Nasuni Primary Use Case
We are a global media company and I look after eight Nasuni Filers for the UK and Ireland.
In the UK, every Nasuni appliance is stored locally in an office. They are stored in a standard comms room, and if that office went down for any reason, there are snapshots of the data made every hour that could be accessed.
A web version of the data can be available if there was a need due to an outage in a local office, so we can keep the business working.View full review »
Server Engineering Services Lead at a mining and metals company with 10,001+ employees
We use Nasuni to provide storage at various locations. It is for office-type files that they would use for day-to-day office work, such as spreadsheets. None of it is critical data.
Each group at each site has its own data store. For example, HR has its own, and finance has its own. All of these different groups at different locations use this data, and they use these filers to store it.
The Nasuni filers are on-site, and we have virtual edge appliances on ESX servers at about 35 sites globally. The data stored at these sites is then fed up into Azure and we have all of our data stored there.View full review »
Managing Director of IT at a construction company with 201-500 employees
The use case specifically is to allow our engineering staff in different offices to be able to work collaboratively on the same projects at the same time. Also, another important feature for us is the ability to recover or restore data from any point in time in its history.
We have Nasuni Filers deployed at each of our offices in the US and another location in India. Nasuni is used by our engineering staff and where production engineering data is stored.
The cloud is used for synchronization from site to site as well as for backup and storing all our snapshot historical data.
We use different cloud providers for different things. Currently, hard Nasuni data is in AWS.View full review »
We needed a solution that would allow our 12 offices to collaborate from one central location of active business data that is continuously synchronized and backed up. This is the problem that Nasuni solved for us.
Our environment includes Nasuni's cloud-based file storage called UniFS, and at each site, we have a filer on-premise. Our normal SAN/NAS refresh cycle at each office location was 3 to 5 years. This IT work involved a lot of time, effort, and cost involving research, planning, and deployment of the properly sized SAN/NAS. With Nasuni, this hardware refresh cycle has literally stopped. Our capacity now scales on-demand.View full review »
Sr. IT Network Infrastructure Engineer at a construction company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Nasuni is our data storage solution. In addition, it's our data backup solution. As a construction company, we have onsite offices where we're building a building, a highway, or a water treatment plant, and we use Nasuni for data storage for all of those job sites. Additionally, for all of our regional offices, Nasuni is our storage solution for our entire company's internal data.
It has on-prem and SaaS components, but for all intents and purposes, it is on-prem.View full review »
Sr. Systems Analyst at a government with 501-1,000 employees
We use Nasuni to replicate sensitive data from on-premise to the cloud.
We have a hybrid deployment. It is hosted by a company in the cloud, but it is not our company.View full review »
Systems Analyst at a outsourcing company with 5,001-10,000 employees
We use it for a couple of business units that need to quickly transfer data from the field to our offices. They run tests in the field and then they have to get that data uploaded quickly. They connect to the filers in our cloud, and that allows the data to snapshot across to all the Nasuni environments within our organization.
It's deployed through a combination of on-prem and cloud. It's more of a platform as a service or infrastructure as a service because we have hardware appliances that connect to our Azure infrastructure in the cloud.View full review »
We need a traditional file server-type solution while reducing all of the complexities around the management of it.View full review »
CIO at Jerde
We use the Nasuni Filers and Nasuni Management Console (NMC) to manage those Filers.
We have four offices in Los Angeles, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Shanghai. In each office, we have a Nasuni Cloud Storage Gateway that allows end users in each office to access their data in the cloud. However, that data is cached locally.View full review »
We have one physical filer on-premises and six virtual filers.
Our primary use case is as a NAS service, and we use it for all of our companywide drives. It contains home drives, department drives, file sharing, etc. All of our end-users put their data on these drives.View full review »
Global Business Information Security Officer at a marketing services firm with 10,001+ employees
We primarily use Nasuni as a file server. It is an enterprise cloud gateway.View full review »
It is mainly used for file storage.
I belong to the administration part of the storage team who use it to handle all the file servers and the SAN storage. I manage a team who handles the day-to-day tasks of Nasuni. We have multiple teams who take care of our work on the Nasuni. There is a separate team who works on deployment and another separate team who handles the BAU tasks. So, we have different teams who work on different parts.View full review »
We use Nasuni to share data between our sites. It allows us to use a single volume at different sites and different locations, which means that it is easier for us to collaborate. We used to have a small, constant amount of storage space in our server but Nasuni and cloud storage allows us to grow with no limits.View full review »
We have two offices and each one has a local appliance that we use as file servers. They both replicate to each other, and we have a third appliance in Azure for DR. If a file server goes down in one office, we can use the other one. And if both go down, we can use the one in Azure.
It's a hybrid. So we have two appliances and one cloud-based appliance.View full review »
System Administrator at a marketing services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We use Nasuni for our production files so that they can be accessed from multiple facilities at once.
It is deployed through VMware.View full review »
We are using it for enterprise file storage. We have its latest version, and it is a hybrid deployment. The actual storage or data resides in the Azure cloud, but you access it either through VMs or hardware that you deploy on your premises.View full review »