Symantec has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the Leaders quadrant of the 2009 Magic Quadrant for Storage Resource Management (SRM) and SAN Management Software (Valdis Filks and Robert Passmore, June 22, 2009). A well implemented SRM solution protects stored informations and guarantees the integrity of all saved data even in case of disaster.
Symantecs Veritas CommandCentral product family provides enterprises with a comprehensive and scalable solution to optimize storage assets. The SRM solution is designed to deliver storage resource management, storage change management and business reporting capabilities in one integrated platform while reducing capital and operational storage costs. CommandCentral complies to industry standards and supports heterogeneous physical/virtual server and storage environments including VMware ESX virtual environments.
„Leaders have the highest combined measures of ability to execute and completeness of vision. They have the most-comprehensive and scalable products. They have a proven track record of financial performance and an established market presence,“ according to the Gartner report authored by Valdis Filks and Robert Passmore.
The Veritas CommandCentral product family includes Veritas CommandCentral Storage, a storage resource management solution providing centralized visibility and control across physical and virtual heterogeneous storage environments; Veritas CommandCentral Enterprise Reporter, a customizable reporting solution to provide a global view into storage assets and business insight into storage efficiency; Veritas CommandCentral Storage Change Manager, an agentless solution for proactively managing infrastructure changes that impact application availability; and Veritas CommandCentral Disaster Recovery Advisor, a comprehensive solution for HA/DR preparedness. (Quelle: Symantec Corp./GST)
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