Excelero Debuts NVMesh Cloud Management Portal

Excelero, a provider of solutions for the most demanding public and private cloud workloads, has expanded its cloud portfolio with the launch of their NVMesh Cloud Management Portal. It would allow users to deploy and manage Excelero’s NVMesh storage software in the cloud quickly and easily.

The NVMesh cloud portal is a web-based management solution that is designed to simplify the deployment of NVMesh storage for critical business applications. It would allow IT teams to administer them from a single location.

NVMesh storage installations on the Azure cloud are now supported through the NVMesh cloud portal. Excelero will launch the first of numerous cloud-based management solutions in 2022.

The NVMesh Cloud Management Platform evolved from Excelero’s 2021 experiences in helping major organizations migrate their demanding workloads from on-premises to the cloud. Many industries, including financial institutions, genomics, retailing, aerospace, and oil and gas, have expressed an interest in investigating infrastructure options for monthly transaction reports that need full database scans, according to Excelero. Dedicated, multi-million dollar on-premises resources are almost solely used to operate these workloads. When the underlying infrastructure is poor, results might take tens of hours to arrive, and storage is frequently the bottleneck.

NVMesh Storage on Azure

Photo Yaniv Romem, CEO at Excelero
“The NVMesh Cloud Management Portal is a milestone on the delivery of a cloud-first strategy that will help our customers to further streamline their path to efficiency,” said Yaniv Romem, CEO at Excelero.

NVMesh provides institutions with a means to offloading pricey resources that have inflated budgets for years by offering storage performance they require in the cloud. As they migrate IO-intensive workloads from on-premises to public clouds, organizations may achieve business transformation goals, eliminate CapEx, and reduce OpEx while ensuring exceptional application performance.

IT administrators who want to migrate applications to the cloud may get an at-a-glance summary of deployment information, cluster attributes, and volumes with the NVMesh Cloud Management Portal – for simple evaluation and completion with click-to-deploy simplicity. For example, a financial institution running Oracle on Azure with Excelero’s NVMesh storage achieved 27GB/s OLAP read bandwidth and 1,300 OLTP transactions per second at 800k database IO operations per second in Oracle SLOB testing. This kind of speed was previously unheard of in the cloud, stated Excelero, thanks to NVMesh storage installations on the Azure cloud.

“The cloud is heavy on compute and networking performance, but generally storage performance is not good enough for many core workloads. Excelero is committed to expanding that by creating our cloud portfolio to help customers move their most important applications to the cloud,” said Yaniv Romem, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Excelero. “In pioneering engagements during 2021, Excelero helped leading institutions remove the storage bottleneck that prevented them from gaining a competitive edge in agility, cost and innovation. The NVMesh Cloud Management Portal is a milestone on the delivery of a cloud-first strategy that will help our customers to further streamline their path to efficiency.”

Excelero serves businesses with artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), high-performance computing (HPC), database acceleration, and analytics workloads with its storage solutions. Excelero’s software would provide a new level of storage capabilities to public clouds, allowing for a smooth migration of IO-intensive applications from on-premises to public clouds and enabling digital transformation.

NVMesh, Excelero’s flagship solution would turn NVMe SSDs into enterprise-grade secured storage that can be used with any local or distributed file system. NVMesh provides logical volumes with data security and constant monitoring of the stored data for reliability, thanks to its data-center scalability.