The SwiftStack integration, their first ever with Veeam, lets local data on Veeam servers be automatically moved between performance and capacity tiers created in SwiftStack, defined by an organization’s management and retention policies.
SwiftStack sees their new partnership with Spunk around the new SmartStore feature within the Splunk Enterprise platform as offering enormous new opportunities for SwiftStack, in making them attractive to customers who would never have considered them before.
SwiftStack continues to broaden out from its object storage roots, with the addition of native file capability, which combined with their Cloud Sync feature, lets customers read and write to a single namespace, without a gateway, and to any cloud or on-prem location.
SwiftStack expands the one-way cloud replication it introduced last year, as part of its strategy in expanding from what was initially an on-prem solution, to one capable of managing a multi-cloud hybrid cloud.
The approved compatibility with Cisco allows any Cisco UCS server to be turned into the equivalent of a private Amazon S3 storage cloud, which is well suited for IoT requirements. More specific partner-focused announcements relating to this partnership are also coming.