Enterprise Online Storage Provider Online-Storage.com Launches New Website Offering Scalable Cloud Storage and Cloud Computing Software
June 15, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsOnline-Storage.com, a provider of cloud storage and scalable backup solutions, announces the launch of its new website aimed at "bid data" storage, scale-out management and data archiving. As enterprises move to cloud-based storage, online-storage.com will work to provide the tools necessary to facilitate that move.
The company's solution includes enterprise online storage software architecture that allows for scalability of up to 810TB per system in just 26U of total rack space. The SAN/NAS storage server appliance scales to 2PB per unit and includes hybrid SSD caching. Corporations can easily run IO intensive applications in a virtual setting. The IaaS software platform is perfect for library and government archival solutions and even media production and rendering companies seeking to produce large amounts of video in a rapid fashion.
Network operators can now seamlessly run a nearly unlimited number of server appliances as if they were a single unit, with the speed of a fully integrated NOS. In addition, the solution is appliance agnostic and works on commodity hardware. It also runs on all major operating systems including Linux, VMware, Windows OS/X and XenServer and allows for use of your Amazon S3 backup account to select volumes and pool activities while the system is fully operational.
As storage needs grow within the organization, the system allows for cost-effective growth management of storage and usage patterns between various accounts. A friendly graphical user interface provides the capabilities for the rapid management of "big data" in a very real and productive way. The industry is certainly in a growth trajectory and online-storage.com is intent on providing premium enterprise solutions to its rapidly growing base of customers.
Online-Storage.com is a premium provider of enterprise backup and cloud computing solutions that differ from the competition in processes, functionality and feature-sets. The company's processes and procedures allow for the complete archival solutions required of an enterprise storage operator. The company is privately-funded, fully profitable and is headquartered in Seattle, WA.