Storage as a Services (STaaS) companies in Bangalore | Cloud Storage

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  • Other Section NameNYGCI
  • AddressGeorge Thangaiah Complex #21, Indiranagar
  • Zip Code560038


Storage as a Services (STaaS) companies in Bangalore | Cloud Storage

Storage demand is increasing due to growing new workloads like analytics, video, and mobile applications. The daily accumulation of data can create a significant storage crunch.  Add to that government regulation requiring agencies to archive data for extended periods of time plus the continuing creation of new, rich media content, IT departments have no choice but to constantly increase data storage capacity.

Most IT organizations are under continued pressure to lower this cost using shared computing resources in their Data Center. It is vital for software designers and solution architects to match the specific requirements of their workloads to the appropriate storage solution or, in many enterprise cases, a mix.

As a result, many are faced with complex, heterogeneous storage environments that are costly and inefficient. Building a scalable data storage infrastructure is key to your business’ ability to remain competitive. It is also a strategic way to help reduce the costs of IT operations.

NYGCI’s Storage as a Services provide comprehensive management of leading data storage operations in accordance with your enterprise specific service level requirements on on-premise network or public, private, hybrid or multi clouds.

Our storage management team assumes full onsite or remote responsibility for all or part of your storage environment over the period of service engagement. This team leverages ITIL standards and best practices and management oversight during the service engagement.

Storage on Cloud?

Like on-premise storage networks, cloud storage uses servers to save data; however, the data is sent to servers at an off-site location. Most of the servers you use are virtual machines hosted on a physical server. As your storage needs increase, the provider creates new virtual servers to meet demand.