Connect NAS devices in seconds and automate backups for petabytes of data and billions of files
Protect more petabytes with less infrastructure and eliminate backup windows while preserving NAS performance
Optimize cost and performance with policies that span public cloud storage tiers
Whether you want to keep backup and archive data onsite or in the cloud, Igneous gives you the choice.
Fully automated permissions provisioning, export discovery, and snapshot management
Backup doesn’t have to be actively managed day to day because our system does it for you
Highly parallelized, multi-threaded, latency-aware data movement can keep up with any unstructured environment
No. While Igneous DataProtect uses NAS system resources to scan and protect, the service monitors latency at all times, during all tasks, and will throttle back its resource consumption if NAS system latency starts to increase.
During backup operations, backup data is uploaded to the customers AWS account and storage tier such as S3, S3 Standard-IA, S3 Glacier Archive and S3 Glacier Deep Archive. File metadata – information associated with each file such as create and modify times, file size, etc. – is uploaded to a customer specific Igneous cloud instance, where it is used to provide index and search capabilities.
All data uploaded by DataProtect is compressed and encoded into a grouped binary format, and are encrypted during upload via TLS over HTTP (HTTPS). Data is stored in buckets in your account ensuring control over your data. All your metadata is stored in its own Igneous-managed instance, which is single-tenant and customer-specific
Backup and archive data are encrypted via HTTPS (TLS) while in transit, and are secured and protected by AWS perimeter infrastructure while at rest on your cloud storage.