Azure Native Qumulo TCO Report

Azure Native Qumulo TCO Report

File storage is a crucial component of IT storage infrastructure, and today’s IT landscape provides a wide array of file storage solutions for IT organizations to choose from including both on-premises network attached storage (NAS) and cloud-based offerings. Alongside performance, scalability, and advanced feature sets, economics are often a key consideration for IT organizations when evaluating storage offerings. To accurately understand the economics of the different cloud and on-premises solutions available, a total cost of ownership (TCO) evaluation should be completed that includes the various cost factors of each solution and projects the total cost out over an extended period of time.

In our latest report, Azure Native Qumulo TCO Report, The Futurum Group, in partnership with Qumulo, explores the TCO analysis of Qumulo’s Azure Native Qumulo (ANQ) managed cloud service to examine its cost over a 7-year period. The TCO analysis compares ANQ with leading file solutions both on-premises and in the cloud. The resulting analysis highlights the economic benefits of the ANQ solution, including a low cost per terabyte, predictable pricing, and a pay-only-for-what-you-use model.

In this brief, you will learn:

  • ANQ’s low-cost cloud pricing model
  • A TCO evaluation of ANQ and competitive cloud and on-premises file storage offerings 
  • Key economic advantages of the ANQ solution 

If you are interested in learning more, download your copy of our Azure Native Qumulo TCO Report today.

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Author Information

Mitch comes to The Futurum Group through the acquisition of the Evaluator Group and is focused on the fast-paced and rapidly evolving areas of cloud computing and data storage. Mitch joined Evaluator Group in 2019 as a Research Associate covering numerous storage technologies and emerging IT trends.

With a passion for all things tech, Mitch brings deep technical knowledge and insight to The Futurum Group’s research by highlighting the latest in data center and information management solutions. Mitch’s coverage has spanned topics including primary and secondary storage, private and public clouds, networking fabrics, and more. With ever changing data technologies and rapidly emerging trends in today’s digital world, Mitch provides valuable insights into the IT landscape for enterprises, IT professionals, and technology enthusiasts alike.