Data is the lifeline of any business and it is important to consider how enterprises store data, based on enterprise business needs. Harbour1® allows enterprises to select storage of choice that meets business objectives. Harbour1® presents varied storage formats to hold, organize and present data with objective driven distinct features and capabilities.
This allows enterprises to store data into blocks and then store them with unique identifiers. Block storage on Harbour1® offers durable, customizable block volumes, attached to virtual servers. Ease of manageability and customization makes them stand out.
Ideal for high-performing, mission-critical applications that require consistent input/output (I/O) performance
Retains data even after deletion of virtual server
Features such as snapshot and resizing, are available for block volumes
Critical business applications
Workloads that require low-latency
Storage-area network (SAN) environments
Today’s digital world requires data archiving and backing-up of unstructured data. Media and web contents like email, videos, image files, web pages and sensor data produced by IoT has taken the center stage. Object storage on Harbour1® is ideal for archiving data that does not change frequently.
Simple and flexible transfer of data
Scalability (upto PBs) and distributed access
Supports custom Metadata and various attributes
Petabyte-scale data volumes
Highly distributed systems
Distributed Storage systems
A hierarchical storage methodology used to organize and store data on a incompute storage or network-attached storage. File storage on Harbour1® is a Linux file system, and is the predominant human-readable storage format.
Hierarchical file storage works well with easily organized structured data
Allows multiple user access to the same file data parked at distinct locations
Eliminates the cost of maintaining in-house hardware
Local file sharing
Centralized file collaboration
Hot & Cold Backup
Newtwork-attached storage systems