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Azure passed a stringent set of test cases necessary to fulfill the requirements for the Aparavi Certified Cloud Destinations Program and achieve “Aparavi Certified” status. Active Archive gives Azure customers fine-grained control and the ability to dynamically discover, index, classify, and prune unstructured data while ensuring long term retention.
Aparavi has certified a growing list of cloud storage services in a multi-step validation process to ensure users have flexibility in choosing public and private cloud providers. Because Aparavi gives its customers the ability to use the most strategic or cost-effective cloud storage for their needs, to use multiple clouds, and to switch cloud vendors at any time, the Aparavi Certified Cloud Destinations Program helps guarantee that archived files can be moved from one vendor to another without requiring data to be brought on-premises first.
“Enterprises and MSPs trust Azure’s storage capabilities and Active Archive allows them to configure multi-tier and multi-tenant cloud architectures, to maximize mobility and agility in multi-cloud environments, and to create archive and retention policies that mitigate runaway data growth,” said Jonathan Calmes, vice president of business development at Aparavi. “The Active Archive platform on Azure is an excellent way to get control, independence, and cost savings over the long term.”
Aparavi, the world’s leading SaaS-based Active Archive helps organizations master out of control unstructured data growth. Delivering both on-premises and multi-cloud mobility, Aparavi provides intelligent data management with true storage independence, and together with an open-data format removes vendor lock-in, forever. Aparavi delivers huge savings by slowing secondary storage growth by 75 percent, with guaranteed availability regardless of how long data is retained. A pay-as-you-go model based on usage eliminates up-front expenditures for a better total cost of ownership. For more information visit http://www.aparavi.com.
Dan Miller, JPR Communications