Enterprises are moving more data and workloads to the cloud. For many companies, migrating their data to the cloud is a necessity, but with Wasabi it’s also an opportunity. Wasabi is the cloud storage company delivering disruptive storage technology at substantially lower price points than Amazon S3. It charges no fees for egress or API requests and, combined with Aryaka Core Layer 2 Network, is a lot faster.
Wasabi hot cloud storage can be used for a variety of purposes including primary storage for on-premises or cloud-based workloads, secondary storage for backup and recovery, or archival storage for long-term data retention.
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With cloud storage, the disks are no longer in the same local area network as the servers or workloads. Cloud storage use cases typically deal with storing huge amounts of data (TB or more) over a wide area network to the cloud storage provider. The sheer volume of data presents a challenge to transport over the network. Here’s how long it would typically take to transfer a 10 GB file over different network links:
Most Enterprise customers generate data in multiple GBs or TBs that need to be stored in the cloud on a daily basis. While cloud storage offers a cheaper alternative, the time taken to transfer the data becomes the problem. While internet bandwidth is cheap, it does not offer predictable performance.
An enterprise may be headquartered in a location with poor bandwidth and struggles with reasonably expected performance. Manufacturing, agriculture, hospitality, health care, mining, and many other types of organizations often find their headquarters lacking in internet service providers – with little or no competition, there’s little incentive for these providers to offer more than the bare minimum.
Aryaka’s global meshed L2 network with over 40 points-of-presence is the benchmark for global connectivity, performance and availability. The PoPs can service up to 95% of the world’s knowledge workers under 30 msecs of latency. With up to 99.999% availability and Day-1 SLAs, Wasabi customers are a short hop away from Aryaka.
Aryaka PoPs also offer a fast on-ramp to Wasabi Data Centers located in America, Europe and Asia.
Aryaka’s built-in cloud acceleration allows Wasabi customers to connect to their SaaS applications over an SLA-driven connection from the nearest Aryaka PoP. This overcomes the latency and packet loss issues associated with the internet middle-mile and provides a cost-effective yet superior alternative for accelerating cloud application performance.
Aryaka uses patented multi-segment TCP optimization techniques with network QoS benefits to dramatically
improve connection times to Wasabi cloud storage.
Aryaka delivers bandwidth optimization reduction that reduces the file size of data that is transmitted over the network, optimizing the available bandwidth for Wasabi storage.
Application proxies greatly improve the performance of WAN-intolerant applications by shortening the feedback loop. This will be relevant to Wasabi workloads that rely on these protocols.
Aryaka also offers enterprises the benefits of link aggregation and reduced network complexity at branch offices. It includes Load Balancing, Path Selection, and Single and Dual Link Packet Loss Recovery with proprietary error correction algorithms, all resulting in improved access to Wasabi workloads.
When required, Aryaka takes ownership of procuring, managing and monitoring the last mile circuits globally providing end-to-end visibility. This service greatly reduces the complexity of dealing with dozens or hundreds of different ISPs worldwide.
Aryaka, the Cloud-First WAN company, brings agility, simplicity and a great experience to consuming the WAN-as-a-service. An optimized global network and innovative technology stack delivers the industry’s #1managed SD-WAN service and sets the gold standard for application performance. Aryaka’s SmartServices platform offers connectivity, application acceleration, security, cloud networking and insights, leveraging global orchestration and provisioning. The company’s customers include hundreds of global enterprises including several in the Fortune 100.