CloudBeam File Transfer Services for Amazon Web Services Now Available for Purchase from Attunity

By Ed Silverstein

Attunity is now selling a file replication service and a managed file transfer service for Amazon Web Services (AWS) Simple Storage Service (S3).

The company offered the services in beta version and it now offers high-performance and managed secure data transfer. Users can efficiently move big data to and from on-premises data centers and the AWS S3 cloud.

The services are part of Attunity CloudBeam, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform for cloud environments.  The solution is needed.

"Even with its clear advantages, cloud storage can still present challenges to users – particularly when it comes to big data," Paul Burns, an analyst at Neovise, an independent research firm, said in a company statement. "Existing methods for moving Big Data to, from and between clouds are often slow, expensive and/or unreliable. Neovise recommends that AWS customers consider Attunity CloudBeam as a more powerful alternative over existing options for loading and synchronizing data to, from and between AWS S3 regions, as well as for loading data to Amazon Redshift."

Also, Matt Benati, vice president of Global Marketing at Attunity, added that the solution eliminates “data transfer bottlenecks with its unique ability to handle high-capacity, high-volume data with high performance and parallelized data delivery streaming-technology which combats low bandwidth line challenges.”

“Using these newly-available services, we believe organizations can enjoy automatic replication of on-premises big data, files and folders - to and from AWS S3 data repositories, as part of a continuously-managed process that includes auditing for security and compliance purposes," he added.

In January, Attunity announced the availability of Attunity RepliWeb for Enterprise File Replication (EFR). It replicates data files to, from and between Apache Hadoop, MSPToday explained. That also relates to big data operations, MSPToday added.

Edited by Rachel Ramsey

MSPToday Contributor

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