SoftNas Cloud NAS

SoftNAS is a Linux-based virtual appliance that’s deployed on modern hypervisor-based systems. It runs as a virtual machine, providing a broad range of software-defined capabilities, including data performance, cost management, availability, control, and security.

Buurst SoftNAS is a hybrid cloud data integration product, combining a software-defined, enterprise-class NAS virtual storage appliance, backups, and data movement; and data integration/replication for IT to manage and control data centrally. Customers save time and money while increasing efficiency.

SoftNAS Cloud NAS supports the following platforms:

  • Cloud computing platforms such as Amazon EC2 and Microsoft Azure
  • On-premise Computing Infrastructure such as VMware vSphere
  • Cost-effective storage solution for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)

Why SoftNAS Cloud NAS?

Standard cloud storage tools meet the basic needs of typical applications running in the cloud; however, these tools are generic and limited in their ability to meet various performance and availability requirements.

Applications and services such as high-performance SaaS solutions or VDI profile management require high IOPS and 5-9 availability as the application and data must always be accessible by customers. SoftNAS was built specifically for these customers to meet their unique performance requirements.

Additionally, the growth of application usage leads to an increase in stored cloud data. SoftNAS holds storage fees in check by charging by performance, not the amount of data stored.

SoftNAS provides customers a unified, integrated way to aggregate, transform, accelerate, protect and store data and to easily create hybrid cloud solutions that bridge islands of data across SaaS, legacy systems, remote offices, factories, IoT, analytics, AI, and machine learning, web services, SQL, NoSQL and the cloud – any kind of data. SoftNAS works with the most popular public, private, hybrid, and premises-based virtual cloud operating systems, including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and VMware vSphere.

Information Source – https://www.buurst.com/products/softnas/