Cost-effective disaster recovery simplified and deployed in minutes with continuous backup of Caringo Swarm Object Storage to Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage

Austin, TX, November 14, 2019 — Caringo, Inc. announced today that their Swarm Object Storage Solution is now validated with Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage. With Caringo and Wasabi, organizations can easily add a geographically dispersed disaster recovery site. The combined solution is simple to set up and offers seamless integration. It is designed to enable business continuity, reduce storage costs by eliminating the need to maintain a secondary data center and to satisfy hybrid cloud requirements for organizations at a fraction of the cost of other solutions.

Caringo Swarm, now market-hardened at version 11, is software-defined object storage that provides an S3-compatible, on-prem platform for data protection, management, organization and search at massive scale for unstructured data (e.g., photos, videos and files). Organizations can now instantly backup any Caringo Swarm Object Storage domain or an entire cluster to Wasabi for continuous built-in data protection, backup and disaster recovery. After backing up an entire Swarm domain or individual buckets to Wasabi, organizations can then restore their data to the original Swarm cluster or to an entirely new Swarm cluster directly from Wasabi.

Tony Barbagallo, Caringo CEO, said, “Caringo and Wasabi share a common bond in storage innovation. By validating compatibility of our products, we are providing an exceptional choice for organizations looking to solve pressing data protection and access issues for unstructured data without stressing IT staff hours and budget.”

Wasabi delivers disruptive storage technology that is 1/5th the price of Amazon S3 and faster than the competition with no fees for egress or API requests. The Caringo + Wasabi storage solution is ideal for organizations that want to keep data on-prem but also want an off-prem copy in an S3-compliant cloud storage service.

“The partnership with Caringo helps empower organizations to seamlessly move to the cloud via a hybrid model with ultimate data protection and organization for things like photos and videos that can take up a huge amount of space. By providing instant backup to the cloud, businesses can restore their data in almost any configuration they’d like at a fraction of the cost of other services,” said David Friend, CEO of Wasabi.

For more information, visit www.Caringo.com and www.Wasabi.com.

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About Caringo

Caringo was founded in 2005 to change the economics of storage by designing software from the ground up to solve the issues associated with relentless data growth. Caringo’s flagship product, Swarm, decouples data from applications and hardware providing a foundation for continued data access and analysis that continuously evolves while guaranteeing data integrity. Today, Caringo software-defined object storage solutions are used to preserve and provide access to rapidly scaling data sets across many industries by organizations such as NEP, Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC), Argonne National Labs, Texas Tech University, Department of Defense, the Brazilian Federal Court System, British Telecom and hundreds more worldwide.

About Wasabi

Wasabi is the hot cloud storage company delivering disruptive storage technology that is 1/5th the price of Amazon, faster than the competition with no fees for egress or API requests. Unlike first-generation cloud vendors, Wasabi is solely focused on providing the world’s best cloud object storage service. Created by Carbonite (Nasdaq: CARB) co-founders and cloud storage pioneers David Friend and Jeff Flowers, Wasabi is on a mission to commoditize the cloud storage industry. Wasabi is a privately held company based in Boston, MA. Follow and connect with Wasabi on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and their blog.