Saint-Cloud, France, 12 May 2016 –Outscale, IaaS Enterprise Class cloud service provider and a Strategic Partner of Dassault Systèmes, today announced that its NetApp AltaVault-certified OSU (Object Storage Unit) is now available in North America and Asia. In addition to easy deployment and lower management costs, this solution guarantees complete data control and security to customers in these regions, according to the digital sovereignty they have selected.
“We are delighted that our customers in North America and Asia now have access to a cloud service that includes a storage solution that offers one of the market’s best TCOs,” says Outscale’s President, Laurent Seror. He adds: “The recent NetApp certification and Innovation Award we received imply recognition of the excellence of the Outscale cloud service. They reward our commitment to high quality and performance standards and follow Cisco’s Advanced CMSP certification (Cloud and Managed Services Program) and the 100% Intel® Cloud Technology certification we received in 2015”.
Rapid Deployment and Lower Management Costs
NetApp’s AltaVault solution is recognized in the storage market for being easy to deploy and manage. By choosing Outscale in the AltaVault application, users can enjoy in less than 30 minutes a secure storage solution, seamlessly integrated into the cloud, that will adapt to any private, public or hybrid cloud infrastructure. This allows CIOs to cut management and backup costs.
Data Sovereignty in North America, Europe and Asia
Outscale’s Start-Up and Software Publisher customers in these areas can guarantee full data sovereignty and security to their users.
A unique SLA for Start-Ups and Software Publishers
In 2013, Outscale received the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification, which guarantees that the cloud platform’s information security management systems meet the highest industry requirements. In particular, OSU guarantees 99.9999999999% yearly object storage sustainability for a given region. Start-Ups and Software Publishers can thus offer their customers a unique Service Level Agreement (SLA): easy access, regular backups and updates, as well as a sustainable and scalable cloud storage solution.
About NetApp’s AltaVault solution
AltaVault is NetApp’s cloud-integrated backup and archiving solution. Looking to leverage public and private cloud storage as part of your backup and archiving strategy? The NetApp® AltaVault® cloud-integrated storage solution speeds recovery and reduces risks, enabling you to back up data in the cloud with total peace of mind. NetApp AltaVault seamlessly integrates into your existing backup software. It also compresses, deduplicates, encrypts and sends your data to your preferred cloud provider.
Founded in 2010, strategic partner to Dassault Systèmes and CMSP Advanced certified by Cisco Systems, Outscale provides enterprise-class Cloud Computing services (IaaS) that meet regulatory and local requirements internally and to clients seeking to boost Business Agility and rapidly deploy value-enhancing business models. Investing 15% of revenues in R&D, from its very beginnings Outscale decided to offer services combining excellence and thoroughness, which have won over more than 800 corporate clients in France, USA and China, as well as several hundred users working for well-known multinationals via Dassault Systèmes. Outscale has received ISO security certification 27001-2013 for all its French locations.
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