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Data Resiliency Reinvented – Optimally utilize current and new infrastructure investments to do more

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When one element of a facility’s architecture fails or experiences a disruption, the dreaded disaster recovery plan stress can creep up on us. But, what if your architecture could run on a redundant path? What if it could take over seamlessly and was completely transparent so that users never knew that a disruption has even […]

DataCore Parallel IO Explained – Video

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Download our Free 30 Day SANsymphony Trial or our Free Non-Production Software from our Website. This video is from the fine folks at DataCore Software.

DataCore’s Cinder support for OpenStack Integration

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DataCore Software has developed a Block Storage driver for Cinder which connects the OpenStack Cinder service to SANsymphony virtualization software. OpenStack Integration extends the benefits of the advanced data services offered in SANsymphony architecture while providing block storage for compute instances in OpenStack. This integration works with OpenStack version 1.3 for Mitaka as well as […]

DataCore engages Commaxx as a strategic distributor

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Complements Commaxx’ offer within software-defined storage and hyperconvergence infrastructure DataCore Software has chosen Commaxx as a strategic distributor in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland. Thanks to Commaxx’ extensive network of resellers, DataCore lays the foundation for further expansion in the Nordic region. With the help of its partner network, Commaxx will work with DataCore’s entire […]

Colby Sawyer College Delivers Continuous Data Availability with DataCore Software

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College institutions are meant to shape the minds of our youth and should have full focus on. Agreed? But at Colby-Sawyer College, a private comprehensive baccalaureate college in New London, New Hampshire, storage related started to put a damper on education DataCoreTM, Colby-Sawyer College had fully replicated its data storage across two server rooms with […]

Migration with DataCore SANsymphony – Part 4

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In the third part to this four-part series, Migration with DataCore SANsymphony – Part 3, we discussed migration type #2, which was about Asynchronous Migration. Now in our final segment we’ll take a dive into our third and final type of migration, Pass-through Snapshot. MIGRATION TYPE #3: PASS-THROUGH SNAPSHOT Pass-through Snapshot refers to migrating the data between two physical […]

Migration with DataCore SANsymphony – Part 3

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MIGRATION TYPE #2: ASYNCHRONOUS MIGRATION Asynchronous migration refers to migrating the data between two systems that are greater than 100 km (62 mi) apart. In most scenarios, this would represent a migration between datacenters, cities or even countries. There is technically no distance limitation to this approach as long as you have a standard TCP/IP connection between the […]

DataCore makes a majestical entrance into the WhatMatrix SDS/HCI category

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Quick history lesson Since 2010 many promising startup companies have emerged showing us new software-defined and hyper-converged ways to implement storage into our ever-growing enterprise IT environments. However, looking back at history, it has to be said that this seemingly new and fresh approach to storage is actually not that new at all. Software-defined storage initiatives […]

Migration with DataCore SANsymphony – Part 2

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In the first part to this four-part series, Migration with DataCore SANsymphony – Part 1, we covered why storage administrators are forced to cover migration at some point and what the solution to that may be. Take a look now as we dive deeper into the different type of migrations that can benefit your infrastructures. […]

Migration with DataCore SANsymphony – Part 1

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Switching gears a bit from the performance discussion, I wanted to cover another aspect of DataCore SANsymphony: Migration. Migration is something that every storage administrator has to face at some point. A few reasons for this inevitability come to mind: Storage hardware is approaching end-of-life Expanding storage resources due to growth Moving datacenter locations In this highly virtualized world we […]

JULABO Replicates Critical Data Center Infrastructure between the USA and Europe using DataCore Software-Defined Storage

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DataCore Reduced Storage-Related Costs by 50% While Improving Performance by 500%; Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery for VMware using Riverbed WAN Optimization DataCore Software today announced that SANsymphony™ was chosen by JULABO GmbH as the software-defined storage platform best suited to support its flexible virtual infrastructure. JULABO, a Germany-based worldwide provider of high-quality temperature control […]

Walter Parallel IO – DataCore Video!

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Download our Free 30 Day SANsymphony Trial or our Free Non-Production Software from our Website – www.datacore.com This video is from the fine folks at DataCore Software

DataCore Software-Defined Storage Replicates Critical Data Center Infrastructure between the USA and Europe for JULABO

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JULABO GmbH is one of the foremost providers of high-quality, reliable and high-performance “Made in Germany” temperature control solutions for high-tech industries. The company recently chose the DataCore SANsymphony™ software-defined storage platform to support its flexible virtual infrastructure, to ensure business continuity and high performance of VMware vSphere virtual machines synchronized across German and U.S. […]

Migration with DataCore SANsymphony (Expanded Edition)

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Let’s cover another aspect of DataCore SANsymphony: Migration. Migration is something that every storage administrator has to face at some point. A few reasons for this inevitability come to mind: Storage hardware is approaching end-of-life Expanding storage resources due to growth Moving datacenter locations In this highly virtualized world we now live in, most compute hypervisors (i.e. VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V, […]

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