Network Storage for Concurrent Multiple Users
Manage data safely and easily with key features of NAS products, such as data sharing between servers, mass storage, flexible capacity scaling, and snapshot backup. In particular, you'll get high security through the protocol-based authentication setting, as well as strong service stability with dual controllers and RAID disk array configurations.
- Easy Inter-server Data Sharing
- Share and manage data with multiple NAS-mounted servers. Data can be used together in specific services or applications consisting of multiple servers, and can be shared by many users. The Linux server uses the NFS protocol for network storage connection and the Windows server uses the CIFS protocol. NAS can be mounted on domestic servers only, so it is not available for users of global region services. In addition, NAS can be mounted only on the NAVER CLOUD PLATFORM, due to its private IP configuration. A user with several accounts can mount a specific NAS volume by registering only the server's private IP.
- Large-volume Storage with Flexible Scaling
- If the default capacity is not enough for your needs, you can increase the NAS volume capacity up to 10TB and then configure several volumes. It is possible to shrink and expand NAS volumes while online. The larger the selected capacity, the higher Input/output operations per second (IOPS) you can get. Use the monitoring feature to set a threshold and we'll notify you about volume usage via SMS or email.
- Protected Against Data Loss
- The Snapshot feature copies, stores, or restores data in the event it becomes corrupted or deleted. With the Snapshot feature, you can prevent unintentional data loss. Set the snapshot capacity within the selected volume capacity and store up to 7 copies within this snapshot capacity. In addition, you can also choose to create a snapshot automatically at defined intervals, or create it whenever you decide.
- Configured for Stable Service
- With its self-redundant controllers and RAID disk arrays, NAS service storage offers high durability and availability. Even if a failure occurs in a specific area of the storage system, this configuration ensures service continuity for stable data processing.
- Simple Security Settings
- After mounting your NAS volume on the server, security can be strengthened based on protocol settings. Depending on the protocol, set the mount information for ‘NFS Access Control’ and ‘CIFS Authentication' to control the access of other users.
- Easy Management
- It is designed to be configured by the user on the web-based console for your needs. Features can be easily configured, such as volume creation, authentication, volume capacity change, and snapshot settings.
- Efficient Cost Management
- Quickly create or delete your NAS volume capacity and just as quickly scale the capacity up or down. You can use as much or as little storage as you want and only be charged for what you use.
A Highly Stable Service that ProvidesLarge-volume Storage Features
Large Volume Storage
Create one or several NAS volumes with capacities anywhere from 500GB to 10TB. Depending on your environment, you can create and mount a large volume on several servers for sharing or you can create several small volumes. There is no limit on the volume capacity and the number of volumes.
However, the input/output operations per second (IOPS) varies according to the volume capacity, so the larger the volume capacity, the higher the IOPS.
Access Control Settings
You can set access controls in a variety of ways, depending on the server protocol. For the NFS protocol, click the ‘NFS Access Control' on the existing volume or when creating a new volume and select an owned server, or register a private IP to configure the access control. For the CIFS protocol, click the ‘CIFS Authentication' button on the existing volume or when creating a new volume and set the ID and password. You can access Windows with this mount information and perform authentication. When accessing the Windows server for the first time, you will be prompted to complete the CIFS authentication confirmation procedure.
The user can set the number of snapshots within the user-created NAS volume capacity and set intervals for automatic snapshot creation. In addition, you have the option to create a snapshot whenever necessary, so it is easy to store data changes.
With an automatic cycle, up to 7 snapshots can be stored. (If there are more than 7 snapshots, the oldest ones are deleted in order.) An unlimited number of manually-created snapshots can be stored as long as it fits in the snapshot volume capacity. If the capacity allocated for a snapshot is exceeded, the general storage volume is used. When recovering data with a stored snapshot, the data is immediately restored. Note that all snapshots created after the snapshot used for recovery are then deleted.
Monitoring and Event Settings
You can monitor disk usage for the generated volumes. Check the applied volume capacity, snapshot-allocated volume and capacity, and the volume and snapshot usage over the past year.
You can also set events for disk usage based the monitoring feature. If you set the disk usage threshold and the notification recipient for the chosen NAS volume, the notification will be sent at when the threshold is exceeded. You can set several disk usage thresholds and get event notifications for each process.
There is no base fee and users can create capacity volumes from 500GB to 10TB in size.
You can use storage on a monthly or hourly basis. If you use less than one month of storage, the usage fee is calculated based on days used.
Prices Per Unit of NAS Volume
|Up to 500GB of Volume||50 KRW|
|Next 100GB of Volume||10 KRW|
- The minimum capacity per volume is 500GB and can be increased by 100GB increments.
- Up to 500GB of NAS volume per month (30 day-based) will cost you KRW 36,000.
- Next 100GB of NAS volume per month (30 day-based) will additionally cost you KRW 7,200.