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Software de Migração de Fitas INNOVATION FATSCOPY Disponível agora através da EMC

A INNOVATION Data Processing anunciou hoje a disponibilidade de seu serviço de migração de fitas FATSCOPY através da EMC®, com preços especiais da EMC Global Services Practice, a fim de dar suporte a clientes na instalação ou migração para a biblioteca virtual de fitas da EMC Disk Library for mainframe.

INNOVATION Data Processing trabalha com a EMC para auxiliar a assegurar que as soluções de proteção de dados da INNOVATION, continuidade de negócios e migração da mídia de armazenamento sejam simples, seguras, rápidas e não desordenadas em ambientes do sistema central. A FATSCOPY da INNOVATION tem sido utilizada com sucesso por clientes da EMC Disk Library for mainframe (DLm) para ajudar na migração de dados da unidade central durante novas implantações da DLmTM . A disponibilidade da FATSCOPY através da EMC permite os clientes da EMC adquirir de modo mais fácil e confidencial e alavancar a FATSCOPY em suas implantações da DLm.

"O aperfeiçoamento contínuo da interoperabilidade entre as soluções do sistema central da INNOVATION e da EMC é o melhor caminho para assegurar que os clientes irão continuar a ver seus equipamentos operarem nos mais elevados níveis de desempenho enquanto fornecem flexibilidade nos negócios e economia de custos," disse Thomas J. Meehan, vice-presidente da Technology Advancement, INNOVATION Data Processing. "Como clientes de sistemas centrais se movem para computação em nuvem e endereçam grandes desafios de dados, soluções altamente interoperáveis como a FATSCOPY e a EMC Disk Library for mainframe os ajudam a competir com o crescimento geométrico de dados, reduzindo a quantidade de dados para backup e o tempo despendido para movê-los."

"A EMC tem o prazer de oferecer o serviço de migração de fita FATSCOPY como uma solução prática de serviços globais da EMC," disse Al Brandt, vice-presidente da DLm Engineering, EMC Corporation. "Nosso trabalho com a INNOVATION Data Processing em fornecer serviços de proteção de dados e continuidade de negócios ajuda a aperfeiçoar totalmente a flexibilidade nos negócios de clientes, bem como assegura que tenham o mais elevado nível de suporte possível para suas iniciativas de infraestrutura de informação."

Sobre a INNOVATION Data Processing

Um dos fornecedores independentes de software e com muita experiência no mundo atualmente, a INNOVATION Data Processing fornece soluções em proteção de dados comerciais não desordenados, continuidade de negócios e gestão de armazenamento de informação que melhoram a flexibilidade nos negócios da z/OS, Linux on System z e sistemas distribuídos para organizações empresariais. Uma fonte exclusiva para soluções que combinam perfil inovador com o mais recente acesso à plataforma cruzada, eliminação de informação duplicada bem como tecnologia de virtualização; as parcerias da INNOVATION com a EMC e outros fornecedores de tecnologia de armazenamento fornecem o sistema central complementar e abrem soluções do sistema que são a escolha de clientes empresariais ao redor do mundo para seus interesses de flexibilidade nos negócios, especialmente quando se encontram diante da necessidade de realizar mais no mesmo ou menor período de tempo, com custos mais baixos, utilizando menos recursos. Para mais informação sobre a INNOVATION, confira no site www.innovationdp.fdr.com

A EMC e a DLm são marcas registradas ou marcas comerciais da EMC Corporation nos EUA e outros países. Todas as outras marcas registradas indicadas aqui são de propriedade de seus respectivos detentores.

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