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Zadara Storage Awarded AWS Storage Competency for Primary File Storage and Cloud NAS

Zadara Storage, the provider of enterprise-class storage-as-a-service (STaaS), today announced it has been recognized by Amazon Web Services (AWS) as a Storage Competency Partner as part of the AWS Partner Network (APN) Competency Program. The decision to include Zadara in the AWS Partner Network Competency Program is based on overall market success, technical proficiency and their proven success in enterprise storage-as-a-service offerings.

The AWS Storage Competency Program focuses on solutions designed to deliver secure, scalable, durable and efficient storage. APN Partners who have attained the Storage Competency have demonstrated success in helping customers evaluate and use the techniques and technologies of effectively storing data in the AWS Cloud.

The Zadara Virtual Private Storage Array (VPSA) service provides flexible and cost-effective enterprise-class SAN and NAS cloud storage using dedicated, on-demand resources. The company's award-winning VPSA solution simultaneously lowers customers' storage costs and dramatically increases their ability to react quickly to rapidly evolving customer needs. Zadara offers AWS customers a premium storage alternative with a full set of enterprise features, physical drives, NFS/CIFS access, iSCSI sharing, the unique Multi-Zone HA feature, and a 100% data availability SLA. Additionally, the Zadara On-Premise as a Service (OPaaS) solution gives AWS customers seamless data movement between Zadara On-Premise storage and Cloud storage.

"We are proud to be part of the AWS Partner Network Competency Program," said Noam Shendar, vice president of business development at Zadara Storage. "The program highlights to customers select AWS partners who offer unique and differentiated solutions. Our Virtual Private Storage Array solution allows customers to have enterprise-class cloud storage as a service with all of the economic benefits and flexibility of the cloud."

Published Thursday, December 04, 2014 3:07 PM by David Marshall
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