Dell and Scality offer file and object storage solutions that expand to multiple petabytes and billions of objects with linear performance scaling for high capacity environments.
These solutions combine Scality RING software with Dell server and storage hardware and are purpose-built, validated, optimized and tested for RING environments. They are designed for 100% uptime and run on the proven PowerEdge x86 server platform to increase flexibility and provide cloud economics to large storage environments.
Scality & Dell News
Scality and Dell Expand Collaboration to Provide Petabyte-Scale Software-defined Storage Solutions for Digital Businesses
April 19, 2016 – Dell and Scality have combined engineering efforts to offer the Dell SD7000-S, the densest purpose-built storage server for the Scality RING file and object-based architecture….
April 19, 2016 – In this video, David Harvey, Scality Vice President of Strategic Alliances and Travis Vigil, Dell Storage Executive Director of Product Management, discuss the Dell-Scality partnership.
August 18, 2015 – New Relationship Considerably Extends Scality’s Market Reach through Dell’s Worldwide Sales Organization and Provides Enterprises with One-Stop Shopping for Large Capacity Storage…
January 8, 2013 – Scality Joins the Dell Technology Partner Program offering a software based High Performance Object Storage solution…
Collateral & Videos
Webinars & Case Studies
In this webinar, Dell, Scality and ESG discuss the growth of unstructured data, the benefits for software-defined storage, and the success of Dell + Scality with several customers.
Discover how Host Europe, a leading provider of web hosting and Internet services in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, successfully implemented a cloud storage project based on the Scality RING that allows it to offer a cost-effective storage solution to its customers.
Find out how the Photogrammetry and Image Analysis department at Earth Observation Center (part of the German Aerospace Center) uses the Scality RING to store and manage millions of files. The RING allows parallel access — up to 40 workstations at a time — which was not possible with the existing infrastructure.