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
When you go skydiving, you have confidence that your parachute is going to open. Geisinger Health System needs that same level of confidence when doctors tap into electronic medical records (EMRs). Any hesitation and it could impact the care patients receive. When Geisinger started having reliability issues with its previous storage solution, it knew it needed to do something about it.
We talked to Will Sanders, Senior Technology Specialist and Storage Architect at Geisinger about the situation. Geisinger was worried these downtime issues could disrupt patient care if they weren’t resolved, and quickly. Imagine a doctor, bedside with a patient, being unable to get critical medical information because the storage system stalled. Unthinkable.
Object storage is the standard for managing today’s explosive growth in unstructured content. EMC knows this best – pioneering object storage over a decade ago with the release of EMC Centera, the enduring leader in compliance archiving. In 2008, EMC broadened its portfolio in object storage with the introduction of EMC Atmos — an industry leader for cloud storage and next-generation Web, mobile and REST-based applications. However, object storage is more than just scalable storage. What truly differentiates object storage is that its core strengths of simplicity, scalability and efficiency can be optimized for specific use cases – and that’s exactly what today’s Atmos announcement brings to the table.
You’ve no doubt heard about the revolutionary new VNX Series announced today during an around-the-world, 24-hour live broadcast from Milan Italy… (here’s a link to view the broadcast).
Here’s what a partner had to say…
And here’s what customers are saying about real-world results…
So how do you build midrange storage that can deliver up-to thousands of virtual machines per array, supporting mixed application workloads while keeping costs down? On the server side, Intel is driving performance with multi-core technology. Our challenge was to design a storage solution that exploits multi-core technology to unlock the full power of flash while leveraging the cost benefits of near-line disk drive capacities.
The housing market at times can be ruthless; the economic downturn in early 2013 was exhibit number one. Those companies serving this market that made some tough, but smart decisions emerged the victors. Others, not so much. Enter Van Meter Inc. (VMI), a supplier of electrical and mechanical products, services and solutions. VMI took control of their own destiny, made strategic alliances and acquisitions and, if that wasn’t enough, undertook a complete transformation of their IT infrastructure.
Jason Sinclair, a systems engineer at VMI, recently spoke to us about the impact on VMI’s IT infrastructure once the company decided to turbo-charge sales growth, acquire new companies and expand into new markets. The VMI IT team faced serious challenges associated with data growth in their IBM storage environment. “Our IBM storage was running short on performance and capacity. Even more challenging was that our private cloud and virtualization strategy was held back—we couldn’t get beyond 20% virtualization.”
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