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Do you want scalable architecture?

Well yes, you require a scalable architecture. Who would ever say that they have enough scalability? The data produced each day is truly mind-blogging. There are 2.5 quintillion bytes of data generated each day. It is impossible to wrap your mind around these numbers. Right??

Being an IT professional, finding a way to store and manage all data is a big challenge for you. Your business produces tons of data each day and it requires a lot of storage. The need for more storage space keeps on growing each day.

Building and maintaining your own storage infrastructure is expensive and time consuming. You need to buy racks and racks of storage. Then in order to run software, you have to hire staff. You have to set up complex processes to make sure your storage is performing well. On the top of it, you have to ensure that your data is backed up in case something fails.

Predicting, how much capacity you need in the future is difficult. Getting this wrong means, either of not having the storage you need or overspending and ending up with excess capacity that sits idle.

Therefore, scalability at hand is a must and a plus.

No business can stand without a strong backbone.

And that backbone is scalable architecture.

The REAL question is —– How to Get Scalability?

Automated Scalability with Stonefly Cloud Storage in Azure


Enterprise Cloud storage provide solutions which are fast and efficient at the same time. An efficient cloud based solution must comprise of scalability. StoneFly Azure cloud storage is immensely scalable and highly available cloud storage option.

The standard storage in Azure and StoneFly cloud storage in Azure differ from one another. With StoneFly Azure cloud storage users can leverage StoneFly storage technology to optimize data storage. They can easily manage and control their data, while keeping costs in check.

StoneFly Azure Cloud Storage provides scalability, cost-effectiveness, security and a wide range of data services with advanced accessibility.

Accelerate your business with scalable solutions of StoneFly Cloud Storage in Azure

StoneFly Scale out Storage offers massively scalable architecture. It provides elastic file storage solution and high performance block level storage with a global namespace. It is ideal for DevOps, File sharing, rich media streaming, big data analytics, archival data, and disaster recovery.

Scale out NAS storage

You are working hard to grow your business. As your business grows, your storage capacity should grow with it. StoneFly Scale out NAS storage provides you scalability with ease. You can add more nodes, as your business grows. Without losing performance, you can bypass any file size constraints that Azure may have. You can add mass amount of storage to your server in the matter of minutes. You don’t require investments in storage appliances.

High Performance Scalable Block Level – iSCSI Storage

The local block level cloud or remote iSCSI scalable storage is an affordable way to quickly add storage on the fly. It is ideal for databases like SQL or Oracle RAC. With few minutes setup, high performance SAN storage is ready in Azure with all the Enterprise Level services such as:

  • StoneFly Snapshot Services with 2520 Delta-Based Snapshots per Subsystem
  • Mountable Read-Write Snapshot Volumes
  • Snapshot Schedule Utility, Command Line Interface Utility
  • StoneFly Real-Time Synchronous Mirroring of iSCSI Volumes and Nodes (Campus Mirroring)
  • Multi-Site/Multi-Appliance Replication and Unified Central Management System
  • Thin Provisioning with Space Reclamation
  • Tiered Storage Architecture with Hardware and Software Support
  • Encryption – Block Level AES-256
Do you want scalable architecture?
StoneFly’s iSCSI storage in Azure offers scalability, cost effectiveness, security and accessibility. It assures data security with minimum of 3 copies of your data within Azure’s datacenters.

With customizable solutions StoneFly cloud storage in Azure proves to be a go-to-choice for your business.

Did you know that you can configure StoneFly Cloud Storage in Azure, directly from Azure Marketplace?

Just follow this link: StoneFly Cloud Storage in Azure Marketplace.

Interested about StoneFly Enterprise Cloud Storage in Azure? Learn more about it here: Cloud Storage in Azure, AWS, and Google.

To get in touch with us, call us at 510 265 1616 or send us an email at

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