A storage company Qumulo has come with their unbelievable invention that could add one more thing in IT trends.

A network storage maker company has created the solution to the storage overload and data stream problem. The company introduced world’s first Universal-Scale file storage system.

The Universal-Scale file storage system makes a single file domain that can traverse both clouds as well as data centers. The file system called QF2.

The company explained that with the help of new file storage system the enterprise will store infinite data, as well as they, will be able to manage as well as access their file-based data in any operating environment.

The Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder, Peter Godman said, “Most software developers have no way of working directly with object storage, particularly.”

Further, Godman added, “The innovation does not happen against object storage, they happen against file storage, and they scale to enormous degrees.”

Qumulo explained about QF2 that the system contains capacity quotas as well as real-time analytics along with continuous cross-cluster replication and real-time snapshots. The new file system also includes QumuloDB, a state-of-the-art data management system. The QumuloDB improved for the particular requirements of file-based data.

The storage system was planned from the get-go to meet all prerequisites for scale and it keeps running on industry standard equipment. Its real-time diagnostics that empowers administrators to oversee information.

Some other features of the new discovery mainly consist of real-time visibility into large data sets, real-time quotas, and advanced directory-level snapshots.

The universal file storage system offers some of the key business features such as Billion-file scale, high performance, cloud-based monitoring and trends, freedom to store the files or data and real-time control at scale.

Qumulo clients FuseFX, Hyundai Mobis, Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington, and Sinclair Oil Corp are utilizing QF2 for mission-basic record based workloads.

The company launched QF2 on Amazon Web Services.