IT today is running faster than ever before, tasked with an incredibly difficult mission—maximize efficiency by redefining how technology supports the business. The world is moving to a hybrid (private and public) cloud environment, necessitating a whole new approach to IT. So how do we make that happen?
EMC is supporting this mission with new hardware and software updates to the Isilon family of products, catering to today’s Hadoop-heavy environments and leveraging flash for maximum acceleration.
EMC’s core mission for Isilon is to enable our customers to easily store and manage information at scale. We do that by constantly redefining Scale-out NAS and expanding its capabilities and potential. A couple of months back at EMC World, we shared our Isilon Scale-out Data Lake story and how it helps customers to store, manage and protect all their unstructured data.
Today we announced new hardware, software and solutions to support traditional and emerging workloads in IT’s mission to transform itself to better meet business needs. These new offerings redefine what scale-out NAS is capable of and enable customers to build a scale-out Data Lake to ingest, store, protect and manage massive amounts of unstructured data.
We’ve teamed with a number of our key technology partners to introduce proven solutions for emerging workloads that help enterprises capitalize on the power of Isilon.
The truth is, most companies are drowning in unstructured data. Industry experts say that unstructured data now accounts for 70 – 80% of all new data growth, requiring a transformational archiving strategy. Archiving email is a good start, but a truly comprehensive archiving strategy goes beyond email management and addresses critical storage growth challenges presented by all forms of unstructured content, wherever it resides.
Today, EMC is announcing SourceOne 7.1 – an archiving solution capable of spanning multiple geographies with a single archive instance, and new abilities to support global data centers and archive storage. By dramatically enhancing cloud, application and storage support, the new SourceOne product helps companies to seamlessly manage archives – globally and locally. SourceOne 7.1 also supports the latest Microsoft software solutions including Exchange 2013, Outlook 2013 and SharePoint 2013.
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