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Announcing Enhanced Integrations with Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform

by Catherine Chiang – November 14, 2018

Igneous has launched enhanced integrations with all three major public cloud storage providers. These strengthened integrations grant data-centric organizations even more flexibility and control in using Igneous' policy-driven cloud tiering and replication workflows. All cloud data management operations are fully managed through Igneous' Unstructured Data Management as-a-Service solution, minimizing operational costs for customers.

Moving unstructured data at scale between public clouds and datacenters is a growing challenge for enterprises, placing larger burdens on enterprise IT. Igneous' as-a-Service solution shifts this burden onto the Igneous platform by equipping customers to automatically replicate backup exports and archive datasets to Microsoft Azure’s Hot, Cool, and Archive storage tiers; Google Cloud Platform’s Regional, Nearline, and Coldline storage tiers; and Amazon Web Services’ S3 Standard, S3 Infrequent Access (IA), and Glacier storage tiers.

Read more in our press release, or check out our Cloud Integrations page.

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