Critical Capabilities for Object Storage
Today’s infrastructure and operations leaders are looking for the best way to manage their ever-growing amount of unstructured data. We believe NetApp® StorageGRID® simplifies the public cloud experience for on-premises deployments.
Read Gartner’s Critical Capabilities for Object Storage Report.
The Next Generation of Object Storage
Store and manage unstructured data at scale using StorageGRID® for secure, durable object storage.
Place content in the right location, at the right time, and on the right storage tier—optimizing workflows and reducing overall costs for globally distributed rich media.
Your Unstructured Data at Scale
Store and manage unstructured data at scale using NetApp StorageGRID for secure, durable object storage. Take control of rich content and transform your business.
Award-winning StorageGRID Software-defined Object Storage
Our next generation scale-optimized data solution maximizes control over rich content, enabling secure, fluid movement.
Gain greater efficiency and strong data governance with storage infrastructure for cloud applications built for AWS S3.
Leverage policy-based data placement across data centers and storage tiers at cloud speed.
Reduce cost and store massive amounts of data using a scale-out, S3-compatible, NetApp-engineered appliance. Achieve 11 nines availability and 15 nines durability with StorageGRID's unique Layered Erasure Coding protection.
NetApp is Positioned as a Leader
Discover why IDC named NetApp® StorageGRID® a leader in the 2018 IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Object-Based Storage (OBS) Vendor Assessment
Primary Use Cases
Models & Specifications
The SG5760 and SG6060 requires 208V-240V power. It will not function with 120V power.
* 1U compute server and 4U storage array - environmental specifications using 220V for compute server.
Multiple Business Advantages
Discover compute, networking, and storage in a single chassis—a building block for enterprise-grade object storage that’s easy to deploy.
Deploy StorageGRID on virtual machines (VMs) on VMware.
Deploy on RHEL/CentOS servers in Docker Containers.