After wondering why there is not an effective way to take care of years’ worth of files that are cluttering up your file server – what is the solution for this? Most solutions that are available only can build a database for what is basically a file system? ArchiverFS is different
How different is it? ArchiverFS does its work at the file system level and this gives anyone using it a structured method to bring all your old and unused files to 2nd tier storage, without even trying to store file pointers to files or even metadata for files in a database.
Here are the features you expect:
- Seamless stubs left instead of old files once they are moved
- Lots of choices for controlling the way files are moved such as file age, size, type, etc.
- Able to compress all files after they processed
And, you will also get scalability that is massive, no agent needed as well as being compatible with other technologies like DFS and de-duplication.
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In addition, subscription licenses are now available for ArchiverFS.
Over several years, this company has had many appeals to present a licensing model for ArchiverFS that its subscription based.
Up until now all licenses were everlasting and operated on a ‘buy once use forever’ foundation with yearly support renewals. Despite licensing cost being a fraction of competitors plus the fact that ArchiverFS already represented a value for money that is simply amazing, this model has the effect of loading a lot of the costs up front. Being able to now offer a subscription-based license together with the perpetual licenses enable this company to provide a way to take the initial cost and spread it evenly over years 2 plus.
So, this simple and cost-effective way on how to get grips with our file system can also be sent to you on a trial basis. You can bring order to the chaos and
- Save money on backups
- Cut restore times if there is a disaster
- Help ensure compliance with legislation where you are located
- Enables you to free up knowingly more space on expensive 1st line storage
Download this trial version of ArchiverFS for free and give it a test drive.