Use AWS S3 for more than just object storage
By caching frequently accessed data in the Managed AWS Storage Gateway, companies can now use standard storage protocols (including iSCSI or VTL) to connect existing storage applications and workflows to the AWS S3 cloud storage platform.
The Managed AWS Storage Gateway provides low-latency access to data while securely and durably storing data in AWS S3, AWS EBS, or AWS Glacier cloud storage platforms.
Real-time, intelligent optimization of the data minimizes ingress and egress charges to the AWS cloud storage platforms, lowering TCO, and increasing predictability in monthly storage costs.
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By enabling access to S3 via iSCSI or VTL, you can use AWS cloud storage the way you want, while retaining the durability and scalability you expect.
Real-time, intelligent optimization of data minimizes ingress and egress charges to AWS. This lowers your TCO and makes your monthly costs more predictable.
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The Managed AWS Cached Storage Gateway expands the use case for S3 from Object Storage and makes it a flexible as a data storage platform. The Cached Storage Gateway minimizes the need to scale on-premises storage infrastructure by providing premise and cloud-based applications with low-latency access to frequently accessed data. The Cached Storage Gateway stores data directly in S3 while retaining recently read data in the Cached Storage Gateway. This enables S3 to function as a standard, iSCSI storage appliance while providing all of the advantages of limitless cloud storage.
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The Managed AWS Volume Storage Gateway expands the use case for S3 from Object Storage and makes it usable as a storage volume which can be asynchronously backed up as point-in-time snapshots and stored in the cloud as Amazon EBS snapshots. The Volume Storage Gateway presents applications with storage volumes using the iSCSI block protocol. Schedules can be set for snapshots. They can be created via the AWS Management Console or the service API. All snapshot storage is encrypted and compressed to minimize storage charges. This enables S3 to function as a standard, iSCSI storage appliance in support of comprehensive backup and recovery operations
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The Managed AWS Virtual Tape Library (VTL) expands the use case for S3 from Object Storage and makes it usable as a s an industry-standard iSCSI-based virtual tape library (VTL), consisting of a virtual media changer and virtual tape drives. The Managed AWS VTL Gateway enables enterprises to use existing backup applications and workflows while writing to a nearly limitless collection of virtual tapes. Each virtual tape is stored in Amazon S3. When immediate or frequent access to data contained on a virtual tape is no longer required, a backup application can move it from the Storage Gateway VTL into an archive tier that sits on top of Amazon Glacier cloud storage, further reducing storage costs.