IF YOU’RE OK WITH

a growing number of storage silos, multiple APIs and interfaces, vendor lock-in, increased time to market, high development & support costs, no control, no data visibility …

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The most flexible way to manage your data without cloud lock-in

REPLICATE, MOVE AND SEARCH YOUR DATA ACROSS PUBLIC AND PRIVATE CLOUDS

Zenko is infrastructure software for CIOs, DevOps, Data Managers to control Data in Multi-Cloud IT Environments

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MULTI-CLOUD IS REAL

“There will not be only one cloud…but rather a handful of large cloud firms with companies taking a multi-provider approach to the cloud.”

–Andy Jassy, AWS CEO, Wall Street Journal interview

HYBRID IT & MULTI-CLOUD CHALLENGES

For many enterprises, the bulk of data is created, acted upon and stored on-premises, however, use cases for hybrid IT, and even multi-cloud IT, are emerging in many industries.

Hybrid IT is the combination of on-premises resources and public cloud services. Multi-cloud is the abstraction and use of multiple public cloud services in combination with or independent of on-premises resources, which themselves might be architected as a private cloud.

Only a solution that offers the use of any service from any cloud at any time enables enterprises to maximize the value of their data through the full power and value-add of any cloud service.

Building applications and architectures that are truly multi-cloud has been challenging, because different clouds and on-premises resources use different APIs and management interfaces–it’s complicated even further, sometimes, by the use of gateway products connecting them.

For example, Amazon S3 obviously supports the Amazon S3 API, but Azure Blob Storage and Google Cloud Storage do not. Dealing with multiple APIs and management interfaces has always been anathema for application developers who want to avoid the vendor lock-in of a single API, as well as the added development, support, and time costs associated with supporting multiple APIs.

While there are products that enable the movement and tiering of data from on-premises storage to public clouds, many of these offerings block the full advantages of cloud services by maintaining a proprietary data format, so that once in the cloud, the data is inaccessible by its applications.

ZENKO SOLVES YOUR PROBLEMS

Developers don’t have to learn various object storage API dialects.

Zenko translates API calls between Amazon S3 and Azure Blob Storage or Google Cloud Storage, or file systems.

Storage Administrators and data officers retain control.

Global metadata search keeps track of which objects are stored where.

CIOs can pick the most cost-effective storage systems.

Data replication and workflow policies make it easy to control costs and reduce lock-in from storage providers.

 Open source editionEnterprise edition
Costs / PricingFree to use under Apache 2.0 licenseEnterprise license based on Total Data Managed (TDM) - purchased from Scality or through partners
Enterprise editionGitHub download, Helm chartsDeployed by Scality Technical Services
SupportCommunity only24x7 support from Scality and its partners
ManagementAPI and CLI, Cloud-based management through Zenko Orbit up to 1 TB of dataAPI and CLI, Cloud-based management through Zenko Orbit for all data

ZENKO CORE FEATURES

Multiple storage backend (RING sproxyd, RING S3Connector, Amazon S3, other S3-compatible, Google Storage, Azure Blob)

One API endpoint compatible with S3

Scalable, easy-to-use metadata search that aggregates both system and user created metadata across storage locations

One-to-many cross region replication

Lifecycle policies: expiration

Deploy anywhere on Kubernetes

Why You Need Zenko

Enterprises and users have sophisticated needs that are not satisfied by one cloud provider. Some applications are best served by Amazon S3 while others may require integrations with Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud.

Multi-Cloud Workflow

Users may store data in a private object-storage system and use Zenko to automatically replicate objects with specific metadata to Amazon S3 buckets to make use of the best CDN.

Watch how files tagged as “ready for production” in Adobe Premiere, using standard S3 protocol get automatically replicated by Zenko to Amazon, Google and Azure, connected to their respective CDN.

Multi-Cloud Workflow

Users may store data in a private object-storage system and use Zenko to automatically replicate objects with specific metadata to Amazon S3 buckets to make use of the best CDN.

Watch how files tagged as “ready for production” in Adobe Premiere, using standard S3 protocol get automatically replicated by Zenko to Amazon, Google and Azure, connected to their respective CDN.

Multi-Cloud Workflow

Users may store data in a private object-storage system and use Zenko to automatically replicate objects with specific metadata to Amazon S3 buckets to make use of the best CDN.

Watch how files tagged as “ready for production” in Adobe Premiere, using standard S3 protocol get automatically replicated by Zenko to Amazon, Google and Azure, connected to their respective CDN.

Multi-Cloud Workflow

Users may store data in a private object-storage system and use Zenko to automatically replicate objects with specific metadata to Amazon S3 buckets to make use of the best CDN.

Watch how files tagged as “ready for production” in Adobe Premiere, using standard S3 protocol get automatically replicated by Zenko to Amazon, Google and Azure, connected to their respective CDN.