?Mega Cache? for SAN performance, Simple & Fast ?Transporter? Option, ?Waste-free Reclamation? of Storage Space, and Non-Stop High-availability are now shipping
For more details on the newest versions of SANmelody and SANsymphony, access the following presentation: www.datacore.com/software2009.
DataCore: Non-stop, Lightning Fast, Waste-Free Storage Solutions
?The x64 versions of SANmelody and SANsymphony materially improve performance, and utilization for virtual infrastructure shared storage especially through their ability to create very large memory-based caches,? said Jack Fegreus, CEO, openBench Labs, a Southborough, Mass.-based consultancy and product testing firm. ?More importantly innovations such as the new Transporter continue to make DataCore a leader in simplifying and consolidating virtual infrastructure management, which is the most critical area for IT cost savings. DataCore’s combining these features into a server-centric approach is the wave of the future for virtual infrastructure as integration increases between SANs and servers.?
Save More. Do More.
?DataCore is one of a few vendors that is answering user demand to do more with less. With solutions like this you can not only drive down capital [CapEX] costs while improving reliability you can also improve administrator and operational [OpEX] efficiency by centralizing storage operations to a single platform,? states George Crump, founder and senior analyst, Storage Switzerland.
DataCore solutions offer incredible value since they enable customers to enhance, optimize and consolidate their storage infrastructure and to get more productivity out of their existing systems. DataCore consolidates and optimizes storage resources by 60%, while greatly accelerating performance. For lightning-fast performance, DataCore enables memory speed caching to accelerate read/write access so more work can be accomplished in the same given time. Learn more about ROI and cost savings with DataCore at: www.datacore.com/costsavings.
New features in SANmelody 3.0 and SANsymphony 7.0 include:
- Lightning-fast, 64-bit ?Mega Caches? Boost SAN-wide Performance
- Non-stop, Radically Simple, High-Availability for Non-Stop Storage Virtual Infrastructure
- Waste-free, Efficient Space Reclamation for Thinly Provisioned Storage
- Windows Server 2008-based, Universal Storage Controllers
- New Hypervisor Migration Support and Tighter Integration to VMware Virtual Center
SANmelody and SANsymphony Make Non-stop High Availability Practical
DataCore does high-availability better ? making business continuity and disaster recovery solutions practical.
- Simple, fail-safe SAN data protection
- Unique, automatic failover and failback
- Priced right for Small and Mid-size Business
- Full-featured, HA SAN software (Thin provisioning, Snapshots, Synchronous and Asynchronous Replication)
- No-penalty upgradeability and a ?future proofed? growth path
For more information, please go to www.datacore.com/SANpackages.
About DataCore Software
DataCore Software, the leading provider of storage virtualization SAN software, fundamentally changes the economics of managing storage with innovative software that combines advanced functions and services with the agility and savings of hardware independence. DataCore lowers the cost and complexity of IT by making storage efficient, fast, flexible, fail-safe and virtual. DataCore’s portable storage server software simplifies and automates capacity expansion and centralizes storage management for Windows, UNIX, Linux, MacOS and NetWare operating systems as well as hypervisors from VMware, Citrix, Microsoft and other suppliers. DataCore is privately held and its corporate headquarters are in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. For more information, call (877) 780-5111 or visit www.datacore.com.
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