SoftNAS® Cloud NAS for the Media & Entertainment Industry
Media and Entertainment cloud storage solution
SoftNAS runs as a virtual machine, providing a broad range of software-defined capabilities, including data performance, cost management, availability, control, backup, and security.
Media and Entertainment
The Media & Entertainment industry relies heavily on the Internet in areas such as personalization, advertising, and streaming while ensuring costs don’t overwhelm their ability to profit from their content. Heading into 2021, companies in this industry are renewing a focus on customers’ needs, offering new services and entertainment bundles and leveraging the advances in wireless networks. As an example, gaming over the Internet is rapidly expanding with online competitions as well as new subscription plans raising the need for highly available data capable of meeting high expectations of customers in their gaming experience.
SoftNAS delivers two value-add services for this market:
Cloud Storage Performance
Petabytes of video and audio content streaming over the internet in large-sized files require an advanced, high-performance solution to manage data at a massive scale – exactly what SoftNAS was designed for.
Cloud Storage High Availability
With 5-9’s uptime guaranteed and availability zone replication SoftNAS ensures the data is available for streaming on-demand and able to deliver the required throughput
In addition, Buurst SoftNAS also offers substantial cost savings in cloud storage fees by 30 to 80% depending on the various types of data stored, how often it is accessed, and its compressibility. These savings are critical as petabyte-level storage in the cloud can easily overwhelm costs for startups looking to offer state-of-the-art services to price-sensitive customers.
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SoftNAS High-Performance NFS/CIFS/iSCSI NAS Storage Solution
SoftNAS is a Linux-based virtual NAS appliance deployed on public and private cloud services like Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and VMware vSphere. SoftNAS can also run on RHEL if customers prefer it over CentOS. SoftNAS provides unified storage designed and optimized for high performance, higher than normal I/O per second (IOPS), and data reliability and recoverability. It also increases storage efficiency through thin-provisioning, compression, and deduplication.