Qumulo, the leader in enterprise-proven hybrid cloud file storage, announced the availability of its file storage software in the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Marketplace. Qumulo for GCP provides enterprise organizations with scalable file storage in the cloud that efficiently uses cloud-based resources to minimize solution costs.
“At Google Cloud we’re committed to providing customers with the right technology, flexibility and choice they need to succeed with the cloud,” said Manvinder Singh, director, partnerships at Google Cloud.
“It’s exciting to see the work that Qumulo and Google Cloud Platform are achieving together to advance workloads in the cloud. This collaborative solution is a great example of innovation made possible by the confluence of strong partnerships and technology.”
Gartner predicts that by 2021, more than 75 percent of midsize and large organizations will have adopted a multicloud and/or hybrid IT strategy.
The announcement underscores Qumulo’s commitment to bringing high performance, scalable file storage to the cloud, and complements Qumulo’s presence in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace. The Qumulo file system scales across on-prem, hybrid cloud and cloud environments, and is now available for purchase in the GCP Marketplace and the AWS Marketplace.
Qumulo’s multicloud strategy makes it easy for organizations to store, manage, and access their data, workloads and applications in either GCP and AWS. Qumulo also enables data replication between clouds for migration or multi-copy requirements.
Qumulo provides a complete set of enterprise features in the cloud including support for high-performance NFS & SMB, real-time data analytics and visibility, directory-based capacity quotas and snapshots. Data can quickly and easily be moved between clusters in data centers on-prem and within Qumulo cloud clusters with continuous replication.
Scaling to billions of files, and tens of petabytes, Qumulo solutions provide customers with file storage for the most demanding workloads. Its scale-out NAS enables extreme performance and is configurable to support a wide range of compute-intensive workloads such as VFX rendering, data analytics, artificial intelligence and genomic sequencing.
“Qumulo’s mission is to help our customers unleash the power of their file data, whether it’s on-prem or in public cloud platforms like GCP. We are excited by the power GCP offers our customers as they look for seamless solutions to scale their business and leverage the unique capabilities of the cloud,” said Molly Presley, global director product marketing, Qumulo.
“For global enterprises, public cloud providers are helping to revolutionize the storage industry and enable true digital transformation.”