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Cloud Sync enables you to sync data from a source to a target (this is called a sync relationship). You should understand the supported relationships before you get started.

You can set up the source and target in a sync relationship as follows:

Source location Supported target locations

AWS EFS

  • AWS S3

  • Azure NetApp Files

  • NFS server

AWS S3

  • AWS EFS

  • AWS S3

  • Azure NetApp Files

  • CIFS Server

  • Cloud Volumes Service

  • NFS Server

  • StorageGRID

Azure Blob

  • Azure Blob

  • Azure NetApp Files

  • CIFS Server

  • NFS Server

Azure NetApp Files

  • AWS S3

  • Azure Blob Storage

  • Azure NetApp Files

  • NFS Server

CIFS server

  • AWS S3

  • Azure Blob

  • CIFS Server

  • GCP Storage

  • IBM Cloud Object Storage

  • StorageGRID

Cloud Volumes Service

  • AWS S3

  • NFS Server

Google Cloud Storage bucket

  • CIFS Server

  • NFS Server

IBM Cloud Object Storage

  • CIFS Server

  • IBM Cloud Object Storage

  • NFS Server

NFS server

  • AWS EFS

  • AWS S3

  • Azure Blob

  • Azure NetApp Files

  • Cloud Volumes Service

  • GCP Storage

  • IBM Cloud Object Storage

  • NFS Server

  • StorageGRID

StorageGRID Webscale

  • AWS S3

  • CIFS Server

  • NFS Server

  • StorageGRID Webscale

Notes:

  1. The CIFS or NFS server can be a NetApp system or a non-NetApp system.

  2. The following Azure Blob storage tiers are supported:

    • Hot storage

    • Cool storage

  3. You can choose a specific S3 storage class when AWS S3 is the target:

    • Standard (this is the default class)

    • Intelligent-Tiering

    • Standard-Infrequent Access

    • One Zone-Infrequent Access

    • Glacier

    • Glacier Deep Archive