Unlike other software-defined storage solutions, Quobyte offers real simplicity. It is a fully downloadable, POSIX distributed parallel file system that runs on any server, any cloud, giving you the ability to deploy anywhere.
Now cost-effectiveness and high-performance don't have to be a tradeoff. Quobyte runs on economical commodity servers and drives, yet delivers high performance for throughput, random IO, and small files.
Now that’s real software storage.
Quobyte linearly scales capacity and performance. You can scale them at any time - non disruptively - and even separately.LEARN MORE
Quobyte allows you to choose what you want to use for your storage: on the cloud, on prem, or hybrid. Quobyte runs on any x86 server, so you can use flash, HDD, on commodity hardware.LEARN MORE
You don't have to be a storage expert to use Quobyte. Quobyte makes storage simple. Easy install, and automated operations let you manage your storage easily.LEARN MORE
Quobyte allows you to consolidate all your data into a single platform and access it from any interface, including Linux, Windows, MacOS, NFS, and more. Quobyte also seamlessly combines file and object (S3) in the same namespace.LEARN MORE
Quobyte offers multi-layer protection for your data with end-to-end data encryption, unified ACLs, TLS, X.509 certificates and more.LEARN MORE
Quobyte had the reconfigurable flexibility that we were looking for, that (typically) came from some of the other larger, more expensive file systems.
To break down data silos, Quobyte combines both object (S3) and file in the same namespace. In Quobyte, an object is both an object, and a file at the same time.
Quobyte gives you full control on how you want to manage your data, providing you policy-based data management which can help you rapidly adapt to changing business, user and workload requirements.
Keeping your data safe is a priority for Quobyte. For that reason, Quobyte implements measures such as Synchronous Replication, Erasure Coding (EC), End-to-End Checksums.
Quobyte offers features such as flexibility, multi-tenancy, API firts, and much more, to meet the needs of demanding users and scale-out applications.
Check out other Quobyte features such as management, immutable files, integrations, and file system features such as snapshots, quotas on tenants and much more.
Quobyte runs on commodity Linux servers in user-space with hard disks and/or flash drives. The Quobyte services running on the servers communicate with each other and the clients via an IP network (v4 and v6 both supported).
All Quobyte services are redundant: They protect data and ensure availability with quorum replication or erasure coding.
Applications and users access Quobyte through native clients, user-space plugins (kernel bypass) for Hadoop or TensorFlow or gateways for Object/S3 or NFS.
Learn more about Quobyte's architecture and components and download our architecture whitepaper: