Hammerspace Software

Hammerspace is a powerful, scalable software solution designed to automate unstructured data orchestration and global file access across any vendor's storage at the edge, in data centers, and in the cloud.


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    Software to Unify Data Silos

    Hammerspace overcomes the limitations of fragmented on-prem & cloud data environments.

    Metadata-Driven Data Orchestration

    Hammerspace solves key problems IT organizations face when managing global data access, plus data orchestration and data services across multi-vendor silos, including the edge, on-prem storage from any vendor & one or more cloud providers.  

    Simplify Control, Increase Utilization

    Hammerspace is a vendor-neutral software solution that makes data a global resource, so IT staff can automate data orchestration by policy, but without interrupting user access. It enables organizations to extend the life of existing storage resources to reduce costs, while also enabling the flexibility of hybrid-cloud and multi-site use cases seamlessly.

    Scale-Out Architecture Expands and Contracts as You Need it

    Hammerspace is installed in minutes with a single software package on any combination of bare-metal servers, type-two hypervisors, and/or cloud instances, for maximum flexibility. Its scale-out architecture can start very small at a single site, but dynamically expand to support very high-performance use cases at one location, or also grow to span the globe seamlessly across multiple on-prem and/or cloud-based data centers.


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