Excelero, a provider of distributed block storage software, has attained the Red Hat OpenShift Operator certification for its NVMesh elastic NVMe software. With the RedHat certification, storage architects can add high-performing, low latency NVMe storage into the native Red Hat OpenShift environment and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) with Excelero NVMesh. They can also extend their support for both on-premises and public cloud deployments with their choice of network protocols for demanding applications.

Photo Edo Ganot Chief Business Officer Excelero
Excelero will make continuous efforts in creating low-cost storage architectures in order to accelerate the digital transformation journey of the OpenShift data community, says Excelero’s Chief Business Officer Edo Ganot.

IT teams can create agile storage infrastructures with the Excelero NVMesh’s native support for RHEL CoreOS via its NVMesh operator that plays the role of a custom controller to install and access NVMesh inside OpenShift clusters. The best part might be that IT teams don’t need an external storage cluster or appliance to perform the above-mentioned task. They also extend their support for hybrid cloud, public cloud, multi-cloud and on-premises models with a similar technology stack. Customers are free to choose the RDMA and TCP/IP that would be based on powerful networking.

Excelero’s Chief Business Officer Edo Ganot said that Red Hat OpenShift has authorized companies to support multi-cloud use cases and give them a boost in terms of flexibility and performance. He further said that Excelero has been working with some major clients on extending the NVMesh support to public clouds. He concluded his statement by saying that Excelero is obliged to be a part of the Red Hat OpenShift Operator ecosystem and it will make continuous efforts in creating low-cost storage architectures in order to accelerate the digital transformation journey of the OpenShift data community.

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Vice President of partner ecosystems, products, and technologies, Lars Herrmann said that Red Hat OpenShift works in a way to make the process of building and deploying container-based applications across any cloud environment for various companies. He ended his statement by saying that the Red Hat family welcomes Excelero as a Red Hat certified operator that will surely help customers in managing and automating their OpenShift deployments.

Excelero NVMesh’s CSI and operators are available in the Red Hat ecosystem catalog that is accessible to all. Talking about Excelero in brief, the company is an industry leader in distributed block storage software. It offers Elastic NVMe software that boosts the AI training and analytics workloads of different sizes.

The company utilizes standard instances in the public clouds and standard servers in the data center. This would directly lower the cost of software licenses. NVMesh’s main role has been to remove data congestion and allowing teams to access the data at desired speeds regardless of the location in private and public clouds.

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