Wasabi technologies and APARAVI collaborated so that they can deliver advanced storage consolidation and management. This partnership will help the users benefit in multiple ways, revealing companies’ unstructured data footprint so they can identify, classify, optimize, and move it to fully take advantage of its potential value. As the firms wholly understand the value of their data sets, the Aparavi Platform will give end-users the power to manage that data’s lifecycle. Since Wasabi’s Hot Cloud Storage is the industry’s most affordable and highest-performing cloud storage service, it will make it an ideal storage repository. 

Peter Worsnop, Vice President of Sales commented, “This partnership represents an important milestone for Aparavi, as it will empower more organizations to take control of their unstructured data assets. Working with Wasabi is a great opportunity for our business, as we look forward to helping customers to maximize the hidden potential that resides within these growing digital assets.”

Highlights of the partnership of Wasabi technologies and APARAVI :

  • Data discovery, indexing, classification, search, and lifecycle management may all be done on a single platform.
  • No infrastructure to acquire or maintain; delivered as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).
  • There’s no need for proprietary hardware because it’s vendor-agnostic CSP.
  • Multi-tenancy is built-in, allowing data to be managed across various sites.
  • A single pane of glass, an easy-to-navigate gateway with a customizable dashboard.
  • For further security, data is encrypted and compressed into a proprietary format.
  • Search capabilities that include metadata as well as file content.

“Data is the lifeblood of every business, and Wasabi is proving that it’s possible to store it in a cost-effective and reliable way,” said David Boland, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Wasabi Technologies. “Alongside Aparavi, we are empowering organizations to derive true value from their massive amounts of data without being derailed by overly complex pricing or unreliable service. Gone are the days where enterprises will have to make difficult decisions about whether or not to keep their data.”