Ceph Storage

Extremely scalable storage solution for data consistency

Renting flexible software-defined storage on Ceph technology provides a wide range of replicated storage configuration options and eliminates the risk of data unavailability.

Why rent Ceph Storage?

High data durability

Thanks to the data durability, you do not have to worry about disk failures or other problems affecting or damaging your data. Your stored data will always be consistent.

No request fees

Unlike multinational cloud providers, we do not charge you for every storage request you send. So, make as many requests as you need, and the final invoice will not surprise you at the end of the month.

40 Gbps connectivity

Storage is available with a minimum of eight (8) nodes – physical machines with dedicated power. Furthermore, each has a 40 Gbps connectivity capacity.

Compatibility with S3 or K8s

You can connect Ceph Storage with an Amazon S3 REST API or in the form of persistent storage with Kubernetes and OpenShift. Moreover, as block storage, it can also be used for KVM virtualisation.

How to use Ceph Storage?

Block RBD Storage

Distributes the data and workload between several nodes, thus ensuring scalability and high performance.

  • It can be run on any supported OS.
  • In the form of Persistent Storage, it can be connected to Kubernetes and OpenShift.
  • It serves as storage for KVM based virtualisation (Proxmox or OpenStack).

S3 Object Storage

It allows the data to be accessed from anywhere and shared across platforms.

  • Amazon S3 REST API compatible.
  • No charges for storage requests.
  • The charged amount is fixed, with no extra fees at the end of the month.

What is Ceph?

Ceph is a highly scalable distributed solution providing storage for objects, blocks, or files. Ceph clusters are designed to run on any hardware using the CRUSH (Controlled Replication Under Scalable Hashing) algorithm to provide persistent storage for data. In case one of the storages fails, the affacted data are identified automatically; a new replication is formed so that a required number of copies come into existence.

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