Due to the exponential growth of data, determining the exact storage needs is a challenge for businesses of all sizes and types. The increasing role of Big Data technologies is redefining the requirements for storage and pushing companies to innovate aggressively. The emergence of software defined datacenters has given rise to software defined storage, thereby giving a quantum leap to enterprises. Owing to this, enterprises are rapidly adopting network-centric storage models for security, IT efficiency, business agility and simplified management of complex storage requirements. The rapid pace of data growth demands superior storage back-ends and storage management solutions, that can help you infer, categorize and protect data as per the need and significance. Clogeny has extensive expertise working on the complete storage stack for leading storage brands. Our deep expertise in areas such as filesystems, cluster filesystems, cloud storage, network-defined storage and storage management offers a unique blend of product innovation & industry experience.
|Cluster File Systems||
|Linux Kernel Development||
|Block Device Drivers||
Know more about our portfolio & projects:
- Lustre-based Storage Appliance
Web services design, chartling, metric management, automated and manual QA
- Lustre Filesystem Porting
Involved updating the Lustre patches and code to use all the new kernel APIs and interfaces.
- E2fsck Scalability for NAS storage box
Implemented algorithms to improve e2fsck's memory usage and enable e2fsck to 16TB storage.
- Lustre Automation & Management on Amazon EC2 cloud
Designed and developed an automation and management suite for setting up and managing Lustre environment on the Amazon cloud.
- Cloud Backup
Provides Hierarchical Storage Management in the cloud enabling users to decide their DR and cloud backup strategies.
- Cloud CDN Sync
A custom synchronization application used operating system specific hooks to pick up filesystem changes and sync them to the customer's CDN account.
- Porting Veritas VxVM to IBM Linux on zSeries platform
Architecture quirks of zSeries and modifying the Linux VxVM code to adjust to the changes.
- U-Boot device driver development
Involved working closely hardware in terms of writing device and bus level drivers for embedded PowerPC based systems