Any cloud, public or private
Single namespace for all clouds
Native cloud format
Understand your data at scale
Open source, under Apache 2.0 license
Metadata storage on local or shared storage
The Zenko Vision
Zenko is Scality’s Open Source Multi-Cloud Data Controller
Public cloud leaders strive to establish monopolies that lock-in access to information and remove choice. We believe that everyone should be in control of their data. Zenko is an Open Source Multi-Cloud Controller. Zenko is not a data mover, not a gateway, and not a brokerage service for public clouds.
“Zenko gave NodeWeaver a set of fundamental capabilities – complete AWS S3 compatibility, object storage replication, load balancing – in a way that is simple, consistent and reliable.”
CEO at NodeWeaver
Your data always accessible directly in any cloud
Offering more freedom?
Most tools available today apply some sort of a post-treatment to data when putting it to the cloud. It might be compression, splitting it into multiple parts, or simply adding metadata straight into it. Regardless of the post-treatment, once applied, the only tool you’ll be able to use to read your data is the tool you used to put it, which is frustrating when you use multiple clouds.
Zenko solves that problem for you by uploading your raw data to the cloud you choose. No need to download a copy anymore to be able to read your object: simply compute and read from any cloud browser!
Why Try Zenko?
Public cloud leaders strive to establish monopolies that lock-in access to information and remove choice.
We believe that everyone should be in control of their data. Zenko’s mission is to allow everyone to be in control of their data, while leveraging the efficiency of private and public clouds.
Zenko builds on the success of Scality CloudServer, the open-source implementation of the Amazon S3 API, which has enjoyed more than half a million DockerHub downloads.
We Believe in…
“S3 Server, a simple way to help develop applications that work with S3 and object storage, which will give us more business and deployment flexibility.”
Stef Van Dessel
Chief Engineer at Telenet