What is Orchesto?
Orchesto is a lightweight middleware software designed to enable true multi-cloud compute and storage and to secure cloud data deployments better than ever before. On top of the multi-cloud enablement and security functionality, Orchesto also provides an excellent toolset to ensure data governance no matter if the data is placed in a private, public or hybrid cloud. On the backend side, Orchesto supports, through one single interface, connectivity to 15+ cloud suppliers ranging from the very largest to specialized local ones.
The cornerstones of Orchesto
Leveraging multicloud benefits through one single interface.
Unrivalled protection for data in the cloud. Protected from internal and external threats in transport as well as at rest.
Supporting programmatic adherence to set data management policies.
Take control and protect your data in the cloud
Orchesto connects to and acts on data across infrastructrral borders, supporting filesystem on-prem as well as multicloud backend solutions
Orchesto is cloud agnostic giving back full control of data and applications to customers no matter where data is stored and how it is used.
Orchesto secures the safeguarding of customer data by applying gateway side encryption, the Zebware data dispersion algorithm (zIDA) and granular IAM data access rules defining who can take what actions on what information.
Data is further protected by leveraging Orchesto Fort, a secure virtual bucket holding non-removable historical copies of the data. This makes it an ideal functionality to support legal compliance as well as ransomware protection.
As Orchesto writes to and reads from cache providing a performance boost as well as cost reductions from reduced egress cloud data.
Private & public backends
Through the single south-bound Orchesto interface, a large number of different cloud providers, customers’ own private clouds and other on-prem file systems can be accessed. The applications connected to Orchesto are no longer subject to the complexity associated with the differences between various cloud protocols as Orchesto is performing that translation too. With this abstraction from the underlying cloud supplier, our customers can store and manage data in a substantially more flexible way compared to today and without the need for any additional technical development. Orchesto is thus providing not only a simplified way of connecting legacy as well as cloud native applications to the cloud but is also presenting an easy way of implementing a multi-cloud design.
The introduction of Orchesto marks a radical shift in how new operating environments can be set up, leveraging the best opportunities from private and different public clouds
By providing direct integration to 15+ separate cloud service providers, the Orchesto platform facilitates a true multi-cloud architecture and design. We are constantly integrating additional cloud service providers and are looking forward to soon onboard a number of Swedish suppliers.