Find Out at Cloud Field Day 6 – September 26th
Wasn’t the cloud supposed to solve all our data-storage woes? Then why is distributed, remote data access still so cumbersome and, well, expensive? Because up until now, cloud storage and file services solutions have only re-packaged on-premises technologies and run them in the cloud. Download. Wait. Sync. Wait. You know the drill. And while the per GB price may be falling, the real cost for this is only going up. But there’s a new economy for cloud data access – one that’s being driven by object storage as leveraged by LucidLink.
LucidLink Filespaces™ delivers secure, on-demand data access – from anywhere and any device – no downloads, synchronization or expensive infrastructure required, all for a fraction of the cost you’re currently paying.
LucidLink co-founders Peter Thompson, CEO, and George Dochev, CTO, will take a deep dive into the unique technology that underpins our high-performance, SaaS, cloud-native file service for globally distributed file workloads running directly on object storage.
You’ll learn how Filespaces targets the limitations of NFS and SMB protocols in cloud environments by transforming object storage into a general-use file system, using it as if it were a local, shared volume. LucidLink offers unlimited capacity that requires no additional infrastructure and works with any S3 compliant storage provider, any file type, any device, and most major operating systems, including Linux, Windows, and macOS. The service works equally well over LAN and WAN and is secured with a best-in-class, “zero-knowledge” encryption that protects data at rest and in flight, every time. Now you can efficiently run file workloads on object storage to improve scalability, reliability, and data durability.
Filespaces lets you control cloud data access – bring your own storage or use ours or any S3 compliant provider; stream data on-demand, regardless of file size or geographic location; reduce your risk and exposure from data loss because only you hold the encryption key. The result is the next generation of data center infrastructure – the new economy of cloud data access – designed to deliver an all-new level of speed, functionality, and cost savings.
Want to learn more? Please join us on September 26th @ 12:30 p.m. PDT