CloudLanes Integrates With Microsoft Azure Data Box To Help Customers Move Data Offline to Azure


Customers in the Oil & Gas, and Media & Entertainment segments deal with large scale data that benefit from offline movement to Microsoft Azure. By integrating with Azure Data Box, CloudLanes CDP helps our mutual customers accelerate data ingest to the cloud. Dean Paron, Director, Microsoft Corp.

CloudLanes, a Microsoft Ventures and Cervin Ventures portfolio company, announced the integration of it’s flagship Cloud Data Platform (CDP) with Microsoft Azure Data Box to help enterprise customers move large scale data to Microsoft Azure in a seamless, safe and secure manner.

Ray Rodriguez from San Diego State University (SDSU) has been looking forward to solving the challenge of moving large volumes of video files to the cloud in a cost effective manner by leveraging the CloudLanes CDP and offline ingest using Azure Data Box. “While CloudLanes CDP provides us super-fast ingest to Microsoft Azure, we still were looking for a way to move our offline videos to the cloud via a bulk transport mechanism. This integration allows us to achieve this objective,” said Ray.

Asif Moinuddin, CEO of CloudLanes, said, “There is a need for a solution that seamlessly combines online cloud migration with offline bulk move of data to the cloud. At SDSU, our cloud-native solution will deliver a seamless online as well as offline ingest of data and media to public cloud. Data views will be combined and this will be a seamless experience for the customers.”

Vijay Ramaswamy said, “CloudLanes has cloud native hooks and secure integration with Microsoft Azure, which helps make the Azure Data Box solution seamless for customers. Add to that our added capabilities of chain of custody, data verification and immediate leverage of cloud native tools, customers will be able to ascertain which part of the data was moved via the online network and which part of the data set was merged via Azure Data Box.”

This is important to provide absolute auditability to ascertain authenticity of data. The customers will able to use Azure Search to search the data and use additional tools and software in Azure suitable for the dataset immediately and on demand.

Dean Paron, Director, Azure Data Box, Microsoft Corp. said,…

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