Excelero
January 11, 2018

Excelero for non-storage folks

My friends and family often ask me what it is we do at Excelero. Most…
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Excelero
January 2, 2018

Happy N(VM)e(w) Year, happy 2018

2017 was a milestone year for Excelero: it was the year we officially launched the…
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EngineeringExcelero
December 4, 2017

The Advantage of Simple Replication with NVMe Disks

Any IT data professional knows what causes them the greatest grief. It’s the loss of…
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ExceleroPartners
November 13, 2017

Excelero Showcases Ultra-Scalable, Cost-Effective Storage for Demanding High-Performance Computing at SC17

As the Excelero team is packing to fly out to Denver for SuperComputing 2017 (SC17),…
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EngineeringExcelero
October 26, 2017

Ensuring High-Availability for NVMesh Management

In the last few technical posts, we concentrated mostly on client and target components, I/O…
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EngineeringExcelero
August 25, 2017

How to detect and fix data corruption bugs in a decentralized I/O model

A typical I/O model is one in which clients, a.k.a hosts and initiators, issue I/O…
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Excelero
August 3, 2017

European ESG study predicts bright future for storage startups that offer NVMe-based Software-defined Storage

Earlier this week I was (gently) slapped on the wrist by Mr. Chris Mellor when…
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EngineeringExcelero
July 28, 2017

SAN is Dead, Long Live SAN

What is SAN? In the age of standard servers and software defined “everything”, is there…
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EngineeringExcelero
July 21, 2017

NVMesh Topology Management Challenges

Excelero's NVMesh is a distributed, software-based data storage system. What is unique about NVMesh is…
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EngineeringExcelero
May 26, 2017

Developing High quality Data Services in Kernel

In the above image you see 3 iterations of full a unitests suite of data…
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