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Today, IT executives, cloud architects, storage administrators and DevOps managers are frustrated by the growing complexities of data management and storage in their datacenters. It is impossible for IT to efficiently and optimally satisfy the price-performance requirements of enterprise applications. In many cases, IT organizations are putting in enormous amount of months, increasing operating expenses and overspending (by as much as 5X) for storage performance and capacity for applications and data management. This is because they are forced to choose different storage infrastructures to meet each requirement.
IT Professionals can now take their weekends back. No longer do they need to choose. They can have it all with Datera Elastic Data Fabric block storage software.
You can have high-performance and reliability of enterprise class storage arrays while also having a simplified automated data management infrastructure with hyperscale cloud-like capabilities — all on-premises.
VMware software-defined storage is a simple, yet intelligent, storage data center architecture that aligns with business and application demands—eliminating static, purpose-built and inefficient hardware with dynamic, agile and automated solutions.
Datera is ranked 25th in Software Defined Storage (SDS) while VMware Software Defined Storage is ranked 22nd in Software Defined Storage (SDS). Datera is rated 0.0, while VMware Software Defined Storage is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Datera is most compared with , whereas VMware Software Defined Storage is most compared with Nutanix Cloud Infrastructure (NCI), DataCore SANsymphony, StarWind Virtual Tape Library, Commvault Distributed Storage and Lightbits.
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