Built for cloud storage:
Amazon S3, Amazon Glacier, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Storage, Openstack Swift ...
for Service Providers
Dec 17, 2015
Nov 24, 2015
With so many organizations looking at a Google Nearline or Amazon Glacier cold-storage architecture, it’s clear they’re searching for ways to better control the flow of information between their data centers and the cloud. But how to choose between Amazon Glacier and Google Nearline?
A good portion of IT seems to have lost track of why we do backups and why we archive. The problem isn’t mechanical data loss anymore. Amazon S3 and other cloud storage services do protect against crashing disk drives. The issue is that hacking, software errors and plain admin finger trouble pose much more serious threats to data today.
With cloud storage becoming more affordable, organizations of various sizes are exploring new ways to meet their increased storage demands especially for regular data backups.Download this white paper to learn how you can leverage public cloud storage service to provide managed off-site backup to your customers.