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Revision as of 03:30, 28 September 2013

Datera, Inc.
Type Private
Industry Data storage systems
Founded 2013
Founder(s) Marc Fleischmann
Nicholas Bellinger
Claudio Fleiner
Headquarters 2570 W El Camino Real, Suite 550
Mountain View, CA 94040
, USA
Area served Worldwide
Key people Marc Fleischmann, CEO
Nicholas Bellinger, CTO
Claudio Fleiner, Architect
Kent Overstreet, Architect
Products LIO Target, bcache, Core-iSCSI
RTS OS
Employees 12 (Q3 FY2013)
Website datera.io

Datera, Inc. is a privately-held company headquartered in Mountain View, California, that develops SAN systems and software.

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History

Datera was founded by Marc Fleischmann, Nicholas Bellinger, and Claudio Fleiner in 2013, motivated by the inflection point that next-generation networking, virtualization and cloud computing technologies have brought to data storage systems.

Products

The company builds commercial storage systems and software, based on the Linux operating system and its open source LIO Linux SCSI Target engine, including a highly available version.

Datera has been among the first shipping multifunction virtualization (SR-IOV) compliant 10 GbE products that enable virtual guest environments to run iSCSI at or near 40 GbE line rates. LIO has become the standard Linux multiprotocol target with kernel version 2.6.38.[1][2]

Contact

Contact Datera, Inc. at:

See also

Notes

  1. Corbet, Jonathan (8/17/2010). "Notes from the LSF summit storage track". lnw.net. 
  2. Corbet, Jonathan (12/22/2010). "Shooting at SCSI targets". lnw.net. 

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