Scalable Storage

Definition updated on November 2023

What are scalable storage systems?

A storage design that can scale up or down to meet shifting storage needs is referred to as a scalable storage system. Without encountering interruption or data loss, it can meet rising storage demands. These systems can be built in a variety of methods, including software-defined storage that can be expanded with more hardware or storage nodes and scale-out storage solutions that add processing and memory resources to a single cluster. Scalable storage systems are adaptable, economical, and perfect for enterprises needing immediate and continuous storage solutions.

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