Nasuni’s File Data Platform revolves around a global file system that uses object storage in public or private clouds as its repository. The Nasuni platform stores files, data and metadata in AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud. It keeps golden copies of data in public clouds while caching frequently accessed files on virtual and physical appliances for quick access.
The Nasuni File Data Platform is among a handful of global file systems that rely on cloud as back-end storage, a technology also been known as Cloud NAS, Cloud Native File System, Distributed Cloud File System and other labels.
Nasuni stores all directories and files, as well as metadata for data creation and modification, access control and other parameters in cloud-based object storage volumes. Mappings between the volume structure – files, directories, metadata, and objects – are also all stored in the cloud. Nasuni customers can access data from edge VMs at any on-premises or cloud location. Nasuni also provides multi-site file synchronization and global file locking, and keeps infinite versions of data for protection and recovery.
Nasuni File Data Platform Product Brief includes:
- Usage and Deployment
- EvaluScale Product Review Methodology
- Evaluator Group Opinion
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