We performed a comparison between CA Vtape Virtual Tape System (CA Vtape) and HGST Device Manager based on real PeerSpot user reviews.
Find out in this report how the two Storage Management solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
CA Vtape Virtual Tape System (CA Vtape) is a completely software-based virtual tape system designed to help you improve tape utilization and processing performance.
It redirects tape mounts to direct access storage device (DASD) virtual volumes to accommodate instantaneous mounts and instant recalls from DASD.
Using existing tape and mainframe hardware, CA Vtape can maximize your current capital investments while eliminating or defraying further hardware purchases. This mainframe solution can help reduce bottlenecks in your enterprise, decrease floor space requirements and increase processing performance with:
Real-time tape monitoring
IBM System z® Integrated Information Processor (zIIP) virtualization and compression processing
HGST Device Manager is a simplified cross platform multi drive flash management solution that enables quick SSD deployment with granular control and management of SSDs, including detailed configuration, monitoring, reporting and diagnostics, ensuring consistently optimized performance and data integrity with intrinsic control of flash within your data center environment.
CA Vtape Virtual Tape System (CA Vtape) is ranked 18th in Storage Management while HGST Device Manager is ranked 14th in Storage Management. CA Vtape Virtual Tape System (CA Vtape) is rated 0.0, while HGST Device Manager is rated 0.0. On the other hand, CA Vtape Virtual Tape System (CA Vtape) is most compared with , whereas HGST Device Manager is most compared with .
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