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Storage Power Plays: Check Out These 26 New Products

VMworld 2018 shows that it continues to be not just a major conference for cloud and virtualization, but also a primary showcase for the latest in storage products.

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Veritas NetBackup 8.1.2

Veritas just before VMworld introduced NetBackup 8.1.2, the latest version of the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company's data protection technology with a simplified user interface. NetBackup 8.1.2 enables authorized employees to protect and monitor data in bot on-premises or multi-cloud environments. The software helps simplify day-to-day operations and empowers employees to play a greater data management role. Through integration with Veritas Smart Meter, users can identify issues, view a report of capacity usage, and act to ensure their backup environments are running smoothly. NetBackup works with traditional IT workloads, big data analytics platforms, open-source databases and hyper-converged infrastructure to help ensure data in those environments is protected.

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VMware vSAN 6.7 Update 1

VMware's vSAN 6.7 Update 1 aims to make it easier for customers to adopt hyper-converged infrastructure via simplified operations, efficient infrastructure and rapid support resolution, the Palo Alto, Calif.-based company said. Introduced during VMworld, the software update enables administrators to quickly spin up new hyper-converged infrastructure clusters faster while reducing maintenance operations time. The new HCI deployment helps deliver improved efficiency due to automated capacity reclamation, and helps administrators anticipate data needs with new predictive tools. vSAN 6.7 Update 1 also takes advantage of granular diagnostic tools and historical data to help decrease time-to-resolution when issues arrive.

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Western Digital IntelliFlash N Series

San Jose, Calif.-based Western Digital’s IntelliFlash N series, introduced in June, are designed for real-time transactional applications, machine learning, artificial intelligence and deep analytics. The IntelliFlash N series combines both flash memory and NVMe storage to deliver shared storage that helps accelerate enterprise applications. With its patented multi-tier storage media technology, the N-Series lets users choose microsecond latency storage and economical dense storage in the same system. Powered by IntelliFlash OS 3.9, the N series portfolio scales from 19 Ts to 1.3 PB of solid-state storage.

 
 
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