OVERVIEW

SPEED-AS-A-SERVICE™

CloudOpt’s Speed-as-a-Service™ helps companies dramatically accelerate the movement of data to and from the cloud. This innovative service delivers the most cost effective and easy to use data acceleration solution for the cloud and has helped customers reduce data transfer times and costs by up to 90%.

The CloudOpt client intercepts data destined for addresses in any of the CloudOpt supported public clouds, such as Amazon EC2 or S3; establishes a secure and encrypted connection to the Speed-as-a-Service network in the requested region; applies compression, deduplication, and protocol optimizations; and then delivers the data to its original destination within the supported cloud. Speed-as-a-Service remembers what data has been sent and does not resend data in subsequent transfers, which can result in over 90% improvement in transfer times.

STEPS

  • Sign up for the Free Trial
  • Install the CloudOptimizer Client
  • Transfer your data at lightning fast speeds

KEY BENEFITS

  • TCP based; supports almost all cloud tools and applications
  • Accelerate upload and recovery (10x faster)
  • Reduce bandwidth usage by up to 90%
  • Secure data movement

MORE DETAILS

Accelerate and secure backup, recovery, database replication, and data migration. Simply download and install a small client and all transfers and application access to your clouds will be faster and more secure. The client software creates an optimized and secure connection from your computer to the cloud.

Whether you move information once or a million times, huge files or thousands of tiny ones, you need to know you can get to the cloud and back, fast and reliably. It doesn't matter if you are a large data protection and storage organization, a database team, or you just want to store your files.

SUPPORTED CLOUDS

  • Amazon AWS (EC2, S3, Glacier, RDS, VPC, etc.)
  • Rackspace
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Google Compute Engine
  • Other clouds available upon request

AVAILABLE CLIENTS

  • Windows XP/Vista/2008/7/2012/8
  • Linux (Ubuntu, CentOS, and substantially similar distributions)