The Best of Both Worlds: Combining File and Cloud Object Storage

Presented by

Daniel Collins, Product Marketing Manager, Wasabi

About this talk

Managing data storage growth is a challenge that almost every organization faces. That’s because there’s significant cost management associated with on-prem storage. When an on-prem NAS and/or Windows Server environment runs out of capacity, it forces the organizations to choose between deleting data or purchasing additional NAS storage. When the next NAS purchased reaches capacity, the never-ending NAS buying cycle continues. Wasabi Cloud NAS breaks the cycle by combining the ease of use of the NAS file format with the unlimited scalability of Wasabi cloud object storage. This creates a true hybrid cloud architecture that helps IT teams streamline the on-premises infrastructure and significantly drive down data storage costs. What you will learn: - The Challenge of Unstructured Data - Wasabi Cloud NAS Product - How Wasabi Breaks the Never-Ending NAS Buying Cycle - Cloud NAS Use Cases

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