Michigan-based Yottabyte claims to have a cloud-based operating system to control and manage virtually anything. The startup is coming out of stealth mode today with a plan to build private, public, and hybrid enterprise cloud storage, creating Google- and Amazon-like clouds that runs on an existing storage area network (SAN). Its OS has been in beta for months…
Yottabyte, provider of cloud operating system, announced on Wednesday Yottabyte Community Edition, a software platform for building a comprehensive, vendor-neutral virtual data center converging storage, compute and network.
Yottabyte, a two-year-old Michigan start-up with awfully big shoes to fill given its very big name, claims to have what every boy wants these days, a cloud operating system.
Yottabyte, a Michigan-based startup, on Wednesday launched a cloud operating system for building virtual data centers from commodity server, storage, and networking components and software.
BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP, MI — Yottabyte®, creator of the industry’s leading cloud operating system, today announced Yottabyte Community Edition, a software platform for building a comprehensive, vendor-neutral virtual data center converging storage, compute and network.
Underpinning Yottabyte Community Edition is a powerful cloud operating system, which enables enterprises to architect their data centers in a private, public or hybrid cloud; rapidly provision new functionality; leverage commodity hardware; and scale according to usage requirements or IT budgets. Regardless of the selected cloud architecture, Yottabyte Community Edition allows single-point, web-based administration — including provisioning, management and security — across the entire network. Yottabyte’s Community Edition is available as a free download.