In today's reality, enterprises are looking at designing and implementing a strong private cloud at the same time that they can rent additional capacity on the cloud to acommodate peaks and specific demands. The desire is to take their VMs as-is and run them on any cloud, without modifications.
HTBASE has developed a distributed hypervisor that is part of Maestro Composable Infrastructure, OCH (OneCloud Hypervisor), where we enable enterprises to completely encapsulate their Virtual machines and run it on any cloud, without any changes.
Through OCH, organizations can also pool storage from existing cloud disks and include it into the centralized pool of storage managed by HTFS and Maestro
With Maestro and OCH, organizations can break free from the cloud vendor lock-in, being able to move unmodified workloads and scaling storage to any cloud, at any time.
Build Nested virtualization in your cloud servers and reduce public cloud costs by 45%. Run any VM. Anywhere.
Scale your storage pool by adding disks directly from cloud providers, coupling with tiering to assign data locality and performance.
OCH leverages Maestro's Software-Defined Network layer that virtualizes the connectivity between cloud infrastructures, building a single network.
An important part of OCH is a high performance hypervisor capable of running unmodified guests on top of public and private clouds, such as AWS, Azure and Google Cloud.
Conventional hypervisors such as VMware ESXi, KVM and Acropolis are designed to run only on physical x86 hardware. On the other hand, OCH offers nested virtualization capabilities that can run inside public cloud servers, where access to the physical CPU is not available.
This enables enterprises to run their existing OCH and VMware VMs unmodified on top of public cloud servers where everything about the VM stays the same - application settings, network and storage, which is distributed between private and public with HTFS.
HTFS is part and embedded into Maestro's software and appliance editions