Wasabi Technologies Showcase

Break Free: Rethinking Research Data Storage with Wasabi Cloud

Welcome to the Showcase

Break Free: Rethinking Research Data Storage with Wasabi Cloud

presented by Wasabi Technologies


Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage is a predictably priced, high-performance, secure object storage service ideal for budget-constrained Universities that require large-volume storage with the highest levels of performance and protection. Wasabi’s single tier of service is designed to support student learning and educational operations with no charges for egress or API requests, delivering predictable costs. Wasabi’s “defence-in-depth” security protects against a wide range of threats to safeguard student records, digital libraries, learning materials, and university research. 

During this Showcase Wasabi Technologies will cover;

  • some simple steps on how to protect and access your invaluable research so you can concentrate on your research,
  • highlight their new peering arrangement with AARNet,
  • demonstrate how you can break away from cloud storage lock-in,
  • and how to access your research data anytime without the boundaries of cost and retrieval penalties.

Read more about their case study with Charles Darwin University here.


When: Thursday 16 May 1 pm - 2 pm AEST
Where: Online via Zoom Webinar

View the recording and presentation slides here


Presented by Wasabi Technologies

Rob Waite, Technology Cloud Technologist Lead, Wasabi Technologies ANZ

Hosted by:

Cassandra Spencer, Director Capabilities & Experience, CAUDIT

Wasabi Technologies contact details:

Name: Craig Stockdale - Managing Director, Channels Australia & New Zealand
Email: cstockdale@wasabi.com
Phone: 0418 390 354

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Start Date

16 May 2024

End Date

16 May 2024


03:00 - 04:00

based on your local time


Online Via Zoom Webinar

Event Type



Cloud Storage


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