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OSNEXUS Announces QuantaStor SDS Data Migration Edition for Easy and Cost-effective Cloud Data Transport

QuantaStor SDS Data Migration Edition provides enterprises with a fast, secure and cost-effective solution to transport data between datacenters and on-premises sites

BELLEVUE, Wash., Jan. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- OSNEXUS, the leading developer of Software Defined Storage (SDS) solutions, today announced QuantaStor SDS Data Migration Edition to help enterprises migrate and transport multiple terabytes of file, block and object storage between datacenters and on-premises sites using mobile hardware and a custom licensed edition of QuantaStor SDS.

Combining the power of QuantaStor SDS' high-performance software defined storage platform with a secure mobile server, QuantaStor SDS Data Migration Edition can scale to over a petabyte of storage simply by linking appliances together as a grid for on-site data import and export. The data migration appliance also includes QuantaStor SDS' end-to-end security coverage with protocol-level encryption, hardware and software disk drive encryption with Intel AES-NI technology and advanced user security featuring role-based access controls.

"QuantaStor SDS Data Migration Edition solves the problem of cost-effectively moving large amounts of data into and out of datacenters or cloud environments while making it easy to copy, compress, encrypt and ship data anywhere at any time," said Steve Umbehocker, CEO of OSNEXUS. "With our grid technology, data migration appliances scale to over a petabyte of mobile storage all managed as a single unit to ensure data is safe and secure whether in transit, in the cloud or on-site."

QuantaStor SDS allows IT administrators to set up and manage complex open source scale-out file, block and object storage technologies with only a few mouse clicks for use cases including high-performance computing, Big Data, virtualization and backup and archive.

QuantaStor SDS Data Migration Edition Highlights:

Cloud Migration - For migrating large amounts of data into or out of global datacenters or on-premises sites, QuantaStor SDS Data Migration Edition is a fast, secure and cost-effective solution in lieu of transferring data via the Internet or WANs.

Datacenter Consolidation - QuantaStor SDS Data Migration Edition ensures that data is securely and cost-effectively transferred when consolidating under-performing data centers or optimizing existing data centers with new servers and storage infrastructure.

Disaster Recovery - For offline or online backups of large data quantities stored in datacenters or on-premises, QuantaStor SDS Data Migration Edition appliances can retrieve or move large amounts of data more quickly than over high-speed Internet or WANs.

Content Distribution - QuantaStor SDS Data Migration Edition can be used for sharing large amounts of data with customers or partners. Ideal use cases include on-site media and film production or content distribution.

About OSNEXUS
OSNEXUS enables organizations to manage their storage ranging from small sites to hyper-scale deployments across global datacenters with its QuantaStor SDS industry-leading Software Defined Storage (SDS) platform. The QuantaStor SDS platform provides scale-out file, block, and object storage technology as a single, easy-to-manage solution. QuantaStor SDS, deployed by Global 500 companies worldwide, addresses a broad set of storage use cases including server virtualization, big data, cloud computing, and high performance applications through scale-out physical and virtual storage appliances.

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© 2017 OSNEXUS Corporation. All rights reserved. OSNEXUS and QuantaStor are trademarks or registered trademarks of OSNEXUS Corporation. Product features, specifications, system requirements and availability are subject to change without notice.

 

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