Cut storage costs by 3-4x with Multi-Cloud Data Services.
If your organization is going to compete and win with data, you need multi-cloud. It’s the durable, scalable solution that allows you to extract more value from your data and drive new innovations across your business.
The question isn’t if you need multi-cloud.
What is multi-cloud?
Instead of operating within the constraints of a single cloud vendor, a multi-cloud strategy allows you to access the cloud services from multiple cloud providers simultaneously. These cloud providers include AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform, or Oracle Cloud. Using the wide range of leading-edge services available from these providers on a single data set, attached to all clouds simultaneously, can boost innovation and grow your business faster than if your data was locked into a single cloud.
A multi-cloud data strategy is your key to competing in a data-driven market.
Defy data gravity
Sharing a common datastore between clouds unlocks innovations from every cloud while eliminating data gravity concerns and avoiding storing multiple (possibly out-of-sync) copies of the same data.
Avoid vendor lock-in
Cloud providers release new, unique features every month, but without a multi-cloud strategy, your options are limited. As your data grows, so do the costs, risk, and time required to move to a different vendor.
Cyber threats can quickly overwhelm a single platform, and because cloud providers report outages differently, it’s not always clear which platform has the lowest downtime. Distributing your cloud strategy across multiple providers reduces your exposure to a single point of failure.
GDPR and data sovereignty often require data in close proximity to geographic locations, which can limit your cloud options. A multi-cloud approach provides you with the flexibility to adopt local solutions that fulfill compliance requirements while allowing you to leverage your preferred cloud in other geographies.
Multi-cloud lets you choose the best cost and performance combinations for your workloads. Combine Azure’s low-priority VMs, AWS spot instances, and preemptible VMs from Google Cloud for your fault-tolerant and short-lived workloads. At the same time, use reserved instances, GCP sole-tenant nodes, and other cloud VM types to meet specific workload needs.
Major cloud providers dedicate resources to creating innovative services so you don’t have to. However, no single public cloud can provide the best option for every situation and every workload. A multi-cloud approach allows you to access best-in-class services from more than one hyperscale cloud provider at a time to drive new business models.
Transform your data strategy with industry-leading multi-cloud technology.
Data is moved from customer premises to a Faction cloud location via VPN, SD-Wan, or Private Line.
Faction Cloud Control Volumes (CCVs) provide customers with a flexible design that matches the right storage performance tiers to workload needs, optimizing costs.
Data is accessible by multiple clouds at the same time via Faction’s patented layer 2 technology, delivering low latency high throughput connectivity.
The multi-cloud nature of the service allows for services and applications from all hyperscale providers to be used for accessing and processing the data at the same time.
Faction CTO, Matt Wallace, gives a quick presentation explaining the benefits and use cases for multi-cloud.
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