The new application will make content to live behind the firewall, in a third party storage cloud
Hybrid cloud firm Egnyte has introduced new content storage and sharing infrastructure, Cloud Control, which is claimed to offer security, scalability, control and ensure that content can be stored behind the firewall.
The new application claims to offer enterprise users with power over their cloud strategy with a cloud and device agnostic service that can scale to several users across different geographies.
In addition, the new content storage and sharing infrastructure also offers average upload speeds 25 times faster than ordinary cloud services, the company said.
Cloud Control allows customers to combine different storage devices and cloud types into a Global Name Space that gives users access to files irrespective of location, device type, or storage cloud.
In this way, storage is effectively decoupled from the application and nodes can be strategically placed in different geographies to take advantage of access patterns.
The new application will make content to live behind the firewall, in a third party storage cloud such as AWS S3, Microsoft Azure, Rackspace, etc or in Egnyte's public cloud.
In corporate networks, Cloud Control works off of existing file system structures, does not force deployment of proprietary file systems and allows direct access to local shares.