New solution allows Linux users to make Rsync backups directly into the Cloud

LONDON, UK – 16th March 2016 – / — Cloud provider, ElasticHosts, has today launched a new cloud storage solution specifically designed for Linux users. ElasticHosts Cloud Storage is specifically built for the needs of Linux system administrators, and works out of the box with common Linux tools such as Rsync backup and SSHFS remote file servers. The new service is immediately available from ElasticHosts datacentres worldwide and can be used as a standalone service or alongside the company’s Cloud Servers, both VMs and auto-scaling Linux Containers.

ElasticHosts Cloud Storage provides unlimited file storage on-demand. It dynamically scales as required and is billed only by consumption. Customers can choose from ElasticHosts worldwide data centres to get fast local access in an appropriate data jurisdiction, and benefit from 24/7 support.

Key use cases include:

  • Offsite backups: Full Rsync integration allows system administrators to import files and maintain incremental backups using standard Linux tools
  • Shared network drives: Share files, connecting securely from multiple locations over SSHFS or WebDAV
  • Hosting static web pages and downloads: Serve simple pages or large downloads without a webserver, or offload these from your webserver
  • Integration with ElasticHosts cloud servers: Run auto-scaling Linux Containers directly from SSD storage, and mount your storage on VMs, enabling tight integration with your software and direct remote access into the filesystem of your running server

Richard Davies, CEO for ElasticHosts, comments: “Most cloud storage products, such as Dropbox, are built for consumers on desktop computers, or have complicated APIs, like Amazon S3. This makes them cumbersome for Linux system administrators to use. We are heavily involved in the Linux community and were keen to create a solution that meets their specific needs and works with their existing tools; it is actually something we use internally. For example, Rsync is a fantastic tool for incremental backups that is widely used, so when we were designing the storage we knew it needed to integrate with it. Similarly SSHFS remote file servers are very popular.

ElasticHosts Cloud Storage can be purchased directly from ElasticHosts’ website:

About ElasticHosts
ElasticHosts is a global Cloud provider that offers easy-to-use Cloud Servers and Storage with instant, flexible computing capacity. As well as Cloud Storage, ElasticHosts also offers Virtual Machines, Linux Containers, Managed Cloud Servers and Reseller Programs. The company has thousands of customers in over 60 countries worldwide, and has 10 data centres located in UK, Europe, US, Canada, Asia and Australia. Its headquarters are in London, UK. ElasticHosts is committed to developing simple, flexible and cost-effective cloud services for businesses worldwide.

For press enquiries please contact:
Spark Communications
Tel: 0207 436 0420

Source: ElasticHosts



General Tags: online backup services, online backup news, online backup providers directory, CEO interviews, top rated online backups, cloud computing, online file storage, backing up online, online backup reviews, SaaS, data storage, online data backup, online file backup, data security, online backup, compare online backups, software as a service, online backup companies

Like us on Facebook

Do you like this post? Subscribe to our RSS feed ===========================


Related posts:

  1. New Veeam Backup for Linux Delivers Availability for Linux Servers in the Cloud and On Premises; Latest FREE Tool from Veeam
  2. NetJapan, Inc., Releases ActiveImage Protector 2016 Linux Edition, a High-Speed System Backup and Disaster Recovery Solution Now with Support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2 and CentOS 7.2
  3. Actifio Launches a Painkiller for Enterprises with Large Databases in Linux
  4. Barracuda Adds Certifications to Protect Red Hat Enterprise Linux and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Environments
  5. Linux Journal Readers Again Name ownCloud Among Top Open Source Projects and Best Cloud-Based File Storage
  6. CloudBacko Pro Backup Software Now Supports Linux
  7. Symform, P2P Online Data Backup and Storage Solution Provider, Extends Its Free Unlimited Cloud Backup to Top Linux Distributions
  8. OSNEXUS and Pogo Linux Announce Hybrid Cloud Storage Solution for Microsoft Azure