HOPKINTON, Mass. July 14, 2011
- EMC announces all-new storage management solution for the cloud computing era.
- EMC ProSphere was designed to provide customers with the ability to manage increasingly larger, more disparate environments while integrating virtualization and hybrid cloud computing models.
- Full integration and support for the latest EMC and VMware technologies will enable ProSphere users to maximize the value of the investments they’re making in virtualization and cloud technologies.
- EMC ControlCenter users under maintenance contract can upgrade to ProSphere free of charge, ensuring a seamless path to its advanced capabilities for virtual and cloud storage infrastructures.
- Key new attributes include agent-less discovery, a federated architecture, end-to-end views with just two clicks, rapid deployment on less hardware and "Smart Groups" policy management.
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EMC® Corporation (NYSE: EMC) today announced its all-new EMC ProSphere™ Storage Resource Management (SRM) offering. ProSphere was designed from the ground up specifically to address the rapidly evolving needs of enterprises as they migrate to highly virtualized, cloud-based computing models. With its federated architecture, ProSphere delivers a complete end-to-end view of all storage assets regardless of location, allowing single-pane management and host-through-storage performance monitoring and analysis. Key new attributes such as agent-less discovery, "Smart Groups" policy management and tight integration with the latest EMC and VMware® storage and virtualization technologies give ProSphere users powerful and innovative tools for streamlining the management of next generation storage infrastructures.
EMC ProSphere was designed to provide customers with the ability to manage increasingly larger, more disparate environments while integrating virtualization and hybrid cloud computing models. ProSphere’s federated architecture was built to address the size and scale of the world’s largest data centers. It installs and discovers most enterprise environments in under eight hours. Its near real-time monitoring and analysis provides up to date and detailed views of service levels. ProSphere allows enterprises to fully realize the operational and capital cost savings associated with virtualization and cloud storage by maximizing productivity, resource utilization, performance and service levels.
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New "Smart Groups" Technology
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EMC ProSphere will be generally available at the end of July, 2011. For customers with an EMC ControlCenter maintenance contract, ProSphere is available at no additional charge.
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