Today many organizations are facing significant challenges with exponential data growth. Machine learning and analytics give data more valuable than ever before. The need and the usage is continuously increasing and, organizations that are used to the traditional on-premises backup infrastructure, such as disk and tape, are running out of space, and adding more such storage is getting costlier. Organizations are also looking forward to upgrading their backup strategy while lowering their backup costs. Their tape backups are becoming unmanageable and more expensive to store offsite. Customers want to replace on-premises tape and disk archive infrastructure with solutions that provide enhanced data durability, almost an immediate data retrieval time, better security and compliance, and greater data accessibility for advanced analytics and business intelligence.
Organizations generally have two main types of backups: operational and long-term retention backups. Operational backups are most used for restoring purposes. These can be the latest 7, 15, or 30 days of backups depending on an organization’s policies. Rarely are backups used for normal operational restores beyond 30-60 days. However, either due to organizational policies or compliance requirements, many customers need to maintain backups for a much longer period. Backups that go beyond the operational window are typically referred to as long-term retention.
Velocis provides industry-leading consulting and technology services on top of Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) across a variety of use cases, including but not limited to backup and restore, long-term retention and archive, primary storage, etc. Velocis helps organizations in architecting, designing, and deploying all the resources needed to implement Data Backup & Archiving Solutions to meet their data storage needs in a cost-effective way.
Amazon S3 Glacier storage classes (one of the many different storage classes for Amazon S3) are purpose-built for data archiving, providing organizations with the highest performance, maximum retrieval flexibility, and the lowest cost archive storage in the cloud. All S3 Glacier storage classes provide virtually unlimited scalability and are designed for 99.999999999% (11 nines) of data durability. The S3 Glacier storage classes deliver options for the fastest access to the organization’s archive data and the lowest-cost archive storage in the cloud. Amazon S3 Glacier enables customers to offload the administrative burdens of operating and scaling storage to AWS, so they don't have to worry about capacity planning, hardware provisioning, data replication, hardware failure detection, and recovery, or time-consuming hardware migrations.
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