Avere Systems Announces Special FXT Series Edge Filer Offering
New offer allows organizations to extend their on-premises infrastructure to cloud storage using AWS.
Avere Systems has introduced a special Avere FXT Series Edge Filer offering that will help new customers to quickly deploy and evaluate an end-to-end hybrid solution with minimal investment. Customers will receive an Avere FXT 3200 Edge Filer bundle and up to $10,000 in Amazon S3 storage credits, allowing them to store up to 50TB in Amazon S3 at little to no extra cost.
The Avere FXT Series is a hybrid storage solution that provides the flexibility and agility needed by enterprises looking to integrate traditional NAS architectures with Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud storage while maintaining performance and availability. In complex IT environments, Avere enables easy movement of data between existing on-premises storage systems and AWS.
The time-limited offering is priced from $20,000 and is subject to an Avere customer qualification process. The offering includes:
- An Avere FXT 3200 Edge Filer bundle with:
- Unlimited capacity NAS core software
- One year of FlashCloudTM capacity-based software
- FlashMoveR data migration software
- One year of GOLD hardware support
- One year of software support
- Avere Installation services
- Up to $10,000 in Amazon Simple Storage Solution (Amazon S3) storage credits
Ron Bianchini, president and CEO, Avere Systems, said “We make it easy for enterprises to move data in and out of Amazon S3 and to quickly reap the benefits of cloud storage,” said Ron Bianchini, president and CEO at Avere. “As a technology partner in the AWS Partner Network (APN), we work closely to provide customers with an easy on-ramp from traditional on-premises storage to the AWS Cloud, allowing them to quickly benefit from a hybrid storage architecture without changes to their infrastructure or the need to rewrite applications.”
This article was originally posted “Avere Systems Announces Special FXT Series Edge Filer Offering” from Cloud Strategy Magazine.