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Qumulo launches Cloud Q as a Service on Microsoft Azure to expand cloud adoption

by MSCN Reporter
Staff Writer,
June 13 2022

Qumulo, a data storage and management company based in Seattle announced that it has introduced a petabyte-scale archive to support Cloud Q as a Service on Azure.

This serverless technology allows Qumulo to bring a “Standard” offering with 1.7 Gb/s of throughput. Qumulo’s goal is to provide cloud file storage for 44 percent less than the current costs on Azure.

According to Qumulo, the company offers the only petabyte-scale multi-protocol file system on Azure, with support across on-prem and cloud to manage infrastructure. The company recently launched its Cloud Now program, to allow customers to build proof of concepts totaling up to one petabyte.

“Cloud remains a new frontier for many of the organizations managing massive amounts of data, and Qumulo has prioritized offerings that ease the cloud adoption journey. The future of petabyte-scale data is multi-cloud, and Qumulo is proud to be at the forefront of innovation that empowers more organizations to leverage the power of cloud. Qumulo offers a single, consistent experience across any environment from on-premises to multi-cloud, giving our customers the tools they need to manage petabyte-scale data anywhere they need to,” stated Bill Richter, CEO of Qumulo.

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