Matt SaxeIT Infrastructure Design Lead at Ulteig Engineers, Inc.
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"It is around $850 per terabyte per year. Any additional costs that you would incur are for the local caching devices that you'll need to access Nasuni. You kind of provide your own virtual machines or compute to access the data. You also pay for the object storage. So, there are three parts to it. There is the Nasuni license per terabyte. You would also pay for the actual object storage in the cloud, and then you would pay for virtual machines to access the storage."
Nasuni combines storage, backup and disaster recovery into a. No additional backup software is necessary. With multiple copies of every snapshot stored in the cloud across multiple geographies, in locations of the company’s choosing, the enterprise is fully protected in case of a disaster. A full restore is as simple as starting up a virtual machine.
HPE PolyServe is ranked 11th in File System Software while Nasuni is ranked 1st in File System Software with 1 review. HPE PolyServe is rated 0.0, while Nasuni is rated 8.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Nasuni writes "A very stable and scalable solution with the global file locking feature and the ability to quickly deploy new sites". HPE PolyServe is most compared with , whereas Nasuni is most compared with Panzura, Qumulo, AWS Storage Gateway, Egnyte Connect and NetApp Cloud Backup.
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