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QNAP Cinder Driver Supports OpenStack Ocata, Providing Block Storageand Snapshots

QNAP Cinder Driver Supports OpenStack Ocata, Providing Block Storageand Snapshots

QNAP® Systems, Inc. today announced that the QNAP Cinder Driver has been verified by OpenStack® to support the upcoming “Ocata” version. Businesses can easily configure QNAP NAS as block storage supporting their OpenStack environment to build a cost-effective hybrid cloud solution.

“The support for the OpenStack Cinder Driver enables QNAP’s enterprise-grade NAS to be an integral part of OpenStack ecosystems, providing businesses with a flexible, easy-to-use, and low-cost storage solution,” said Waterball Liu, Product Manager of QNAP.

With the QNAP Cinder Driver users can easily implement QNAP NAS for OpenStack to attain highly-available and secure storage for on-site data, as well as to protect virtual machine data by using snapshots for data recovery whenever needed.

QNAP recommends high-performance Enterprise NAS models for providing OpenStack storage. This range includes the Enterprise ZFS NAS that features dual active-active controllers and the QES operating system that supports High-Availability, near-limitless snapshots, data deduplication, and compression. Other recommended NAS include the TES-1885U and TES-3085U. Powered by Intel® Xeon® D processors, they are capable of running either the QTS or QES operating system on a single rackmount NAS and acting as an ideal backup NAS for Enterprise ZFS NAS.

OpenStack Ocata has a projected release date of February 22, 2017.

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