Cardiff, Wales, 22nd September 2022 – Further to our recent announcement on the 1st September regarding the expansion of our technical partner network, we are pleased to announce today that we have successfully updated our MatrixStore Hybrid workflow toolset to include integrations to AWS – S3 and Glacier, Microsoft Azure – Hot, Cool and Archive Tiers, Wasabi, Seagate Lyve, and Google Cloud Platform – Standard, Nearline and Archive Buckets.
Following rigorous testing protocols, we have integrated and tested the common cloud buckets, writing to their APIs, meaning customers can now benefit from flexible multi-cloud options and hybrid workflows.
Our customers want to have the ability to access and protect their media assets in a flexible and automated manner. We also understand that many of them are working with multiple cloud vendors, and therefore need the ability to be able to share that across these platforms with their partners and their own internal or external customers.
For these reasons, it’s important for us to listen to our customer’s needs, understand their requirements, and be able to provide them with the technical support to help them achieve their goals. All of this means our customers, whether in Avid, Adobe, Telestream, Vizrt, Editshare environments, etc., can have the peace of mind that comes with knowing their content is being securely stored and managed across multiple locations.
Nick Pearce, Sales and Marketing Director at Object Matrix commented: “With automated MatrixStore vault to cloud storage options, our customers can use one or all of the main cloud storage solutions for a deep, cold third copy of their assets or even simply just copying assets to the cloud to trigger other workflows. Our customers want choice and barriers removed to accessing and sharing archive content with their global community. Our MatrixStore Hybrid solution gives our customers that choice.
Vaults on the MatrixStore object storage platform can also be configured to keep multiple copies of content locally until such time that a confirmed copy is held in the cloud platform. At this time, the number of local copies can automatically be reduced to a pre-defined number. This automation reduces the operational steps required to protect content in hybrid workflows.”