Wednesday, 16 September 2020 17:03

Pure Storage FlashBlade now AWS Outposts Ready

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Storage vendor Pure Storage's FlashBlade product has been designated as AWS Outposts Ready by Amazon Web Services.

Pure Storage FlashBlade for AWS Outposts delivers all-flash performance as part of a hybrid cloud system.

It provides a low-latency, high-performance unified fast file and object platform with native Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) capabilities in tandem with AWS services, APIs, and tools.

Use cases include AI, analytics, DevOps, rapid restore, and other applications requiring real-time response and high-throughput while meeting data sovereignty, compliance, and local-processing requirements.

"As our customers navigate the demands of new and emerging applications, we are committed to delivering innovation and partnerships that support their hybrid cloud priorities," said Pure Storage general manager of FlashBlade Matt Burr.

"We are proud to be a part of the AWS Outposts Ready program and deliver a hybrid cloud solution that delivers on the principles of flexibility and agility that both FlashBlade and AWS are built on."

Amazon Web Services Outposts general manager Joshua Burgin said "Customers are looking for better ways to store and manage their data across the enterprise as part of a comprehensive digitisation initiative.

"With Pure Storage FlashBlade for AWS Outposts, customers can benefit from a comprehensive data management solution for any application in their environment, on AWS Outposts, or in AWS Regions, for a truly consistent hybrid experience."

FlashBlade is generally available and supported for AWS customers via AWS Outposts.


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