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Google adds High Scale storage tier to Filestore

June 16, 2020

Via: ZDnet

About a year after acquiring the scale-out file storage provider Elastifile, Google has integrated its capabilities into its own file storage system, Filestore. The cloud provider on Tuesday announced the rollout of Filestore High Scale, a new storage tier that should make it easier for customers to migrate applications to Google Cloud Platform, as well as to meet the demands of big compute workloads.

With the new Filestore High Scale tier, customers can scale capacity up and down based on demand, supporting concurrent access by tens of thousands of clients. It offers scalable performance up to 16 GB/sec throughput and 480K IOPS.

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