Nasuni and Amazon S3 cloud object storage enable enterprises to store, protect, archive, share, and collaborate on rapidly growing file data at scale, with the performance and security of traditional on-premises file storage.
Object storage can be the more scalable, cost-effective alternative to legacy file storage. But it needs a file system to exploit these advantages. The first global file system designed to scale inside object storage, Nasuni UniFS brings all the capabilities of traditional NAS, file server, and archiving technologies to Amazon S3.
Nasuni and Amazon deliver a key digital transformation capability not available with traditional NAS and file servers – the ability to share files across any number of locations. The Nasuni platform uses Amazon as the one true source of all files, then keeps active files synchronized on edge appliances so everyone in every office is always working on the latest version. It’s like having one massive global file server.
Nasuni with Amazon offers another digital transformation capability not found anywhere else – global file lock.
Implemented as a scalable cloud service instead of tied to a single NAS controller or cluster, Nasuni Global File Lock ensures only one person in the world can edit a file at a time, helping minimize version conflict and productivity loss.
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