Cloud Modernization

Most enterprises are now cloud first and are going through data center transformations working with the large public cloud providers. File storage infrastructure is one of the last boat anchors in your data center to move to the cloud.

About Us

Since the company was founded in 2023, the product has evolved and advanced. We’ve been called a gateway, a Cloud NAS solution, a cloud file services platform. But that fundamental cloud-native innovation has not changed, and we’ve remained true to our founding beliefs.

  • Scale to fit all files and locations globally
  • Drastically reduce storage costs
  • Eliminate separate backup and DR

This initial realization sparked the development of the world’s first and only cloud-native global file system, FileCove, and unleashed a wave of new capabilities. Unlike other cloud file storage solutions, AstroCloud is free to scale to any level because of its cloud-native design. Isolated silos of file storage at hundreds of locations around the world can be unified through a single cloud solution.

The Value of AstroCloud

AstroCloud reduces file infrastructure TCO by an average of 60 percent, while freeing administrators from the traditional pains of managing unstructured data. Every AstroCloud customer enjoys the same core set of integrated file data services that replace alternative multiple, stand-alone products and technologies.

  • 01 Unlimited File Storage

    AstroCloud leverages the scalability of cloud object storage to provide unlimited capacity to an unlimited number of sites and users. It eliminates the need to ‘second guess” your capacity requirements for any one user or application, and lets you adapt seamlessly and quickly to changes in demand for file storage, just by increasing your cloud storage and AstroCloud subscriptions.

  • File synchronization is provided by an automated, no-maintenance cloud orchestration center that can synchronize millions of file changes per hour. The result is increased productivity for your whole organization, without expensive infrastructure investment.

  • Harness the full value of your unstructured data by making it available to your favorite AI, BI, ML, and other analytics applications. The AstroCloud Analytics Connector makes it easy to export data for analytics, regardless of how large your data set is or which cloud you want to use.


Extensive Protocol Support

AstroCloud supports access to files through standard SMB (CIFS), NFS, FTP/SFTP, and HTTPS file-sharing protocols. Do you have a mix of MacOS and Windows machines? AstroCloud's advanced support for extended macOS file attributes and metadata allows for easy file sharing across both environments.

HTTPS 100%
SMB (CIFS) 75%
NFS 55%


AstroCloud is disrupting the file data services market with a cloud-based approach that replaces traditional on-premises file infrastructure. AstroCloud delivers a file data services platform that leverages object storage delivering a simpler, lower cost, and more efficient SaaS solution that scales easily to handle rapid unstructured data growth.

Scale without Limits

AstroCloud’s unique features are built on a cloud services platform backed by the largest, most available and secure object storage.


By eliminating the on-premises infrastructure required for legacy file servers, NAS, backup, and disaster recovery, AstroCloud provides 40-60% savings over traditional architectures.

Simplify File Storage

AstroCloud provides cloud file storage for an unlimited number of sites from a single console, with capacity on-demand where and when it’s needed and includes built-in backup and disaster recovery.

File Data Platform Add‑on Services

AstroCLoud offers additional add-on services for ransomware protection, access anywhere, and multi-site collaboration.

Born in the Cloud

Unlike other cloud file data services solutions that have been lifted-and shifted to the cloud, AstroCloud was born in the cloud. All elements of the AstroCloud platform are built around a cloud-native architecture that removes the limits of hardware file servers, simplifies management and data protection across multiple locations, and increases the speed at which all users can access a single, synchronized global file system.

Frequently Asked Questions

The questions will probably be familiar to anyone out there who’s considering this shift for their own organization. The infographic has the details, too, but I’ll address them quickly here as well.

  • How long will it take you to recover in the event of a ransomware attack?

    Today, simply protecting data is not enough. Your systems need to be smarter. Organizations need to evaluate and invest in technologies that detect and mitigate ransomware attacks as early as possible to limit the scope of the damage. And you need to have solutions in place that allow you to recover that data in as little time as possible. If your backup solution needs days or weeks to restore all your files after a ransomware attack, the productivity impact could be severe.

  • The severity of the impact depends on your industry and business specifics, but whether you are thinking about natural disasters or ransomware, you need to have a clear sense of the cost of downtime.

  • Another critical factor to consider is whether there will still be a loss of files and data after everything is restored due to the timing or scheduling of your backups. Some organizations assume that daily backups are good enough, but in the event of a ransomware attack or disaster, restoring from the last backup or the last healthy backup could mean that one or more days of work will be lost, in addition to the time lost to recovery. As you evaluate your data protection and recovery systems, you need to take this into account.

  • If you have a data protection and recovery plan that effectively addresses the first three questions, the final consideration is whether that solution is testable. Few high-pressure situations rival the intensity of your business going offline because of a disaster or ransomware attack. As a CIO or IT leader, you cannot simply trust the assurances of your vendors. You need to have a solution that you can test on a regular basis so that when disaster strikes, you know exactly what to do and exactly how that solution is going to respond.

  • In brief, yes. Protecting your organization’s data through a cloud file services solution gives you the power to craft and implement a more intelligent, responsive, resilient, testable, and cost-effective data protection and recovery strategy. I encourage you to explore the alternatives yourself, but keep in mind the five questions above as you do.


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