Software-Defined Storage Unification Fabric
Unify and Protect your Data Layer
Enterprise Data Layers Are Increasingly Complex and Insecure
Enterprises often find it challenging to keep up with the rapid proliferation and availability of various on-premise and cloud storage solutions across the organization. The result is an increasingly complex, difficult to secure, and often expensive vendor-locked ecosystem.
How StorageFabric Unifies and Secures Enterprise Data Layer Painlessly
StorageFabric is an ultra high performance, global scale-out software platform that enables enterprises to integrate, protect and unify tens of on-prem and in-cloud storage providers. It seamlessly offers unified virtual namespaces through standard APIs to enterprise users world-wide. StorageFabric frees the enterprise from expensive vendor lock-in and integration complexity, while handling the significant security vulnerabilities that come with the cloud.
Whether on-prem or in the cloud, enterprise applications and users can now focus on business logic and let StorageFabric handle the difficult bits including inter-system integration, API incompatibilities, data migration, security and integrity, vendor lock-in, etc. A full scale-out architecture enables ultra-high performance with multi-Tbps speeds.
At the end of the day, all data is fully protected even in the case of a cloud breach. The enterprise has gained unprecedented agility, costs have been slashed, and storage vendor lock-in has all but disappeared.
Learn how StorageFabric solved significant integration challenges for a Fortune 25 enterprise while also saving them tens of millions. In this short video we briefly explore their path to modernize on-prem infrastructure while looking forward to increasing cloud adoption.
The enterprise was faced with a veritable spaghetti of interactions between tens of legacy systems and newer tech: a dozen underlying storage systems with different APIs, handling resource provisioning, identity management, access control, logging, metering, billing, charge-back, archival and backups, as well as enforcing a wide range of enterprise policies etc. Once cloud adoption rolled in, this was compounded by the significant increase in vulnerability surface and the requirement to enforce cyber policies enterprise-wide as it extends or bursts into the cloud. Finally, the architecture needed to securely and reliably scale across many lines of business.