Solix ARCHIVEjinni integrates with EMC Centera

By siliconindia staff writer   |   Thursday, 21 July 2005, 07:00 Hrs
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SUNNYVALE: Solix Technologies, a provider of enterprise application management solutions, today announced it has completed the integration of its ARCHIVEjinni solution with EMC Centera content addressed storage (CAS).

Customers of this new integration can comply with data retention requirements and benefit from improved application performance and lower overhead costs, by archiving fixed content.

The ARCHIVEjinni–Centera integration will enable companies to set policies that move infrequently used historic records and other fixed content through a tiered storage architecture, allowing information life cycle management benefits.

"We are truly excited about bringing this technology to market. ARCHIVEjinni delivers cost effective and simplified management of large-scale, fixed content repositories, enabled by EMC Centera,” said Burt Salop, Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Alliances, Solix Technologies.

The EMC Centera system represents a software-driven storage architecture specifically designed to address the unique information storage requirements of fixed content such as contracts, designs, source codes, historic documents, transcripts, video clippings, backups, reports, etc.

“The integration between Solix ARCHIVEjinni and EMC Centera will bring added value to joint customers. As the world's first CAS solution, the EMC Centera platform addresses the unique requirements of fixed content while ARCHIVEjinni complements our ILM offering and file system archiving solutions portfolio,” said Roy Sanford, Vice President of Content Addressed Storage at EMC.

Fixed content is now being driven online, fueled by regulatory requirements, digitization of industries and the desire to leverage this content into new services and revenue streams. ARCHIVEjinni's ability to retain data integrity of archived data and uniquely perform dynamic patch synchronization, allows users simultaneous access to both production and archived data, regardless of platform.

An explosion of enterprise data is putting further demands on storage capacities and adversely impacting the performance of mission-critical applications into sluggish systems. ARCHIVEjinni helps companies move data across a tiered storage infrastructure based on the data's value, enabling IT organizations to provide optimal performance at reduced costs and proactively manage future data growth.

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