Condor is excited to bring on some new webinar topics, available by signing up on our Contact Us page.
Cloud Archival: Archive CIFS and NFS data to your own private cloud with new software, it’s Symantec [Vault] on Steroids.
Parallel NAS: Illustrates Processes for private cloud based storage, behind the corp. firewall for file based data. Eliminates the need for HA hardware and SLA’s.
SSD Storage Options: Details what is available for the Enterprise, via Solid State Disk.
Hello Condor Readers,
We are seeking beta participants for a new open source cloud computing NAS gateway. You can build this privately or port to a public cloud such as Amazon S3 or Nirvanix. Differentiator: Performance scales as you add nodes and up to “150+” nodes can be built out with no performance penalties, plus it’s easy to administer by a typical IT person (no need for knowledge of clustering/luster/HPC, etc.). ROI [vs. a public cloud price model], is less than 6 months in most cases. Condor Storage is a Value Added Reseller, meaning we architect, showcase and integrate data storage products we have carefully selected for their unique edge over what is commercially available at higher costs. We are proud of our abilities to broker significant price breaks for our repeat clients. If you are interested in more details on this product, please contact us. Special early adopter pricing is available. email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Visit our Contact US page and we’ll call you right back: http://www.condorstorage.com/contact_info.htm
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