Overview

Avere Systems gives organizations the ability to put an end to the rising cost and complexity of data storage, the freedom to store files anywhere – in the cloud or on premises – all without sacrificing the performance, availability or security of their data. As file systems experts, Avere’s FXT Edge filer technology provides flexibility, agility and performance in NAS and Hybrid Cloud NAS environments.

Avere helps government IT departments easily manage, archive, and scale compute and storage up and down and bridges cloud resources with on-premises infrastructures. Large data sets and security requirements, as well as expertise in connecting existing network-attached storage (NAS) to object-based options, don’t have to hinder building a fast and flexible infrastructure that can improve productivity and reduce risks. With Avere Hybrid Cloud NAS, agencies can gain the advantages of cloud incentives and big cloud advantages —reliability, agility and security with FIPS 140-2 compliant encryption. Cloud is enabled without the perceived difficulties of rewriting necessary applications or undertaking difficult, timely conversions and ultimately helps to reduce dependencies on large banks of government-owned servers and storage filers.

Products

  • Avere FXT Edge Filers

    Perfect for both hybrid cloud and traditional environments, Avere FXT Edge filers separate storage performance from capacity and come as both software-only (virtual) and hardware caching appliances, configured to tier data on the appropriate storage based on demand.

  • Avere OS

    Avere OS delivered as a virtual, software-only solution or physical, hardware-included appliance provides full-featured NFS and SMB/CIFS functionality with scalable performance through dynamic tiering, clustering for intensive I/O, and global namespace.

  • FlashCloud

    FlashCloudTM software translates NFS and SMB/CIFS operations into object API calls and creates a feature-rich file system in the cloud that eliminates latency between cloud and on-premises storage.

  • FlashMove

    Avere FlashMove on an FXT cluster takes the pain out of NAS data migrations with simple, non-disruptive moves of live data between multiple, even heterogeneous, NAS filers or private or public cloud.

  • FlashMirror

    Implement flexible, high-performance, comprehensive NAS data protection using Avere FlashMirror® to quickly replicate data to multiple NAS filers, even heterogeneous ones, or the cloud.

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Avere FlashMirrorTM software running on an Avere FXT cluster provides a flexible and high-performance solution for implementing comprehensive data protection across a NAS infrastructure.