Cloud Storage Firm Nasuni Gets AWS Competency Status For Primary Storage

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Cloud_Storage-Firm-Nasuni-Achieves-AWS-Competency-Status-For-Primary-Storage Cloud Storage Firm Nasuni Gets AWS Competency Status For Primary StorageThe provider of Cloud file services, Nasuni announced that it has gained Amazon Web Services (AWS) Storage Competency status for primary storage use cases. The recognition confirms that Nasuni Cloud File Services meet AWS’s severe technical proficiency requirements for primary storage and are shown in successful deployments with customers that store their data in Amazon S3 (Amazon Simple Storage Service).

With this AWS Storage Competency status achievement, Boston, Massachusetts-based Nasuni is now also an AWS Well-Architected Partner within the AWS Partner Network (APN). The AWS Well-Architected designation is offered to APN Technology Partners that allow Cloud architects in the customer community to develop secure, high performing, flexible and dynamic infrastructure with AWS and APN Technology partners’ solutions. For primitive storage of unorganized file data, various companies, including the American Civil Liberties Union, IDL Worldwide, Hyatt, Movado, and Perkins+Will, rely on Nasuni Cloud File Services and Amazon S3. Users can set up their data configure and finely-tuned access controls with Amazon S3’s easy-to-use features to meet specific business, organizational, and compliance requirements. Amazon S3 is supposedly designed for 99 percent of durability, and stores data for millions of applications for businesses globally.

Enclosed of four software-defined services and based on UniFS, Nasuni’s patented global file system that stores all file and metadata in Cloud storage and caches active files at the edge of the network for high performance, the Cloud storage company enables enterprises to store, defend, synchronize and collect unstructured data at large scale.