July 24, 2013
AUSTIN, Tex., July 24 -- Caringo, the leading provider of object storage software, today announced the latest version of its CloudScaler enterprise gateway that, combined with CAStor, provides enterprises and service providers robust and efficient object storage as the foundation for dependable and scalable cloud storage service.
CloudScaler 2.0 adds Amazon S3 API support and increased control, authentication and metering of CAStor. The combined solution provides enterprises and service providers with a robust feature set that meets the most demanding enterprise use case requirements, going beyond the simple scalable storage offered through open source solutions and services such as S3.
"For many enterprise use cases S3 is not a candidate. Cloud storage service providers want on-demand storage like S3, but still need the performance, security and control of having storage behind their firewall," said Mark Goros, CEO of Caringo. "CloudScaler 2.0 and CAStor empower our customers to build solid and dependable storage services while maintaining control and ensuring content integrity to meet the most demanding cloud storage use case requirements."
Caringo will be hosting a webinar to demonstrate CloudScaler 2.0 and interoperability with Citrix Cloud Portal Business Manager 2.0 on August 21 at 10:00 a.m. Pacific /1:00 p.m. Eastern – register here.
Caringo provides smart storage software that combines ease of management, intelligent automation and elastic data protection transforming commodity servers into massively scalable, fault tolerant object storage that preserves your data in addition to your resources and time. Caringo gives you control over the volume, velocity and variability of unstructured information associated with active archives, big data, and cloud storage.
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