo in Seconds with Docker

By  Peer Dampmann  on  

UPDATE (February 2021): We migrated the demo to our new 3.0 release. Being developers and sysadmins ourselves, we like software that we can just test quickly in a container. That’s why we decided to bring you a single container demo of Quobyte. This demo will start a container with all Quobyte services and the Quobyte […] READ MORE


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Kubernetes + Quobyte Tutorials and Resources

By  Björn Kolbeck  on  

It has been some time since our first blog post on Quobyte and Kubernetes (Quobernetes) and this year marks the fifth anniversary of our Kubernetes support. Our new Quobyte Free Edition comes with full Kubernetes support, so it’s time for new tutorials how to take full advantage of Quobyte persistent volumes: A step-by-step guide on how […] READ MORE


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Quobyte Feature Spotlight: Auto Layout

By  Björn Kolbeck  on  

One of the big challenges for storage admins is the mix of millions (billions?) of small files and large files in the same file system. Small files need to be treated differently than large files, e.g. you want them on flash for high performance. On the other hand, large files are great for HDDs to […] READ MORE


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Fireside Chat with 3vGeomatics

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In a fireside chat with Joe Chapman, IT Manager at 3vGeomatics, Quobyte’s CEO and Co-founder Bjorn Kolbeck discussed how 3vGeomatics, an InSAR company is helping to solve complex problems. Following is a brief summary of the conversation: 3vGeomatics’ goal is to make InSAR contribute to all assets, life, and environmental protection.  With the advent of […] READ MORE


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Quobyte is Advancing the Future of Storage with it’s 3.0 Version

By  Björn Kolbeck  on  

We recently announced the availability of our latest Quobyte release, version 3.0, which comes with tons of new features. This blog will provide a quick overview of the new features. There will be more blog posts about individual new features in the coming weeks, so watch this space.  At Quobyte, we have a different way […] READ MORE


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NFS is NSFW anymore

By  Björn Kolbeck  on  

It’s no secret that I don’t like the NFS protocol – it’s dated and is the root cause for the inability of many file storage products to scale. NFS has clearly failed at meeting the scale needs of users and applications, and in enabling appropriate data safety to address security, compliance, and availability. It’s also worth pointing out that […] READ MORE


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Quobyte Autodeployment on Oracle Cloud

By  Björn Kolbeck  on  

We’re happy to announce, in collaboration with Oracle, the availability of an automatic deployment of Quobyte on Oracle Cloud. It’s based on terraform and can easily be adapted and integrated into your overall cluster deployment. The fast networking with 100G ethernet and availability of bare metal machines make Oracle Cloud particularly useful for some of […] READ MORE


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Quobyte MPI-IO Support with Kernel-Bypass Now Available

By  Alexey Karandashev  on  

We are pleased to announce our cooperation with MPICH and the release of our Quobyte I/O backend driver on the main branch of MPICH, available publicly today. This driver uses the user space Quobyte library, libquobyte, to communicate directly with the Quobyte filesystem, allowing MPICH-built MPI programs to circumvent the native system I/O operations. Bypassing […] READ MORE


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Machine Learning in the Enterprise Requires the Right Storage

By  Björn Kolbeck  on  

While Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning have become the buzziest of buzz words over the past year or so, I was using Machine Learning for protein-folding prediction and drug design as a research student 15 years ago. Back then you needed a compute cluster or, better yet, a vector machine to train complex neural networks […] READ MORE