Hedvig software-defined storage aims to advance the market

The goal for Hedvig software-defined storage is to turn commodity servers into petabyte-scale block (iSCSI), file (NFS) and object (Amazon Simple Storage Service and OpenStack Swift) storage. The vendor claims its software connects to any hypervisor, runs in any cloud, and provides enterprise storage capabilities such as inline deduplication/compression, thin provisioning, server-side caching, snapshots/clones, auto tiering and wide striping.

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The goal for Hedvig software-defined storage is to turn commodity servers into petabyte-scale block (iSCSI), file (NFS) and object (Amazon Simple Storage Service and OpenStack Swift) storage. The vendor claims its software connects to any hypervisor, runs in any cloud, and provides enterprise storage capabilities such as inline deduplication/compression, thin provisioning, server-side caching, snapshots/clones, auto tiering and wide striping.