Enterprise IT environments are increasingly complex. Avere Hybrid Cloud NAS helps you simplify with an agile, efficient platform. Integrate existing NAS architectures with Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3 without sacrificing performance. Powered by Avere FXT Edge filers, the Avere high-performance file system enhances your current environment with easy access to AWS and helps migrate application workloads non-disruptively. With Avere, you can build a cloud strategy that makes sense for your business.
Visit Avere Systems in booth #813 at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas to search for the dragon in the Game of Stones. This virtual reality experience will take you on a quest through a castle, collecting gems to fuel your trek to the sky.
Not a fan of waiting? Start your quest today by scheduling a meeting with the Avere team while you're at re:Invent. We'll be in touch to schedule a time at the event that works for you.
Having a powerful file system running in Amazon can create the perfect environment that allows you to move those critical applications into the cloud and migrate workloads off of aging, expensive local infrastructure. With Avere, you get a balance of performance, scalability, and affordability needed to sustain these workloads. And the best part? You can reach back into on-prem NAS for the data.
What: Scott Jeschonek will present “Bursting File-based Workloads to AWS”
When: Tuesday, November 28 at 1:40 PM PT
Where: The Venetian, Level 1, Expo Hall Day 1 Theater
One of the world's leading cancer research centers wanted to reduce on-premises infrastructure and leverage Amazon Web Services (AWS) for compute and long-term storage. The center also wanted to integrate more agile processes for data backups and disaster recovery. Avere Hybrid Cloud Network Attached Storage (NAS) provided the solution, setting the transition in motion.
"Avere Hybrid Cloud NAS was the right decision for us. With enterprise performance and the ability to access AWS from our existing IT infrastructure, it’s a solution that allows us to meet the complex compute and storage demands needed for cancer research."
— Scientific Computing Director