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Dell EMC’s Rocket Ship in All Flash: Dell EMC Shipped Over an Exabyte of All Flash in 2016 – 2x Share of the Closest Competitor

During 2016, the “Year of All Flash”, Dell EMC shipped more than an Exabyte of all-flash array capacity[i]. As a market and innovation leader in enterprise storage for decades – Dell EMC ironically was considered to be a bit late to the ‘All Flash’ storage market. Today we’re taking share from our competitors and growing revenues faster than the all-flash storage market according to IDC. Dell Technologies’ all-flash revenue growth is 72.1%, versus the 61.2% growth for the overall all-flash storage market[ii].

In fact, this month marks the one-year anniversary of Dell EMC’s VMAX All Flash array. In 2016, we introduced the VMAX 450F and VMAX 850F then the VMAX 250F, inline compression and non-disruptive migration. During this transformative year, the VMAX business grew bookings of VMAX All Flash from 21% in Q1 2016 to approximately 70% in Q3, 2016 with continued progress in Q4.[iii]

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Gartner Names EMC a Leader in Two Backup Magic Quadrants

Guy Churchward

President, EMC Data Protection and Availability Division at EMC

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Today, I’m thrilled to share that EMC has been positioned as a Leader in the new Magic Quadrant for Deduplication Backup Target Appliances with EMC’s Data Domain deduplication storage systems. First Quadrant

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EMC Delivers No-Compromise Data Protection for the Midmarket with New Data Domain DD2200

Doug Ingraham

Sr. Director of Product Management, Data Protection and Availability Division at EMC

Over the past 10 years, Data Domain systems have helped numerous enterprise customers transform their backup, archiving and disaster recovery with high-speed deduplication. Today, we are excited to announce the new Data Domain DD2200 deduplication storage system, which provides no-compromise data protection for midmarket customers.

With the new DD2200 EMC midmarket customers can now:

  • Backup 36 TB in under 8 hours with 4.7 TB/hr ingest performance via DD Boost
  • Protect up to 860 TB logical capacity in 2U with up to 17.2 TB usable capacity
  • Simultaneously support up to 60 backup/archive streams

What all of this boils down to is an affordable protection storage system with enterprise-class benefits – optimized for small to midsize enterprises. This means midmarket customers can now:

  • Reduce data protection storage requirements by 10 to 30x
  • Achieve network-efficient disaster recovery with Data Domain Replicator
  • Gain reliable recovery with the Data Domain Data Invulnerability Architecture
  • Speed backups by 50% with Data Domain Boost to meet increasingly stringent SLAs
  • Easily integrate with existing backup and archiving applications
  • Optimize data protection via advanced integration with the newly enhanced EMC Data Protection Suite
  • Reduce cost through consolidation of backup and archive work loads

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It’s Getting Better All the Time: EMC and Teradata Deliver Better Backup and Disaster Recovery

Anselmo Barrero

Director of Business Development, Data Protection & Availability Division at EMC

Teradata has unveiled new certified solutions that dramatically enhance backup, recovery and DR capabilities for Teradata Database users.  The new certifications are with EMC’s latest industry-leading Data Domain deduplication storage systems and Teradata’s latest Data Stream Architecture (DSA), delivering new data protection options through Teradata’s Backup Archive and Recovery (BAR) solution for its database customers.

The Teradata/EMC relationship itself is not entirely new.  Teradata already incorporates Data Domain systems as part of its Advocated BAR data protection offering. That said, the relationship is much deeper as Teradata also sells, optimizes and takes Level 1 support for Data Domain when it is sold as part of its BAR solution.

Teradata’s certification of the new Data Domain DD7200 is the latest in a series of recent advances by Teradata and EMC– specifically geared to deliver better data protection for Teradata Database customers.

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Things got better for Teradata customers in October 2013 when Teradata announced its Data Stream Architecture (DSA), a new architecture designed to optimize data streaming from Teradata databases and increase performance of its BAR solution.  The DSA introduces features such as new stream layout and larger data blocks that improve Data Domain deduplication. Through close collaboration with EMC, Teradata also certified the Data Domain Operating System 5.4 in October 2013, and now the DD7200, bringing enormous backup performances improvements to customers.  The combination of the DSA architecture, the latest DD OS and the DD7200 protection storage system results in up to a 101% performance improvement over previous Data Domain-based Teradata BAR solution offerings.

As Chris Twogood, Vice President, Product and Services Marketing from Teradata, said, “Teradata and EMC are committed to providing the best backup solutions to our mutual customers.  This is why both companies engaged early on to complete certification of our latest respective technologies in concert with the release of Teradata’s new Data Stream Architecture. The combination of Teradata DSA with Data Domain is an effective and reliable backup and recovery solution for Teradata Databases and offers a fully automated and highly effective DR solution with network efficient replication.”Slide 1 JPG for Blog FF

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Today, Teradata supports both the DD890 and the new DD7200.  To date, many petabytes of data from Teradata Databases are being protected by Data Domain systems sold by Teradata as part of BAR.

For more information about Teradata BAR and Data Domain please:

  • Visit the Teradata BAR webpage, and
  • Read the Teradata Magazine article “Too Much of the Same” on leveraging data deduplication technologies for better Teradata Database protection
  • Read more about how Teradata’s Data Stream Architecture supercharges database backup and recovery in the Teradata Magazine article Bionic Backup

For additional insights into transformational data protection technologies and techniques, please visit the EMC backup and archive community.

How Suite It Is: New EMC Data Protection Suite Support for Latest Microsoft Enterprise Releases

Hugues Meyrath

VP Product Management & Business Development, Backup and Recovery Systems Division at EMC

EMC and Microsoft have enjoyed a 15-year alliance that includes shared equipment and technology in our labs, and a cooperative support agreement with over 2,700 consultants worldwide – It’s been a “suite” relationship, indeed.

Microsoft recently announced the release of Windows Server 2012 R2 and System Center 2012 R2 as well as the Windows Azure Pack. EMC is proud to announce that the EMC Data Protection Suite offers full support for these new Microsoft environments for our joint customers who are transforming their IT.

Microsoft’s new releases provide a consistent experience across on-premises, service provider clouds, and the public cloud. The Windows Azure Pack runs on top of System Center 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2012 R2, delivering a Windows Azure-consistent, self-service cloud-based infrastructure. Together, these new products empower companies to create datacenters without boundaries using Hyper-V for high-scale virtualization.

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