Government agencies are challenged every year with improving their services while their budgets remain tight. Additionally, the amount of data that these agencies must manage continues to grow at incredible rates. This creates a need for revisiting the way these agencies are managing their data infrastructure and for evaluating more efficient solutions.
Every year, the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) conducts a survey of the state CIOs to identify and prioritize the top policy and technology issues facing state government. This survey reports that CIOs rank cloud services, cost control, cybersecurity, and data management among their top priorities in 2019. Further, when asked what services are most provided to localities, state CIOs included storage, backup services, business continuity and disaster recovery as top ways of collaborating with local partners.
Fast access to applications and data is crucial for mission-critical government operations.
Reduce Infrastructure Costs
With tighter budgets, consolidating infrastructure, maximizing storage capacity utilization, and avoiding costly vendor lock-in is top of mind.
Keeping critical services up and running and recovering from any disaster without losing any data.
Keeping up with the exponential growth in data due to trends such as data analytics, video surveillance, and digital evidence.
Lower Cost of Ownership50% reduction in costs
Faster Applications5X performance increase
Higher Availability100% reduction in storage-related downtime
What Our Customers are Saying
This product makes you think differently about storage and ultimately is the next step in virtualization. DataCore Hyperconverged Virtual SAN gives us the flexibility, reliability and performance to keep our systems running non-stop. No other products I looked at were even close to accomplishing this.
DataCore is definitely one of the main reasons our mission critical apps run faster; the SANsymphony caching and performance acceleration capabilities play a vital role.
Since the original DataCore installation, I have only had to touch the original DataCore configuration maybe twice or three times in over a year. That is important and a real benefit. As far as all of the other features and functions we use – we don’t manage them because we don’t need to –they just work.
Not only is the performance amazing, the rich feature set of the product provides the county with the features we desire to work across any storage we manage with DataCore.