Cloud backup is the way to go in 2018 (and has been for some years now). This approach ensures that data is backed up in a safe and accessible manner and has now become the most common use case for many new-gen IT systems. If you’re looking for an alternative to cloud backup, SoftNAS has announced that its Cloud Essentials v3.7 will see release laser this month. The solution is designed to work alongside Veeam‘s Availability Suite.
The Houston-based company calls itself a cloud-native software defined cloud data platform for enterprise control of any data, in any location. The Switzerland based Veeam develops software for backing-up vSphere and Hyper-V virtual environments.
“What’s really innovative is how this solution enables mounting a cloud-based NFS backup repository from on-premises, overcoming the usual performance gaps with slow cloud gateways and making Veeam synthetic full merges fly in the cloud,” said Rick Braddy, CEO, CTO and founder of SoftNAS.
SoftNAS claims that thousands of businesses globally–including many of the Fortune 2000–use SoftNAS Cloud to migrate business and SaaS applications to the cloud, consolidate file servers and for backup storage.
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