Report Shows How Cloud Fabric Can Reduce Cloud Storage Costs


A new study by Kaminario conducted by the ESG that revealed a potential saving of 64 percent on data storage costs by using cloud fabric.

Kaminario, a cloud storage provider, has published a study conducted by the Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) that revealed a potential saving of 64 percent on data storage costs, compared to public Infrastructure-as-a-service (Iaas) providers.

The study, commissioned by Kaminario, shows that the company’s Cloud Fabric solution is much more cost-effective, in comparison to hyperscale Iaas offerings, like Amazon Web Services.

Kaminario Cloud Fabric is a software-only, pay-per-use consumption model, developed on the VisionOS storage platform with Clarity analytics suite. The hardware stack is provided by Tech Data, a technology integrator that can scale up and down, both on-site and off-site.

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“Kaminario Cloud Fabric creates an opportunity for service providers to offer an alternative to managed public cloud services,” said Josh Epstein, Kaminario CMO. “Modern IT is rapidly evolving toward a multi-cloud reality. We see enormous opportunity for service providers to build offerings with the flexibility and simplicity of hyperscale offerings, with more customized services and better economic stories for their customers.”

ESG also found that Kaminario Cloud Fabric economic viability improved as the scale of development grows, making the platform more applicable to large consumer Internet companies and enterprises.

“Cloud Fabric offers compelling technology for service providers offering alternatives to managed public cloud services,” said Scott Sinclair, senior analyst at ESG. “The combination of Kaminario’s composable storage technology approach with its usage-based consumption model redefines storage economics for cloud scale applications.”

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