As an advisor and provider of cloud, consulting, and data center managed services, Deft (formerly known as ServerCentral Turing Group) has expanded the availability of its Managed Object Storage services, now introducing availability in te company’s data centers in Chicago, IL and Ashburn, VA.
Fully maintained by the Deft Managed Services team, Deft Managed Object Storage (MOS) would allow businesses to maintain cost controls and high levels of performance while anchoring their hybrid IT environments in two high in-demand data center markets.
Deft’s Managed Object Storage Services would be a great fit for any quantity of data for a range of use cases, including mission-critical applications, IoT, data lakes, analytics, and disaster recovery.
“When evaluating object storage investment, businesses need to consider two key areas: the cost of storing the data itself and the cost of accessing the data after it’s stored,” said Eric Dynowski, Chief Solutions Officer at Deft. “By delivering object storage that’s secure, performant, and cost-effective, Deft MOS allows companies to maintain access to their data and align their hybrid IT environments with their business goals.”
As an alternative to public cloud storage platforms, Deft’s managed object storage services would deliver:
- Compliance – Deft conducts annual audits to ensure compliance with GDPR, PCI DSS, HIPAA, and other regulations
- Configurability – Uses may organize and report on their data in a variety of ways using MOS bucket names, prefixes, object tags, and inventories
- Cost-efficiency: MOS would scale on demand and only charge for the amount of storage space utilized and the number of transactions completed
- Customization – Rate limitations are adjustable, and pricing models are customized for Deft clients
- Reliability – Performant cloud storage services are designed for 99.99995 percent trustworthiness in order to provide protection against storing, errors, and breaches on a site-by-site basis, including replication between regions
- Immutability – Users can create and save immutable backups for use in the case of a calamity or a ransomware attack
- Proximity – With sub-five millisecond access between users’ computing clusters and storage environments, they can keep workloads close to the data
- Security: MOS has a number of security measures that prevent unauthorized users from accessing sensitive information