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Cloud Backup and Storage Providing a Solution to all Your Storage Needs

With the partnership with Microsoft and Veeam, StoneFly now provides customers with well-balanced storage. StoneFly has taken upon itself to provide hyper-converged backup and disaster recovery appliances as physical or virtual solutions via on-premise, remote, private or public cloud installations.
Need for StoneFly Veeam specializes in providing backup and replication solutions on-premise and the public cloud. Customers are now able to connect their on-premise Veeam backup and replication archives to Microsoft Azure Cloud using Veeam Cloud Connect. However, there are storage limitations with Veeam VM in Microsoft Azure. It supports a 16 TB volume to be created by configuring the Linux and Windows operating systems. But even these volumes cannot store backup files larger than 1 TB in size because of the Azure file size limitation at the backend.
Cloud Backup and Storage Providing a Solution to all Your Storage Needs
So, it has hence become a necessity for customers to implement an additional storage solution that can scale out. StoneFly provides customers with the state-of-the-art backup and disaster recovery solution by integrating with Veeam. StoneFly provides Scale-out NAS cloud storage which only requires the customers to pay as they go. Customers only pay for the amount of storage they use which increases as they use more Scale-out storage.

Another need for StoneFly to provide this technology came forward with the issue of eDiscovery and Compliance. Organizations now seek to keep records for a much longer time to extract useful information from it. Cloud backup has resolved this issue with Azure allowing for archiving of data for up to 99 years.

Data Protection and Disaster Recovery

StoneFly provides data protection and disaster recovery in three procedures.

Cloud Backup and Storage Providing a Solution to all Your Storage Needs
StoneFly recognizes the issues pertaining with eDiscovery and Compliance. Organizations are looking for backup solutions which keep data for extended periods of time. Cloud has resolved these issues related to archiving. StoneFly provides storage, backup and disaster recovery to overcome the issues related to data losses.

The back-end provisioned storage is amassed with all the advanced features such as snapshots, read-write snapshot volumes, synchronous replication, optional hardware-assisted data deduplication, thin provisioning and more.

A combination of Snapshots and Replication results in a high availability and ability to instantly overcome disaster. StoneFly’s procedures have resulted in increased disaster recovery which has helped in achieving spontaneous business continuity.

We make sure that our customers are always satisfied by ensuring that the wheel of work keeps turning. Business continuity is a must; by decreasing down time due to disasters, we make sure that the business of our customers always moves forward.

StoneFly Carrying Customers Forward

 

StoneFly’s Scale-Out Cloud Storage in Microsoft Azure provides a handful of benefits to the customers:

  • Ending the limitations in storage – Scale-Out allows for nearly an unlimited amount of storage across multiple nodes.
  • Increased performance – More nodes resulting in data throughput aggregation.
  • Ease of access – Access a file stored in any storage from any node in the Scale-Out.
  • Economical – Payment per terabyte.
  • Backup and replication – Simple, fast and secure data access on-premise or cloud.
  • Ease of use and availability – No threats of business being stopped.
  • Customer centric and easy management – All the Cloud Storage nodes in the StoneFly Scale Out configuration in Microsoft Azure are managed through one GUI login.

StoneFly has taken it upon itself to provide only the best backup and disaster recovery solutions to its customers. All the powers lie in the hands of the customers while StoneFly keeps itself busy in providing the best possible experience to its customers.

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