The need for more efficient and cost-effective data storage has never been more pressing—data growth and data storage costs continue to grow exponentially. According to the Veritas 2017 Data Genomics Survey—which analyzed more than 31 billion anonymized files globally—enterprise data repositories are growing by nearly 50 percent annually, largely driven by the proliferation of new apps and emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT). If data continues to grow at this rate (and the report predicts that it will), and more efficient ways to store and manage data are not found, organizations worldwide will be facing an insurmountable problem—how to handle more information than they have budgets to support.
Public storage clouds give an insight into how low-cost online storage can be achieved, however data availability and location requirements often force IT architects to complex public cloud solutions with much higher costs than initially anticipated. A “private storage cloud” model becomes an appealing implementation, delivering cloud economics with on-premises security and leveraging local networking bandwidth—plus the priceless ability of full-time data access supporting multifaceted analytics applications.
Introducing Veritas Cloud Storage
Building on the Veritas 360 Data Management platform, Veritas introduces Veritas Cloud Storage, a software-defined, on-premises object storage solution that brings your data to life. The innovative Integrated Cognitive Engine (ICE) and Dynamic Metadata Management provides support for deep inspection and classification of data to orchestrate, process, search and take Action-on-Ingest TM. ICE simplifies analytics, modern apps and management at any scale, while automatically aligning an organization’s data to the right place, at the right time, with the right economics.
Veritas Cloud Storage delivers a variety of benefits:
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