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OceanStor DJ Service-Driven Storage Management Software

OpenStack-based storage management system providing unified control and management of NAS and SAN storage to solve performance bottlenecks, improve utilization, and provide resilient protection in enterprise and cloud computing environments. OceanStor DJ virtualizes storage systems from multiple vendors into a programmable storage pool enabling services-based storage to be easily provisioned and managed.

The system delivers workload-driven “storage resources on demand,” with dynamic resource allocation and automated backup to simplify management and reduce TCO of storage — increasing
performance and stability in large-scale data centers.

Unified control and management software for automating workload-based allocation of storage resouces and taming massive storage needs in the age of cloud computing and Big Data

  • Storage Resource Virtualization: Powerful software based on OpenStack Cinder and Manila to virtualize up to 500 heterogeneous storage devices into a centrally managed resource pool
  • Automatic Service-based Deployment: Open APIs enable programming of dynamic, workload-driven resource allocation based on SLAs for types of services to optimize ROI and TCO of storage resources
  • Access to 3rd-party Applications: Built-in support for a broad range of 3rd-party storage applications and data services available in the AppStore

Key Features

 Powerful Capabilities in 2 Versions

Basic Version

Advanced Version

Storage Resource Virtualization

Manageable block storage

Huawei: OceanStor T series storage, OceanStor V3 series storage, and FusionStorage distributed block storage

Huawei: OceanStor T series storage, OceanStor V3 series storage, and FusionStorage distributed block storage

EMC: VNX 5200/5400/5600/5800/7600/7800. VNXe e3100/e3300

HP: 3PAR 7000/8000


Manageable file storage

Huawei: OceanStor V3 series of unified storage, OceanStor 9000 series of distributed file storage

Storage device management scale

Single-node deployment: ≤ 128

Triple-node deployment (HA): ≤ 500

Manageable host types

SUSE Linux

Manageable FC switches

Brocade, CISCO

Self-defined virtual storage resource pools


SLA settings


Service Deployment Automation

Block storage service

Volume creation, mounting, deletion, expansion, and information query

File storage service

Creation of CIFS and NFS file sharing, deletion of sharing, and query of shared information

Replication service


Supports creation of volumes with the replication capability, and creation of replication for existing volumes

New service orchestration based on service requirements



3rd-party Applications

Backup service


Supports creation of volumes with the periodical backup capability

Supported backup software


Huawei eBackup, Eisoo AnyBackup, IBM TSM