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Storage on Cloud- Competency
Cloud Storage is a critical component of cloud computing, holding the information used by applications. Big data analytics, data warehouses, Internet of Things, databases, and backup and archive applications all rely on some form of data storage architecture. Businesses are using cloud to enable faster disaster recovery of their critical IT systems without incurring the infrastructure expense of a second physical site.
In our effort to beat the curve, we have invested heavily in Engineering and have rolled out offerings that include Cloud Storage as one of the primary solution components; delivering great value to our customers.
As cloud partner to AWS, Azure, Oracle; our Storage competencies spread across multiple domains like Primary Storage, Backup & Recovery, and File Transfer & Data Replication.
- Store and process Block Data on Persistent Volumes for Amazon EC2 instances.
- Store and Share Data in Simple, Scalable File Systems
- Object Storage
- Archive Data in Low-Cost Storage
- Hybrid Cloud Storage with Seamless Integration and Optimized Data Transfer
Backup & RecoveryTransform traditional backup and recovery operations away from traditional tape or disk targets to use Conquo (on AWS) as a fast, cost-conscious method of data protection and management platform. Use AWS storage such as Amazon S3 or Amazon Glacier as the target for backups to provide high durability for AWS workloads.
File Transfer & Data ReplicationMove data from legacy storage solutions to new, AWS storage-based targets including Amazon S3 or Amazon EBS, and accelerate your existing connection to AWS resources.Moving Data into, and Out of, the AWS Cloud.
Customer Win Story
For a leading Semiconductor company we have archived upward of 50TB of data and stored it on Amazon Glacier. We successfully migrated their business critical data from on-prem using S3 Lifecycle Policy and Snowball data transport solution. This helped them move away from legacy hardware storage tapes, saving them almost 55% on storage operation costs.