Primary Storage Solutions
How you should handle primary storage depends on the type of data you’re storing and how it’s used.
Working collaboratively? Network-attached storage (NAS) acts as a shared drive for files that need to be accessed and updated by multiple people on your network.
Operating a large, dynamic database? A storage area network (SAN), a.k.a. block storage, delivers a network of hard drives for peak performance when you need to read and write lots of data at once.
Utilizing Git for version control? With object storage, your developers can add, modify, and remove files with just a few lines of code.
Whatever the scenario, we’d love to talk about the primary storage system that best suits your data.
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