From the smallest branch office to the largest enterprise environment, storage is always an important consideration. Nowadays with audio files and video files becoming commonplace elements of business, storage demands reach terabyte levels even with a small number of users.
Tolly recently spoke with Michael Harvey – Co-founder and VP of Business Development at Moonwalk Universal regarding the launch of v12 of their Data Management software, which includes a Starter Edition, which is free to use for up to 25TB of data.
Moonwalk develops all-inclusive data management and protection software for major operating systems, storage platforms and the cloud. Moonwalk is found in banking, healthcare, manufacturing, government, research and other key industries.
Earlier this summer, Moonwalk launched v12 of their Data Management software. Moonwalk v12 brings file control and automation to enterprise storage infrastructure, intelligently migrating files to the appropriate tier – on premise file servers or object stores, offsite storage or cloud services, which reduces storage TCO and complexity, along with optimizing resource use and enforcement of corporate governance. As part of the launch of v12 a Starter Edition is now available which free to use for up to 25TB of data.
In our conversation with Moonwalk some of the benefits they highlighted related to the Starter Edition included:
- Support for Windows, NetApp and OES Linux file servers
- Storage plugins for Amazon S3, Azure, Concurrent Aquari, Dell EMC ECS, Google Cloud, Hitachi HCP, IBM COS/Bluemix, IBM Spectrum Scale and Scality Ring
- Complimentary access to the Moonwalk User Community Forum
- Support may be purchased on a per-issue basis as needed
For more information on the Moonwalk Starter Edition, which is free to use for up to 25TB of data. please see the below video:
For more information on the Moonwalk Starter Edition, visit https://www.moonwalkinc.com/solutions/free-starter-edition/ or create your free license, visit https://www.moonwalkinc.com/starter-edition/