Qumulo, a pioneer in simplifying business file data management across hybrid cloud settings, has earned the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Storage Competency. This certification acknowledges the Qumulo File Data Management Platform as having proven technology to assist clients in achieving effective results on AWS Cloud using the Qumulo main storage solution.
Achieving the AWS Storage Competency differentiates Qumulo as an AWS Partner Network (APN) member delivering a Primary Storage solution on AWS. Their solution has been validated by clients such as Momentum Metropolitan, Raynault VFX, and Cinesite Studios.
“Qumulo is natively built for the cloud. Enabling our customers to successfully manage their unstructured data as part of their digital transformation has never been more important. Attaining the AWS Storage Competency designation underscores our ability to consistently achieve that customer success in the cloud,” said Keith Nargi, Field Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for Qumulo. “No two companies have the same cloud migration journey. Qumulo is dedicated to helping customers develop a customized cloud strategy that will meet their business needs, deliver results and provide a competitive edge by leveraging the power of AWS.”
Qumulo on AWS Cloud
AWS created the AWS Competency Program to assist cloud services customers in identifying AWS Partners with significant industry knowledge and expertise to enable the seamless integration and deployment of these solutions. AWS Partners must provide solutions flawlessly on AWS to obtain the AWS Storage Competency.
Clients from a variety of industries may use Qumulo to securely store data on AWS Cloud. Qumulo can provide the scale, performance, and enterprise capabilities needed to support some of the most demanding applications and processes. Qumulo’s cloud-native file data platform can help applications and workflows that are now on-premises migrate to AWS. Qumulo on AWS clients would include some of the biggest names in Media & Entertainment, Healthcare and Life Sciences, Energy, and Financial Services.