StoneFly offers storage on Fly!

Enterprise data center environments are often seen struggling with budget issues. And under these circumstances, if they fall in need of extra storage capacity, then it becomes extremely difficult for them to buy a new physical storage appliance.

This is where StoneFly SAN technology offers the privilege of storage on fly. With StoneFly Cloud Business Center, customers can add mass amounts of storage to their workstation or servers in a matter of minutes all without any investment in new servers and storage appliances.

VMware technology partner StoneFly’s Virtual Dedicated storage offers remote iSCSI drive hosted in the Cloud Business center. Users can immediately save on the capital expenses that come with the purchase of a physical appliance, along with operating expenses such as power and cooling costs.

The virtual storage will appear to the user, as if it is an in-house storage. But in practical, the storage is present on a secured note in a Cloud Business Center of StoneFly which can be located miles away.

StoneFly’s Virtual Dedicated Storage is available with all of the advanced data storage management options that our world-class iSCSI and Fibre Channel SAN appliances offer, including volume encryption, data deduplication, replication, mirroring and snapshots. With StoneFly’s Remote iSCSI Drives users can rest assured that their data is secure and protected against loss.

StoneFly remote iSCSI Drive is hosted on world class hyper converged Unified Server and Storage appliances of the same company. These appliances are highly redundant and scalable. Thus, there is no question of data loss or downtime.

Thus, if budget is an issue and you are badly in need of storage, opt for StoneFly storage on fly which offers virtual dedicated iSCSI Storage with all world-class data storage technologies.


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