With Flexify.IO, storing your data in a cloud does not imply dependency on a single provider anymore! By unlocking your application from the specific cloud vendor or protocol, you finally gain the freedom to decide when and where to store your data. And we took care about data migration too!
Isn’t it nice to have the flexibility to switch between Amazon, Microsoft, Google and other cloud storage providers whenever you like with a click of a button?
Once you gain the freedom to store your data with a provider of your choice, it is easier than ever to get the service you deserve and save dollars from your budget!
What if your current cloud provider does not fit you anymore? Now moving to another provider is easier than ever! You don't even need to modify your app code!
Distribute your data between multiple cloud storages. Flexify.IO will merge the data and present it to your application as a single bucket.
Select the default storage and Flexify.IO will put all data the your application writes into it. Changed your mind? Just choose another storage.
Store your data in two or more storages for extra reliability and performance. Flexify.IO will server the data from the best available storage.
Your application designed for Amazon S3 will not work with Azure out-of-the-box. Flexify.IO takes care of this by transparently converting protocols.
With intutive Migration Wizard, move your data between different providers, or between buckets or regions of the same provider.
Should there be already data in migration destination, you have flexible rules to tell us what you want to do with this data (keep, overwrite, etc.).
We skip duplicate objects with matching keys and hashes, making migrations much faster and saving you data transfer costs.
Flexify.IO is SaaS and runs in a cloud. There is no need to install anything locally, and extra traffic will not create additional load on your network.
Flexify.IO uses connectors to read and write cloud data. Flexible architecture allows us to easily add new connectors. If you need another protocol or provider, send us a request.