Qumulo File Fabric (QF2) for AWS

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Qumulo File Fabric (QF2) for AWS

QF2 for AWS can be configured to support use cases from active archive to cloud rendering and more. QF2 clusters in AWS have utility pricing that is based on hours of use, capacity and performance. QF2 can be used for free in non-clustered, standalone mode in AWS. (PDF, 2 pages)


Qumulo File Fabric (QF2) for AWS is a modern, highly scalable file storage system that runs in the data center and in AWS.

Scales to billions of files. Use any mix of large and small files and store as many files as you need. There is no practical limit with QF2’s advanced file- system technology.

Highest rated support. Get help fast from our team of storage experts with your own Slack channel.

Cloud-based monitoring. QF2 proactively detects potential problems, such as disk failures. Access historical trend data about how your system is being used.

Out-of-the-box simplicity. Skip the pain. From the moment QF2 is unboxed to when it can start serving data is a matter of hours, not days. QF2 for AWS has even faster setup.

Complete REST API. Use the QF2 REST API to build and manage a modern application stack. It’s the future of infrastructure, available today.

“We are building a fully orchestrated visual effects rendering solution that spans our on-premises data center and AWS. We now have a QF2 cluster on AWS and in our data center creating a unified fabric that enables us to share file data between these two operating environments, maintain workflow consistency, and meet the high performance requirements for heavy compute workloads in the cloud
Jason Fotter, Co-founder and CTO

Want to see QF2 on AWS? Add the Qumulo Core AMI to your Amazon Web Services account right now. Get the AMI and watch the tutorial.

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