Amazon S3

Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service) can be used to store and retrieve any amount of data, at any time, from anywhere on the web. It gives anybody access to the same highly scalable, reliable, fast, inexpensive data storage infrastructure that Amazon uses to run its own global network of web sites. The service aims to maximize benefits of scale and to pass those benefits on to customers.  Learn more from the Solution Brief or watch the webinar.


Cisco Systems

Panzura is part of the Cisco Developer Network and our Quicksilver Cloud Storage Controller ESX virtual machine is certified by Cisco for its UCS E server, providing small remote office/back office (ROBO) locations with a low cost, low overhead cloud NAS solution.  Users and applications can directly leverage cloud storage from any major provider to access or share files or project workflows globally, archive data, or recover lost data.  This consolidated solution reduces footprint, minimizes management, and empowers remote users and applications with powerful NAS capabilities.  For more information, see the Cisco Solution Brief.



Cleversafe has created a breakthrough technology that solves petabyte and beyond big data storage problems. This solution drives up to 90 percent of the storage cost out of the business while enabling secure and reliable global access and collaboration. The world’s largest data repositories rely on Cleversafe. To learn more read the solution brief



The Panzura System supports the EMC Atmos API, allowing Multi-Site File Services to be deployed on top of any Atmos-powered public or private cloud. Find out more, download the Panzura-EMC Atmos Clouds Solution Brief and view the webinar.


Google Cloud Services

Google’s cloud services is a collection of products that allows developers and businesses to build and run applications, store and analyze data on Google’s cloud. For more information, download the Panzura-Google Cloud Services Solution Brief


HP Cloud Services

HP Cloud Services provides public cloud infrastructure services for organizations of all sizes. Designed with OpenStack™ technology, HP’s open, transparent architecture ensures no vendor lock-in, improves developer productivity, features easy-to-use tools for faster time to code, provides access to a rich partner ecosystem, and is backed by exceptional customer support. HP’s initial offering includes on-demand compute instances or virtual machines, scalable online storage capacity and accelerated delivery of cached content to end users. HP’s full suite of public cloud services enable the next generation of web services to be built, run and scaled on a global basis backed with a broad marketplace of analytics, tools and services. HP’s cloud supports customers with a differentiated hybrid delivery model, providing interoperability and portability across public, private and managed clouds. For additional information visit  Also see the Panzura HP Solution Brief and the technology briefs on Cloud NAS, Active Archiving, and Backup with HP.


Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure provides scalable, durable cloud storage, backup, and recovery solutions for any data, big and small. It works with the infrastructure you already have to cost-effectively enhance your business continuity strategy as well as provide storage required by your cloud applications including unstructured text or binary data such as video, audio and images. Azure delivers a 99.95% compute SLA and enables you to run solutions on the same cloud that powers Skype, Office 365, Bing, and Xbox. Azure provides built-in software patching, network load balancing and high-availability features. Azure offers 24×7 technical support with engineers constantly monitoring service health.