Types of cloud storage
Our Production Storage sits on some of the industry's best technologies, using INFINIDAT and Dell PowerStore, we have SAN's located in all our Data Centres to provide high-speed storage as a service to our customers.
To reduce costs, we provide a backup tier of SAN Storage. Your data is stored on industry-leading dedicated backup/archive technology to guarantee your backup data is safe and accessible when you need it.
Benefits of Storage as a Service
From 1 Terabyte to multiple Petabytes, our storage as a service is incredibly scalable to grow with your business.
Mix and Match
You can pick either or both of our types of cloud storage to suit your needs.
One of the features of our cloud storage is that we base our SAN’s entirely in Australia to ensure you meet your data sovereignty requirements.
Turn your storage into an OPEX model to allow your business to become more agile, only paying for what you’re using.
Characteristics of cloud Storage as a Service
at the edge
We house our storage in local regional NSW Data Centres so they’re as close as possible to your workloads.
We always have several Petabytes of storage available so you never have to worry about running out of space again
Pay as you go
Unlike traditional on-premise storage where you must purchase based on what you feel you’ll need many years down the track, you only pay for what you need today.
Storage as a Service FAQs
Storage as a service (STaaS) is a model where the cloud service provider subscribes storage on a monthly basis to their customers.
Simply determine how much storage you require and what you’re trying to achieve (simple backups, DR etc). From there we will assign that to your company and link via the method you require.
Some of the popular use cases for STaaS are; production storage to supplement cloud compute, Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), and Backup services.
With Production Storage, this is simply linked to your hosted servers to act as your main storage source. DRaaS typically also uses Production Storage as it’s designed to be used in the case of an emergency to continue business operations without slowing performance. And lastly, backup services would typically use the backup/archive storage tier, where you will offload your on-site and/or cloud data to another location in the cloud.