Avere vFXT for Azure
Faster, more accessible data storage for high-performance computing at the edge
Run high-performance, file-based workloads in Azure
As compute demand rises, on-premises resources can quickly become strained, bringing important work to a halt. Move excess capacity safely to Azure while leaving large datasets in your network-attached storage or in Azure Blob Storage for a cloud NAS solution.
Avere vFXT for Azure lets you protect your infrastructure investment while easily managing new demands. Run your NFS and SMB workloads without latency, and scale them to your needs using an intelligent cache to keep your data placement efficient, flexible, and cost-effective.
- Process large datasets—terabytes to petabytes—in the cloud, quickly and easily
- Access scalable infrastructure when you need it
- Run file-based workloads in Azure using on-premises NAS or Azure Blob Storage
Automatically identify and cache active data needed for your most demanding workloads, minimizing storage latency for heavy-read environments.
File-based applications access Azure compute resources from either on-premises network-attached storage (NFS and/or SMB) or Azure Blob storage (REST).
Turn it on or turn it off. Avere vFXT gives you the scale and flexibility of Azure at your fingertips to support even your most critical workloads.
Hybrid cloud with Avere vFXT for Azure
Solutions by industry
Media and entertainment
In post-production, deadlines depend on artist productivity. Avere vFXT keeps the render farm humming by connecting Azure resources quickly. This lifts infrastructure limitations so you can do more in less time with lower overhead.
Health and life sciences
Translational medicine and genomics research can challenge your infrastructure. Move excess genomics processing into Azure and keep your clinical and biological researchers focused on finding cures.
Quantitative and risk analytics require timely access to the right resources to make strategic decisions. With Avere vFXT, hedge fund and investment institutions can use Azure to efficiently take advantage of large computing demands.
Edge devices create data that holds insights into innovation and solutions. Efficient large-scale data ingestion is key to advancing research and development, whether for autonomous vehicles or energy generation. Access this data quickly for analysis in Azure using Avere vFXT.
Build solutions that help government agencies reduce dependencies on infrastructure while managing the growing demand for analytics and intelligence. Shift legacy and modern applications to Azure to maintain core missions without disruption.
Why trust Avere vFXT for Azure?
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"Technology cannot be a barrier. We use Avere vFXT for Azure so we can focus on creativity, our priority."Dave Blommers, Global Head of Technology, Mr. X
"Technology used to be a hindrance. Today, if our artists need 50,000 hours to render, we expect to be able to deliver 50,000 hours. We can scale storage, compute, workstations, all nearly instantly and without limits in Azure."Karsten Hecker, Chief Technical Officer, Outpost VFX
Everything you need to get started
Storage Accounts updates, blogs, and announcements
Azure Blob storage lifecycle management now supports blob versions management
Azure Blob access time tracking and access time-based lifecycle management preview
Azure Blob storage lifecycle management now supports append blobs
Azure Files support for NFS v4.1 is now in preview
Azure Blob storage object replication is now generally available
Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 access control list recursive update in public preview
AzCopy v10.6 released with updated sync features and larger blob size support
New regions added for Azure Blob storage object replication public preview
Choose to allow or disallow blob public access on Azure Storage accounts