EMC Announces New Extreme Archiving Platform For Structured And Unstructured Data
EMC Corporation announced EMC InfoArchive 4.0, a unified enterprise platform that powers extreme compliant archiving scenarios at petabytescale. As enterprises modernize their data center and applications, a solution that archives legacy apps to reduce costs – while continuing to make data available to the organization – is required. With its fast time to value and the small footprint, EMC
InfoArchive 4.0 enhances the ability to secure and leverage large amounts of critical application data and content to empower modern-day business success.
EMC InfoArchive 4.0 includes a completely new, horizontally scalable architecture, also combining flexible reporting and easy accessibility to make vast amounts of data and content available. Designed to provide visibility into both structured and unstructured data sources and dependencies in one architecture, InfoArchive 4.0 is easing complexities and eliminating the siloed infrastructure of the past.
“Extreme archiving scenarios at petabyte scale are becoming increasingly important for two reasons,” said Jeroen van Rotterdam, CTO of EMC’s Enterprise Content Division. “First, managing the amount of structured and unstructured data created and processed today is tremendously challenging. Second, the pressure to maintain compliant data in highly regulated industries, such as Financial Services, has intensified. Customers require the right solution to address both of these challenges, as well as to achieve cost savings and better data insights, which ultimately drive better business decisions.”
“Many of today’s organizations struggle with managing vast amounts of data residing in both production applications and legacy systems,” Laura DuBois, Group Vice President for IDC’s Enterprise Storage, Server and System Infrastructure Software research. “Solutions like EMC’s InfoArchive 4.0 help firms address this challenge, while preserving the value of content in a single, compliant, easily accessible and scalable archive.”