Top 8 Public Cloud Storage Services Tools
NetApp Cloud Volumes ONTAPMicrosoft Azure File StorageAzure NetApp FilesGoogle Cloud StorageAmazon S3ZadaraAmazon EFS (Elastic File System)Microsoft Azure Object Storage
We're able to use the SnapMirror function and SnapMirror data from our on-prem environment into Azure. That is super-helpful. SnapMirror allows you to take data that exists on one NetApp, on a physical NetApp storage platform, and copy it over to another NetApp storage platform. It's a solid, proven technology, so we don't worry about whether data is getting lost or corrupted during the SnapMirror.
The initial setup is fairly easy.
Integration with the entire Azure platform.
You can change it non-disruptively. You can increase the size and decrease the size online, which is a huge benefit compared to Azure disks. It just works seamlessly. You don't need to stop the instances.
It is stable and scalable.
The most valuable features are stability and ease of use.
The initial setup is not difficult or overly complex. It's very straightforward and easy to implement.
Enables content sharing by multiple users.
One of the most useful features is that they provide iSCSI as a service.
The most valuable feature is the flexibility in terms of deployment options.
Its elasticity and flexible pricing are the most valuable. For Amazon EFS, you are charged based on the storage. It is also very fast and stable with a very simple and intuitive interface.
It is easy to use, and we use it for backup and remote desktop access. It is working fine.
The key feature for us is the possibility to have a copy of our data and machines outside of our premises just in case of a disaster.