Caringo FileFly Secondary Storage Solution offers Multi-Cloud Support for AWS, Azure & Google Cloud
AUSTIN, Texas, March 7, 2019 — Today, Caringo announced that the FileFly 3.0 Community Edition is now available for download. FileFly is Caringo’s award-winning data storage management software that tiers data from Windows Servers and NetApp filers to Caringo Swarm while keeping data instantly accessible to all existing applications and users.
FileFly is the only solution you need for complete, automated data lifecycle management of all your unstructured data—from creation to preservation. You select the level of file data movement based on your business requirements and reap the benefits of consolidating data on a single platform, easily adding a remote disaster recovery (DR) site, seamless transparent file backup and smart provisioning of primary storage.
FileFly 3.0 Community Edition offers a full-featured 25 TB license at no cost and targets now include Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud in addition to Swarm. This gives users the ability to rapidly add a remote DR site in their preferred region.
“Our new FileFly Community Edition gives users an easy way to try FileFly 3.0 without making an upfront investment or long-term commitment. In fact, they do not even have to modify their existing workflows,” said Adrian “AJ” Herrera, Caringo VP of Marketing.
Like earlier versions, FileFly 3.0 continues to enable organizations to scale storage to multiple petabytes and trillions of files, optimize filers, and consolidate files across multiple locations, allowing organizations to take advantage of public, private or hybrid cloud infrastructure with no application changes and while retaining transparent end-user file access.
For more information, visit the FileFly Product Page or email info@Caringo.com. You can also register for Caringo’s upcoming Tech Tuesday webinar: Using FileFly to Manage Your Data with Azure, Google, Amazon or Swarm.
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