Primary storage

Leverage solutions in AWS marketplace to serve your most demanding workloads with highly available, secured, and resilient data storage.

Enterprise workload migration can be slow, costly, and outright tedious. Organizations can reduce their native cloud footprint while improving efficiency by adopting the latest block, file, and object primary storage solutions. This results in improved efficiency, speed of creation, and time-to-market for their most critical applications.

Learn how to design your backup and recovery strategy for AWS workloads by following design principles for reliability.

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These solutions available in AWS Marketplace enhance the management, access, availability,  and security of AWS-hosted data.


Nasuni Cloud File Storage helps you store, protect, recover, synchronize, and collaborate unstructured file data to deliver efficiency and scalability.


Start here to deploy and manage Cloud Volumes ONTAP, Cloud Tiering, Cloud Data Sense, Cloud Backup and Cloud Volumes Service. Accelerate critical business apps with speed.

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Panzura is a global cloud file system built to power enterprise-scale deployments in the cloud,  and allow distributed teams to work collaboratively.

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Qumulo cloud-native file data platform, with extreme scale and efficiency, meets your most rigorous workloads with radical simplicity.

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Key benefits of using third-party solutions available in AWS Marketplace

Find solutions 46% faster*

Find the market-leading infrastructure solutions you need to improve the reliability, connectivity, and security of your cloud deployment.

Deploy your way, 48% faster*

Deploy infrastructure solutions with methods that best fit your use-case using containers, SaaS, AMIs, APIs, CloudFormation Templates, and more.

Leverage interoperable technologies

Use tools designed for AWS interoperability and regularly scanned for security vulnerabilities.

*2020 Amazon Web Services Marketplace online survey with 500 IT decision-makers and influencers in the U.S