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SUNNYVALE, Calif., April 4, 2017 — /BackupReview.info/ — Datrium, the leading provider of Open Converged Infrastructure for private clouds, today announced Data Cloud software, a suite of scalable, secure cloud data management tools, integrated with its award-winning Datrium DVX Open Convergence platform. The company also announced DVX Rackscale systems, providing virtualization administrators turnkey systems to speed infrastructure deployment and simplify end-to-end support.
Private clouds are changing significantly in response to increasing use of public clouds. Infrastructure modernization is re-focusing on reducing complexity for virtualization administrators, so traditional systems, including storage arrays, are declining in favor of converged infrastructure approaches. In addition, organizations are relying more heavily on their converged systems for richer data management so administrators have a more cloud-like experience managing infrastructure. Where the goal used to be best-of-breed hardware, now it’s become a race to effortless.
DVX Rackscale configurations can start as small as a single DVX Compute Node and Data Node, and can scale-out to 32 compute nodes per DVX Data Node. Unlike hyperconverged infrastructure, DVX Rackscale systems offer automatic performance isolation, robust security, and accommodate mix-and-match of DVX Compute Nodes with third party compute nodes running DVX Software. The new Rackscale systems are available with end-to-end Datrium Support which provides advanced 24×7 call home and analytics capabilities.
“At Panda Energy, we were looking for a combination of application performance with secondary storage economics, all while reducing deployment and maintenance time,” said Darel Stokes, IT director at Panda Energy. “When we looked at hyperconverged systems, the rip-and-replace of our server infrastructure was going to be a nightmare. With the new rack-scale DVX, we can get the simplicity of turnkey, rack-scale infrastructure while being able to integrate our existing servers—there is nothing else like it in the market.”
Extending Effortless to the Network
“As enterprises move increasingly in the direction of hybrid cloud environments, we are seeing the evolution of new architectures that are better able to deliver on customer expectations about cloud flexibility, economic and ease of use advantages,” said Eric Burgener, research director Storage, at IDC. “Datrium is unique in the industry for having pioneered a new approach to convergence that fully supports the flexibility benefits of the disaggregated server-storage model, and with Data Cloud is delivering a more cloud-optimized version that will initially support private clouds but lays the foundation for their multi-cloud data management vision.”
Effortless, Integrated Multi-Cloud Data Management
Data Cloud extends the Datrium platform to integrate functions normally found in third party backup, DR, copy data management and archiving products:
“At Neovera, we manage over a petabyte of data and are always looking for better ways to secure, protect and manage that data for our customers. Honestly, we thought we had seen it all in cloud data management until we tried Datrium Data Cloud,” said Scott Weinberg, CEO and founder at Neovera. “Datrium has integrated everything we need in one platform to both run our key performance-intensive workloads as well as handle the data management activities our clients demand. And the copy granularity and policy automation will save us time and improve client uptime.”
“Datrium is moving Open Convergence mainstream by making infrastructure effortless for the VM administrator,” said Brian Biles, CEO of Datrium. “While the hyperconvergence landscape is now more about M&A than innovation, Datrium is rapidly evolving a vastly better, turnkey rackscale private cloud with rich, deeply integrated and scalable cloud data management. And it’s still early in the year.”
Pricing and Availability
Elastic Replication and previously announced Blanket Encryption are available today at no additional charge with any DVX system running DVX Software v2.0. Elastic Replication support for Secure Archiving to AWS is planned for release by March 2018, with pricing to be announced at that time.
DVX Rackscale systems are available today, with U.S. list pricing starting at $118K and includes Datrium v2.0 software.
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