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Caringo Swarm Hybrid Cloud

Transfer data from S3 or NFS to Azure blobs or AWS for Compute Services & DR

Many organizations need to combine the economics and security of on-premise storage with the efficiency and additional services in clouds such as Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS). In standard gateway solutions, files move to the cloud in an opaque form either unusable to cloud compute services or inaccessible from other protocols.

The solution is Caringo Swarm Hybrid Cloud—combining the benefits of hassle-free, secure scale-out on-premise storage with the operational efficiencies of Microsoft Azure or AWS by utilizing innovative cross-protocol conversion.

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Access data via S3, NFS and Azure blobs

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Leverage cloud compute services

Seamlessly use Azure’s global data centers for DR Icon

Offsite protection for critical data

Caringo Swarm Hybrid Cloud converts files from an S3 object, Caringo object or NFS-accessible file with automated replication to a format usable by the major cloud service providers. Once the data is in the cloud, you can leverage the power of compute, data-protection and long-term archive services. Data that remains on-premise is protected and managed by Caringo Swarm.

“In typical hybrid cloud gateway solutions, files move to Microsoft Azure in an opaque form, either unusable to Azure compute services or inaccessible from other protocols. The Caringo solution transfers files ingested via S3 or NFS to Azure in native Blob format so users benefit from the power of Azure compute services, data-protection, and long-term archives.”

Tad Brockway, General Manager of Azure Storage, Microsoft Corp

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