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Tag: Data migration

AWS Storage Gateway adds File Gateway audit logs

As customers expand their use of cloud services, they must often align their security and compliance processes with existing enterprise requirements. In a hybrid cloud storage environment that includes both on-premises storage and cloud storage, it can be challenging for customers to monitor user activity related to their data. This is particularly the case as […]

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A guide to hybrid cloud storage, edge computing, and data transfer sessions at AWS re:Invent 2019

In one of our recent AWS Storage blog posts, we shared an all-in storage guide for re:Invent so you can maximize your time at the conference. We have more than 150 storage sessions ranging from breakouts, chalk talks, builder sessions, and workshops. Don’t wait to reserve your spot for your favorite sessions, and be sure to check out […]

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AWS Storage Gateway in 2019

Tens of thousands of customers around the world are using AWS Storage Gateway to connect their on-premises applications with AWS. Over the last 12 months, Storage Gateway launched over 20 new features. These features range from 4x performance improvements to new deployment options, including both hardware appliances and VMware high availability configurations, as well as […]

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Data Migration Best Practices with AWS Snowball Edge

AWS Snowball Edge enables petabyte-scale offline data migrations from on-premises storage (SAN, NAS, parallel file systems) or databases into Amazon S3. AWS Snowball Edge is part of the AWS Snow Family and the greater AWS portfolio of data transfer services that can be used for data migration. The AWS portfolio of data transfer services also […]

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Online Tech Talk August 21st: ‘Migrating Data to AWS: Understanding Your Options’

Don’t miss our AWS online Storage Tech Talk on August 21st where we cover: ‘Migrating Data to AWS: Understanding Your Options‘ AWS offers a variety of data migration and transfer services to help you move everything from gigabytes to petabytes of data by using network links, express mail, or even a tractor trailer. In this […]

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