Wasabi Partners With Cloudberry Lab To Offer Hot Storage Solution To Сloud Backup Products
Cloudberry Products Now Support Wasabi Cloud Storage at 1/5 the Price and 6x the Speed of Amazon S3
BOSTON, MASS., June 20, 2017 – Today Wasabi, the hot storage company, announced a partnership with CloudBerry Lab to enable all CloudBerry customers and managed service providers to choose Wasabi as their backup cloud storage destination of choice. CloudBerry now supports Wasabi across its entire suite of cloud backup products, as well as CloudBerry Explorer and CloudBerry Drive. Wasabi’s hot storage is 1/5 the price and 6X the speed of Amazon S3, making this a powerful and cost-effective solution for small and mid-size businesses (SMBs) to safely store their backup data and manage their disaster recovery strategies with an unsurpassed immutable bucket feature.
“We’re quite honored to be supported by CloudBerry Lab right alongside the big 3 just one month following our launch. Our hot storage is faster than S3 and less expensive than Glacier. We’ve also done away with complex pricing schemes and confusing storage tiers. At Wasabi, we believe in keeping storage simple,” said the company’s Co-Founder and CEO David Friend.
Created by cloud storage pioneers and Carbonite co-founders and David Friend and Jeff Flowers, Wasabi is the hot storage company that delivers fast, low-cost, and reliable cloud storage. Wasabi is built to be 100% AWS S3 bit-compatible. However, there are no complex storage tiers: Wasabi costs a flat $.0039/GB/Month with a 1TB minimum usage. Wasabi also offers immutable buckets, which means that data written to those buckets cannot be erased or altered, protecting you from common causes of data loss like accidental deletions, application software bugs, hackers, and malware. The new CloudBerry Lab-Wasabi joint solution can be used for virtually any scenario where SMBs need to backup their computers and files to cloud storage. It can also be used for cloud-to-cloud migration, replication, and backup scenarios.
“We’re very excited to support a cool industry upstart like Wasabi, and David Friend and Jeff Flowers certainly have a track record of success in this industry,” said Alex Serkov, CTO of CloudBerry Lab. “Wasabi is fast and affordable, and it is a great solution for small and midsize businesses that may be looking for a lower cost and higher performing alternative to their current provider and a bullet-proof solution for cyber security needs.”
To learn more information about this joint solution, visit wasabi.com/help/interop-results.
Wasabi is the hot storage company that delivers fast, low-cost, and reliable cloud storage. Wasabi hot storage is 1/5th the price and 6x the speed of Amazon S3. We hate vendor lock-in, so we made Wasabi 100% compatible with Amazon S3. Created by Carbonite co-founders and cloud storage pioneers David Friend and Jeff Flowers, Wasabi is on a mission to commoditize the storage industry. Wasabi is a privately held company based in Boston, Mass. Follow Wasabi on Twitter at https://twitter.com/wasabi_cloud.
About CloudBerry Lab
Established in 2011 by a group of experienced IT professionals, CloudBerry Lab™ provides cross-platform cloud-based backup to small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs). CloudBerry Lab’s offerings include powerful, easy-to-use backup management capabilities and military-grade encryption using customer-controlled keys. Customers can choose to store their backup data with more than 20 online storage providers, including, Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud and B2 from Backblaze. CloudBerry also partners with thousands of MSPs and VARs to provide them with turnkey, white-label data protection services. For more information please visit http://www.cloudberrylab.com. Follow us on Twitter at @cloudberrylab.
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