This week has seen announcements from two companies I’ve been interested in and following for some time.
Nasuni makes a storage appliance that stores all of a customer’s data in “the cloud”. It’s available either as a physical device (effectively a server running their software) or as a virtual machine. What makes their product interesting is that both the data and filer configuration reside on the cloud and can be reconstituted anywhere if for some reason the filer is lost (for example if the appliance is down or power was lost). The only piece of data the customer needs to retain
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