Cloud newcomer Aparavi is giving business customers greater mobility between their disparate cloud vendors and premises-based environments. Now, Aparavi is supporting more cloud platforms and is rolling out more features for the archival of unstructured data.
The channel-friendly startup on Tuesday revealed the general availability of Active Archive. The updated platform can work across more third-party cloud providers and offers brand-new data pruning and retention capabilities, according to the company.
Aparavi Active Archive supports public cloud services such as Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, and Wasabi, as well as private cloud providers Cloudian and Scality.
Aparavi has added support for Microsoft Azure and IBM Cloud in its latest release, and premises-based private cloud vendors Caringo.