Attunity Ltd., a
leading provider of information availability software solutions, announced
today that Attunity
CloudBeam, its fully-managed software as a service (SaaS) platform for
Amazon Web Services (AWS), has emerged successfully from private beta into
public beta with two high-performance data movement services: upload to cloud
and replication between cloud regions.
Attunity CloudBeam supports
business-critical initiatives including BI/analytics, disaster recovery,
backup, archive, and content availability. Extending its ability to address
these requirements, Attunity has added three new solutions to Attunity CloudBeam,
now available in private beta: managed file transfer to cloud, file replication
to cloud, and upload to cloud automation application. In all, Attunity
CloudBeam customers will be able to enjoy the following benefits:
- Automation - provides robust scheduling
of data transfer processes, including continuous synchronization. The
command line interface also enables application level automation.
- Acceleration - high-performance movement
of very large files and large numbers of files to, from, and between cloud
- Manageability - enables user to fully
manage cloud data movement without the overhead of building and
maintaining cloud infrastructure.
- Reliability - provides fully audited,
guaranteed and recoverable file transfers.
- Security - encrypts all transfers to
ensure data is not tampered with or viewed inappropriately.
- Affordability - Subscription-based
services, enables customers to pay based on usage.
"Attunity CloudBeam helps users realize
the promise of cloud computing by alleviating the Big Data bottleneck and
infrastructure maintenance challenges," stated Matt Benati, VP Global
Marketing at Attunity. "We are excited to move into public beta
and offer Attunity CloudBeam to an even broader audience."
To register for any of the Attunity
CloudBeam services, complete the registration form HERE
and subscribe to the service(s) of your choice. For more information about
Attunity CloudBeam's public or private beta services, click HERE.