Excelero Expands Cloud Portfolio with New NVMesh Cloud Management Portal
Streamlines the path for databases, analytics, AI/ML, and other demanding workloads to move to the public cloud with the performance they need.
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Excelero, a provider of solutions for public and private cloud workloads, has expanded its cloud portfolio with the debut of the NVMesh Cloud Management Portal for fast, easy deployment and operation of their award-winning NVMesh storage software in the cloud. A web-based management tool, the NVMesh cloud portal streamlines deployment of NVMesh storage for core business applications and allows IT teams to manage them from a readily accessible interface. The NVMesh cloud portal currently supports NVMesh storage deployments on the Azure cloud. It is the first of several cloud-based management tools Excelero will debut in 2022.
The NVMesh Cloud Management Platform evolved from Excelero’s 2021 experiences in helping major organizations migrate their demanding workloads from on-premises to the cloud. Pent up demand exists in numerous sectors -- financial institutions, genomics, retailers, aerospace, and oil and gas -- to explore infrastructure alternatives for monthly transaction reports that require full database scans. These workloads are almost exclusively run on dedicated, multimillion dollar on-premises resources. When the underlying infrastructure is too slow, delivery of results can take dozens of hours, and storage is often the main bottleneck.
By delivering the storage performance enterprises need in the cloud, NVMesh offers a path for offloading costly resources that have bloated budgets for years. Organizations can deliver on business transformation goals, avoid CapEx and minimize OpEx, while assuring stellar application performance as they move IO-intensive workloads from on-premises to public clouds.
With the NVMesh Cloud Management Portal, IT administrators who wish to move applications to the cloud now have an at-a-glance summary of deployment details, cluster properties, and volumes for easy review and completion with click-to-deploy simplicity.
For example, Oracle SLOB tests at a financial institution running Oracle on Azure with Excelero’s NVMesh storage achieved 27GB/s OLAP read bandwidth and 1,300 OLTP transactions per second at 800,000 database IO operations per second. Prior to NVMesh storage on Azure, this performance was unheard of in the cloud.
“The cloud is heavy on compute and networking performance, but generally storage performance is not good enough for many core workloads. Excelero is committed to expanding that,” said Yaniv Romem, CEO of Excelero.
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