By Drew Robb, January 18,2019
Recovery Point is a provider of IT infrastructure and business resilience services, supporting everything from mainframes to desktops. In addition to DRaaS, it offers private, multitenant, hyperscale, and hybrid cloud products.
Alibaba is hard to beat for companies with operations in Asia that seek infrastructure that supports agile workloads.
Virtustream Storage Cloud (VSC) is an object storage service based on Dell EMC's storage appliances. It is used primarily for archiving.
Rackspace has a competitive professional and managed service team that can provide a white-glove approach to implementing and managing storage-centric cloud use cases.
Oracle gets high marks for its full menu of cloud storage features. Enterprise buyers will find a robust offering that serves all of their workload needs.
Azure Cloud Storage is good for archiving, backup, content distribution, application development, cloud-native applications, and big data analytics.
IBM's Cloud Storage is designed for scale with a focus on durability and resiliency. It leverages more than 70 partnerships with enterprise ISVs in content distribution, analytics, data management, archiving, backup and cloud storage gateways.
Google Cloud Platform (GCP) has consistently higher availability and markedly better network performance when compared to its main competitors for its multi-regional object storage service.
Amazon Web Services is a leader in cloud storage, and in the cloud market overall. AWS offers a comprehensive tool set that is hard to match. But it is not known for its customer service if you don't have a high dollar account.
To cope with the challenges of cloud storage security, IT managers must address entirely different issues, challenges and cloud security risks.
This very flexible software-defined storage solution offers low TCO and excellent performance.