SUSE Enterprise Storage 6, the upcoming release from SUSE, enables IT organizations to seamlessly adapt to changing business demands while reducing IT operational expense with new features focused on containerized and cloud workload support, improved integration with public cloud and enhanced data protection capabilities. This release of SUSE Enterprise Storage will be available for first customer ship in early June. However, you can download a BETA version today and give release 6 a test drive. It is built on the upstream Ceph release: Nautilus and updated to run on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP1 BETA. There are a lot of new features in SUSE Enterprise Storage 6. Here’s just a few of them broken down by four major focus areas;
Manageability: The new Ceph Dashboard which replaces openATTIC
Availability: Sync to external cloud via S3
Efficiency: QoS for RDB
There’s a whole lot more so I encourage you to visit the SUSE Enterprise Storage 6 BETA homepage. If you decide to download a copy and give it a try I would also encourage to sign up for the Storage Public Beta Program Mailing List. And if you want to learn more about SUSE Enterprise Storage 6 please watch the BETA Webinar.
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