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The world’s largest dump truck is the Belaz 75710. (pictured) The Belaz has a payload capacity of nearly 500 tons and a top speed of 40 miles per hour. When hauling enormous amounts of dirt, you need the Belaz.
But why are we talking about mining trucks? To make a point.
If you are responsible for moving huge amounts of dirt, you would not use a shovel. No question. You would get something with MUCH larger capacity like a dump truck.
So, when you have to move petabytes of data, what do you use? The answer: StorageX.
Only StorageX is up to the task of moving and managing hundreds of thousands of volumes, containing petabytes of data, and we have the proof to back up our claim. Our customers, which include 24 of the top Fortune 100, use StorageX to analyze, move and manage millions of unstructured files.
Based on actual projects, customers report that with StorageX they cut total project time in half with 50% less effort. Common file management tasks include:
- Re-locating files for a technology refresh and to balance workloads
- Update NAS file permissions and DNS namespaces
- Re-structuring large file systems
- Large scale cloud migrations for archival
The full power of StorageX is available via a robust RESTful API. You can program repetitive data movement policies to copy, move, archive, and delete files. The StorageX API powers custom large scale migrations, customer service applications and IT Help Desk applications (just to name a few) to orchestrate automatic file movement and file share provisioning.
As an example, StorageX can be integrated into an IT self-service portal to automate a routine task like provisioning a new file share. The developer kit features options to integrate data movement with the cloud for file archival and disaster protection.
The opportunities are endless for file migration, replication and archiving using the full power of StorageX API.
- Are you currently in the middle of a large technology refresh or file system re-structuring project?
- Are you trying to move and re-locate thousands of volumes and petabytes of data?
You need StorageX. Even if you are moving tens or hundreds of terabytes of data, you need StorageX. To learn more, visit our web pages.[/mp_span] [/mp_row]