We are excited to see AWS talking this week about how easy it is to leverage Nasuni and AWS Storage to provide nearly infinite file server capacity, while offering the high-performance file access of traditional NAS and saving customers an average of 40%-60%/year in the process.
From the AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog: How to Get the Global Scalability of AWS Storage at Local Speed with Nasuni
Henry Axelrod, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS, points out why Nasuni is attractive to AWS prospects and customers, “Nasuni is an AWS Partner Network (APN) Advanced Technology Partner with the AWS Storage Competency. With industry-leading encryption, local performance, and pay-as-you-go pricing, Nasuni makes it easy and cost-effective to add storage capacity.”
Henry goes on to point out that Nasuni uses the highly durable Amazon S3 as the primary data store, while still enabling customers to access it from anywhere in the world at local speeds, using standard file sharing protocols. He then walks us through a first-time setup, from start to finish, in just a few sections.
Check out Henry’s post to learn how easily and quickly companies like Morton Salt, Brooks, Perkins + Will, and Movado have configured and deployed Nasuni with AWS to replace legacy, expensive on-premises file server, NAS, backup, and DR infrastructure.