Reliable and Easy to use OpenStack Block Storage.
What you’ll get
Based on the OpenStack project Cinder, our cloud block storage offers you the option to dynamically increase and decrease your storage without having to worry about any unscalable costly physical upgrades to your storage or server. With no upfront costs and pay as you go platforms, you can have maximum flexibility while your cloud applications can grow as fast as you’d like them to.
Provides Volume Storage for Virtual Machines and Bare Metal
Provide volume storage to both bare metal and virtual machines through block storage from OpenStack.
Cinder is capable of provisioning volume storage for virtual machines using Nova, as well as for volume storage for bare metal through Ironic.
Compatible with Numerous Storage Backends
Cinder makes it possible for users to work with their desired storage backends without complications.
Avoids Backend Limitations
OpenStack’s Cinder enables users to create volumes regardless of the backend they’re using. It contains the necessary codes to work with Dell EMC, HPE, Huawei, IBM, NetApp, and much more.
Simplifies Code Management
As opposed to manually maintaining the sets of codes required for integrating with each backend, users only need to keep one. They can use Cinder for the management of all their provisioning and deleting needs.
Manages All of Your Storage Devices Using a Single API
Simplify the management of your storage devices with OpenStack’s block storage
One Code For All Backends
As opposed to maintaining a different code for each backend, only a single code is needed, as Cinder acts as the holder of all of the codes for creating volumes on different backends.
Integration Made Simple
With each of the backends being within Cinder, users no longer need to create integrations between other services and their backend; they can use Cinder to communicate.
Integrates Seamlessly With Key Management for Data Encryption at Rest
Get the best of both OpenStack’s block storage and key management technologies.
Integration With Key Management
With Cinder and Key Management, when a server is started, the associated key needs to be pulled down for its content to be decrypted.
Securing Data At Rest
By encrypting your data at rest, it becomes inaccessible to those without the appropriate key, ensuring that your content remains secure, even if someone takes the server.
Moves Data Across Different Storage Backends
Cinder works with your backends, timeline, and budget when migrating your data.
Sensitive To Your Timeline
With Cinder, users have the option of transferring their existing storage systems to a different backend either all at once or bit by bit through an automated process that doesn’t require much of their resources.
Works With Your Budget
Cinder makes it possible for users to save money by phasing out their existing, expensive storage hardware and migrating their data to Ceph.
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