The LINBIT® company profile was recently featured on StorageNewsletter.com. After sharing key information, the post goes on to highlight the founders and key executives before sharing the following text about the technology:
“The generic Ethernet is strong enough to carry storage workloads these days. The general-purpose CPUs and the Linux kernel which hosts the workloads can also perform storage virtualization. By converging compute and storage machines, you gain by reducing storage access latencies and network load. SDS is the way forward.
Beyond that, Linux proved that the open-source development model created a vibrant community, the leading OS. This will also happen in the world of storage software and the companies in that field.
DRBD®, LINSTOR®, Pacemaker, and Piraeus are open-source projects hosted on Github and mainly backed by LINBIT.”
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