RUST, Germany – March 19, 2013 – DataCore Software, the storage hypervisor leader and premier provider of storage virtualization software, will showcase a number of new cost-saving and scalability enhancements to its SANsymphony™-V storage hypervisor, which are designed to meet the demands of private clouds, cloud service providers (CSPs) and big data centers attending the WorldHostingDays (March 19 – 21, at Europa Park in Rust, Germany). DataCore enables service providers to take greater control of their storage costs with hardware-independent storage virtualization software and its low cost “pay as you serve” pricing model. The ‘software-defined storage’ flexibility and the monthly billing model, based on actual storage capacity consumed, enables “hosters” and CSPs to better align their costs to sales and optimize their profits by minimizing ever increasing storage costs.
See DataCore Present “The Importance of Software-defined Storage for Hosted Services: Because the Hardware Underneath Will Inevitably Change” on March 21st, at 17:15
Christian Hagen, DataCore’s vice president and managing director of EMEA will present a compelling business case for storage virtualization in his presentation: “The Importance of a Software-defined Storage Platform for Hosted Services: Because the Hardware Underneath Will Inevitably Change” – the presentation will take place on March 21st, at 17:15 hrs in the section hosting.SESSIONS.
DataCore SANsymphony-V: The Software Advantage for Hosters
The SANsymphony-V storage hypervisor is optimized to deliver high performance, scalable provisioning and continuous availability and access to whatever storage resources the hosters choose to deploy – regardless of the model or vendor of the storage hardware. Powerful enterprise-wide storage management services optimize capacity, performance and data availability across all storage device types through a powerful software layer that allows cloud or hosting providers to take control of their storage costs and growth. Best of all, the DataCore storage hypervisor is available to qualified hosting companies via a “pay as you serve” licensing model offered by aggregation partners such as ADN and Insight located in Europe.
DataCore, since announcing the new pricing model at the start of the year has signed more than 20 hosters and CSPs across Europe who are now deploying SANsymphony-V to deliver cost-effective storage services. They have embraced the advantages of software defined storage to deliver full enterprise storage service functionality without having to take on a major investment risk.
“In order to offer the most competitive pricing for their services, cloud services providers and hosting companies have to reduce their capital and operating expenditures and make sure they align these costs to their revenue producing activities. The DataCore storage hypervisor ‘software advantage’ allows hosters to achieve the purchasing power flexibility, cost-efficiency and expense predictability they require and demand,” said Christian Hagen, DataCore vice president and managing director of EMEA.
The WorldHostingDays 2012 had more than 4200 visitors from 88 countries and over 100 exhibitors. More information is available at http://www.worldhostingdays.com
About DataCore Software
DataCore Software develops storage virtualisation software for high availability, fast performance and maximum utilization from storage in virtual and physical IT environments. DataCore SANsymphony™-V storage hypervisor is a comprehensive, hardware-independent solution that fundamentally changes the economics of provisioning, replicating and protecting storage in large enterprises and small to midsize businesses. For additional information, visit the DataCore website at https://www.datacore.com or call 44 7787 566382.
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