ClearSky’s architecture and technology innovations deliver significant cost savings for enterprise storage. Rather than owning and maintaining four or five separate sub-systems, there’s just a single fully managed ClearSky service to access. And, it's delivered in a consumption-based model where you pay only for the capacity you actually use.
ClearSky Data, provider of on-demand primary storage with built-in offsite backup and disaster recovery (DR) as a service, today announced a collaboration with Packet for an edge computing deployment at the SBA Communications tower site in the Boston area. “With ClearSky Data and Packet, customers can access a cloud-native infrastructure that can be easily connected to self-protecting storage,” said Jacob Smith, Chief Marketing Officer at Packet. “It’s an extremely compelling edge story for the enterprise.”
Smart Tiered Caching™ - Their patented technology optimizes your data across the entire lifecycle where: Hot data is cached at the edge of your applications. Warm data is cached in a PoP within 120 miles of your data center. All data, including cold/archival data, is stored in multiple locations in the cloud and is accessible on-demand. ClearSky Data is one of the Channel Co. CRN Emerging Vendors of 2019. The ClearSky fully managed hybrid cloud service—with on-demand primary storage and built-in, offsite backup and DR—provides the performance, security and reliability of on-prem storage with the flexibility and security of the cloud.
Here's what their customers are saying: “ClearSky Data is a key part of our overall strategy to move to the cloud. After extensive testing of the ClearSky service, we found it delivers as promised: high-performance, low latency, elastic storage on demand for multiple workloads,” said Jim Noga, CIO, Partners HealthCare. “Without giving up the benefits of on-premises storage, we’ve gained scalability and cut costs. It’s a compelling consumption model that enables our growing cloud initiatives, and we plan to bring more data into the ClearSky service in the coming months.”