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Actian Blog / Avalanche Cloud Data Warehouse Launches for Azure with Free Storage Offer

Avalanche Cloud Data Warehouse Launches for Azure with Free Storage Offer

Free Cloud Storage Offer From Actian

Today we announced the availability of Actian’s industry-leading Avalanche Cloud Data Warehouse Managed Service for Azure. Actian Avalanche is the only hybrid data warehouse solution on Azure and provides significant performance gains at a lower cost compared to alternatives.

We are also pleased to announce a special offer of $0 cloud storage on Azure for customers of Avalanche.   

Details of the offer:                             

  • You will receive up to 10TB Free Cloud Storage with your Avalanche subscription for Azure when you purchase 4 Avalanche Units (AUs) warehouse for greater than 1,000 Cloud Compute hours (12-month contract for $17,000)
  • Additional Storage:  Additional cloud storage is available at low cost for $23.88/TB/Month
  • Additional Compute: Separation of storage and compute, as well as elastic compute, enables you to use right-sized compute as needed.  Additional compute starts at $3.50/Avalanche Unit/Hour.

To learn more about this special offer or ask a question about Avalanche, get in touch with us. This offer is subject to terms and conditions. 

About Adam Luciano

Adam Luciano is currently Director of Product Management at Actian Corporation. Adam is responsible for management of analytics products inclusive of Avalanche, Vector, and DataFlow as well as AI/ML technologies. Adam previously worked at Liberty Mutual Insurance where he built a home grown Data Science Platform. Previous to Liberty Mutual, Adam worked in digital marketing analytics, product management / product marketing in healthcare technology, market research, and investment analytics on Wall Street.