Integrate Network Attached Storage with Ease
Dynamic File Services supports using remote paths in a pair, such as published shares on network attached storage (NAS).
Create a standard pair with a secondary path on a remote device such as a network filer. You can take advantage of lower-cost secondary storage solutions and seamlessly expand storage capacity without affecting users. Users see a merged view of the files.
Create a retention pair on the Dynamic File Services server that uses a primary path and secondary path on different remote network filers. You can move files into a retention repository while allowing users to access files on the primary path.
- File Content Policies Move data to and from the cloud based on content of files rather than solely on file name, extension, or metadata. Read more
- Preview Policies Before Running Dynamic File Services allows admins to preview new policies and verify their functionality before putting them into production. Read more
- Run Policies Whenever You Want Policies allow you to control what type of files are moved and when they are moved. Read more
- Offload Retention Data to Less Expensive Storage A retention pair allows you to tier data between an active storage location and a retention repository. Read more