Cloud Service Providers
Service Providers face challenges and opportunities from the ongoing digital transformation of their enterprise customers. Enterprise transformation creates a need for new IT services, centered on extracting value from the critical asset of the 21st century enterprise: data. Data-rich services will require service providers to support cloud native application infrastructures to manage and analyze the big data needed by enterprises. Service Providers can leverage this opportunity to become highly valued, differentiated and to thrive in this new data-driven era.
SCALING FOR MASSIVE DATA GROWTH
Data generated by new content-rich applications will be hosted in a new multi-cloud world. An increasing variety of data rich apps will increase pressure on service providers to scale data bandwidth through the emergence of 5G, and to deliver data anywhere and at anytime. Service providers need to be ready for massive growth of storage capacities, with always-on infrastructures that provide economy-of-scale and ROI for customers.
ADDING VALUE IN A MULTI-CLOUD WORLD
Public clouds from AWS, Azure and Google provide a compelling array of services for enterprise customers. This competitive force has caused service providers to evaluate how to best add value to these services. The world of hybrid and multi-cloud application and data management provides opportunities for service providers to introduce new services for multi-cloud data governance that provides compelling value to enterprise customers.
Your Customers Demand
Enabling new services
Need to support enterprise customers as they transform into digital businesses with cloud native apps and always-on requirements.
New content-driven apps will generate massive amounts of data that needs to be securely stored and managed by service providers.
Explosion of new services will require service providers to securely aggregate customer apps and data in a multi-tenant manner.
Broken services & processes cost service providers immensely sums for regulatory compliance, reputation, unplanned capex, massive opex & lost opportunities.
High infrastructure cost
Challenging to achieve economies-of-scale of public clouds, while maintaining enterprise service levels, security and continuous availability.
AWS, Azure, Google and others provide rich services that are hard to match, how can service providers add value?
MANAGING MASSIVE DATA GROWTH
EFFECTIVE, EFFICIENT STORAGE
For new data-driven services, Scality provides solutions for big data storage and management through modern object-based RESTful APIs such as Amazon S3 or OpenStack Swift.
RING supports growth of big data to dozens of Petabytes and beyond.
RING has AWS compatible Identity and Access Management (IAM) Signature v4 authentication, access-control and industry-standard AES256 encryption.
Assured data continuity
RING provides 24×7 uptime through self-healing architecture, with 100% availability SLA.
Scality software is designed to be deployed on standard x86 hardware & standard IP networks, compatible with SP infrastructures and lowest cost.
Multi-cloud data management solutions
Zenko enables service providers to manage data across public clouds with new data governance capabilities to enable new enterprise backup, DR and analytics as-a-service offerings.
Cloud Service Providers
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CLOUD-SCALE DATA STORAGE & MANAGEMENT
Scality RING provides a infinitely-scalable repository for any unstructured data use-cases in private, hybrid & multi-cloud deployments.
Zenko extends data management to and across multiple clouds, public and private, making it easier to manage data no matter where it is.
Scality RING maximizes email availability and minimizes cost for providers
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