For organizations that store most of their data on the cloud but lack a management system to capitalize on their digital assets, they can create a VM on Azure to deploy QuTScloud. A cloud-based NAS provides universal storage and file management that optimizes cloud data usage and also streamlines cross-site collaboration for offices with hybrid clouds.
“QuTScloud’s availability on the Azure Marketplace allows us to have an extensive global reach within the Cloud NAS industry,” said Aseem Manmualiya, product manager, adding, “Azure is one of the most popular cloud platforms in the world and QuTScloud will assist businesses managing SaaS-enabled workloads in the cloud to optimize their data usage and cost effectiveness.“
QuTScloud can be setup and started in 3 steps:
Launch QuTScloud as a VM from the Azure Marketplace.
QuTScloud provides users with a near-identical user experience and feature set as QTS, the company’s NAS OS. It includes the App Center that offers a range of free apps for boosting QuTScloud functionality and adding more features.
Key features of QuTScloud include:
Access files using CIFS/SMB, NFS, AFP, and iSCSI protocols.
Streamline backup and restoration processes with snapshots and versioning.
Find files with Qsirch, the firm’s NAS search engine.
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