Citrix ShareFile is the enterprise file sync-and-share solution for over 65,000 businesses and was recently named as a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for the third consecutive year. Our value pillars of increased security, enhanced workforce productivity, and unmatched flexibility are driving the customer choice and industry recognition.
When it comes to unmatched flexibility, our customers love that they can choose where to store their ShareFile data. Whether it’s in the cloud, hybrid, or on-premises, we help you say yes to the storage solution that makes your business run best.
Our customers also love when we partner with leading storage solution providers, like Red Hat with their Red Hat Ceph Storage product. Red Hat Ceph Storage is a massively scalable, open source, software-defined storage platform that delivers unified storage for your cloud environment. With block, object, and file storage combined in one platform, Red Hat Ceph Storage does the work of efficiently and automatically managing all your data. Red Hat Ceph Storage and ShareFile together give you the ability to scale with low overhead, even as you scale into hundreds of petabytes.
You can also feel confident knowing that Red Hat Ceph Storage has been certified by Citrix for use with ShareFile.
“Citrix is committed to supporting our customers by enabling them to more securely access their data regardless of the storage infrastructure they choose,” said Greg Lissy, Vice President of Enterprise Product Management at Citrix. “By collaborating with Red Hat and certifying Red Hat Ceph Storage for use with Citrix ShareFile, we continue to develop solutions that help our customers embrace digital business transformation, all while remaining competitive.”
Red Hat is excited to be collaborating with a leader in file-based collaboration like Citrix. With Citrix ShareFile enabling file-based workforce productivity combined with Red Hat Ceph Storage’s distributed, scalable object store as a back-end, we feel this offers a compelling solution for enterprises looking to expand usage of their investment in Ceph. —Ben Cherian, Director of Partnerships, Alliances and Channel for Red Hat Storage.