Wise Cluster O3 has a lot of different features already built into it. So that it’s easier to add more value to data, without relying on dozens of different systems.
In addition to some well known features, it offers some unique ones relating to the stored objects that might help in reaching the project goals faster and easier. While there are more features than what’s listed here, none of them are as important as the problems they help solve. Wise Cluster always puts solutions first, features second.
The default mode of redundancy in Wise Cluster O3 is erasure coding. It increases the usable storage space with the same reliability guarantees.
From keeping data geographically close to the users, to remote disaster recovery deployments, or just adding new deployments to existing ones, Wise Cluster O3 supports a wide range of use cases involving multiple clusters under the same management.
Wise Cluster O3 supports different storage classes to handle varying levels of reliability guarantees. Classes are S3 compatible and it’s also possible to automatically move data between them using transition rules, for example in data archival solutions.
Wise Cluster O3 can encrypt objects before storing them to the physical drives, so that you can be sure that they’re totally inaccessible without your explicit permission, even after replacing them.
Wise Cluster O3 can compress objects on the fly before storing them using different algorithms. So it may be possible to store even more data depending on the data type.
Wise Cluster O3 can keep versions of all objects in the bucket, to be able to retrieve older versions of the same data, or prevent accidental deletion.
Buckets can be configured for object locking to support write-once-read-many scenarios. It’s possible to write-protect objects for a specified amount of time where data is being stored with compliance regulations.