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Storage Solutions

We build your storage solution from scratch or we configure, monitor and manage the storage you already have in-house or in the cloud, allowing you to easily manage your data, with minimal costs.



The amount of data stored by each company has been increasing exponentially, every year. Statistics show that 90% of the data available today was created over the past two years. The need to access it very quickly and from different systems led to the emergence of a complex storage device called Storage.


Set up, monitored and managed by professionals, this device can be the right scalable and flexible solution for your company’s growing data management issues. It will allow you to access them quickly, to retrieve them easily and manage them reducing costs, regardless of their volume.

How does storage work?



A storage combines several Hard Drives (HDDs) or Solid State Drives (SSDs) to increase the storage capacity of the servers, using a technology called RAID (redundant array of independent disks). This gives stored data both redundancy and increased access speed.


Using RAID technology, the same data is shared across multiple disks, making them available even if one or more of them fail. To access data on Storage, servers connect through protocols, such as Fiber Channel or iSCSI.






How Magnetic IT Services manages your storage solutions



With us, your data will always be safe. Because we monitor load, speed, IOPS (input / output operations per second) and the physical condition of the components 24/7, we always know if a problem occurs.

Software Defined Storage (SDS)

Software Defined Storage (SDS) is a state-of-the-art solution that allows users and organizations to replace or complement the hardware platform for increased flexibility and efficiency and faster scalability.


This approach allows storage resources to be an integral part of a larger architecture, in which resources can be easily automated.


When administered correctly, this model increases performance, availability, and efficiency.




  • SDS Software Defined StorageHigh-speed data access
  • Maximum performance
  • Works with any type of hardware
  • Extended flexibility
  • Integrated scalability
  • Programmability
  • Automation
  • Lower costs
  • Perfect for virtualization
  • High data availability
  • Interoperability

SAN (Storage Area Network)

SAN systems provide high-speed data transfer.


SAN Storage

Servers connect to this type of storage directly or through SAN switches that use a special technology called Fiber Channel.


Many SAN systems have their own operating system that uses RAID and data caching technologies for increased access speed.




  • High-speed data access
  • It does not burden the data network, because it uses a completely separate infrastructure
  • The operating system provides direct access to the data block
  • It can be used directly as a server disk
  • Data security
  • Very easy to extend
  • Perfect for virtualization

NAS (Network Attached Storage)

NAS Storage

NAS systems use Ethernet technology to access stored data. Servers, computers, or other devices access NAS using protocols such as iSCSI (Internet Small Computer Systems Interface) or NFS (Network File System).


The major advantage of NAS devices is that they can use the same network as the communications network, but they do not benefit from the speed of the Fiber Channel protocol.




  • Relatively cheaper than SAN
  • Redundant storage technology
  • Flexibility
  • It reduces infrastructure costs, uses existing data network to connect
  • Automatic backup for other devices or in the cloud.
  • Easy to manage

Hyper-converged (HCI) systems


The hyper-converged infrastructure intelligently combines the hardware of multiple physical servers to form a common block of processors, memory, and disk.


At any time, a new node can be added to the infrastructure, increasing the available resources. Using local server storage, hyper-converged systems offer companies cost savings and great flexibility.




  • Cost reduction: Companies only purchase the required number of servers.
  • Scalability: Available resources can be increased at any time.
  • Increased data protection: Data is redundantly shared across multiple servers in the infrastructure.
  • Helps keep data safe: It is ideal for Virtualization, Backup, and Disaster Recovery infrastructure.