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Red Hat Storage 2.0 Could Bridge the File System/Big Data Gap

It could be the killer combination of server technologies: unified object storage with sharded, distributed big data. Imagine Hadoop clusters whose locales transcend both geographies and clouds, and whose contents can be addressed the same way as any other file. It could help bridge the current gap between big data clusters and regulated, relational databases. Red Hat is planning such a move, as part of its ongoing beta of what’s now called Red Hat Storage 2.
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