CONTROL STORAGE GROWTH and FINISH YOUR BACKUPS ON TIME. Are your volumes getting full? Are backups taking longer and longer to complete? Are you considering purchasing more primary storage to get relief? There’s a better way. Archive your inactive and duplicate files to increase the efficiency of the expensive, primary storage you already own. Complete your backups in less time using less media.

Clean up your storage NOW and keep it clean – Automatically!

CaminoSoft is a leading provider of Active Archiving tiered storage solutions. Our certified policy-based Managed Server HSM software automates storage and file management and is field-proven across numerous application, system and storage environments.

Immediate results – Getback 30% – 50% – 70% or more of yourstorage the first time you use it!And, it keeps working continuouslyensuring only active files remain inprimary storage.


-Now with Deduplication -discovers and relocatesduplicate files acrossvolumes, servers andeven platforms!
-Reclamation of high-performance storage capacity space for active files by archiving inactive files to lower-cost and archival storage pools
-Seamless and transparent operation from the viewpoint of users, who continue to see and access files via their original directories, volumes and methods
-Improved system resource availability through dramatic reduction in the amount of time needed for full backup as well as recovery in the event of a server outage
-Structured file retention and deletion policies, governing which files to keep and when, where, and for how long, facilitating governance and regulatory compliance


Microsoft Windows 2000/2003/2003 R2/2008/2008 R2/2012/2012R2 (64-bit available for Windows 2003/2008/2012), NetApp (and N Series) Filer, VNX/Celerra, Novell OES Linux and NetWare operating systems
EMC Centera, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager, IBM NSeries, NetApp Filer/SnapLock, HPIAP and HDS HCP archival solutions
Interoperable with a wide range of popular storage systems, including: SANs; NAS targets; Fibre Channel, iSCSI and SATA arrays; general purpose file servers; and tape and optical libraries