DataCore Unseats Nutanix to Become Highest Rated Software-Defined Storage/Hyperconverged Infrastructure Vendor in WhatMatrix Independent Evaluation
DataCore recently received the highest rating in the software-defined storage/hyperconverged infrastructure (SDS/HCI) category in an independent evaluation by WhatMatrix, replacing Nutanix as the previous top-rated vendor. The third-party evaluation featured an in-depth technical evaluation and a comparison of 100+ rated criteria of nearly 20 offerings in the SDS/HCI market from vendors including Cisco, DataCore, Dell/EMC, HPE, Microsoft, Nutanix and VMware.
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DataCore’s SANsymphony™ software-defined storage platform and Hyperconverged Virtual SAN offering provide responsive, reliable and seamless access to data, automatically, anywhere it is needed. The new capabilities in DataCore’s PSP7 release , designed to meet the always-on business needs of its customers, are what elevated it to the number one position in the software-defined storage/hyperconverged infrastructure category. New top-rated features include multi-way and metro mirroring functionality to enhance continuous availability and scale-out resiliency, providing self-healing capabilities to enable non-stop business operations and data access. Customers can lose one system and maintain high-performance and high-availability redundancy, or can lose two systems and still continue operations.
Via the fine folks at DataCore Software.