Virtual tape technology that offers data mover functionality and policy-based data management can overcome many of today's tiered storage implementation challenges.
What does VT stand for?
VT stands for Virtual Tape
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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This certification lets BrightStor ARCserve Backup users know they can enjoy the technical advantages of ATTO's Diamond Virtual Tape Storage Array without such disruptions--ensuring that they can reap its benefits quickly and cost-effectively.
SEPATON is also unveiling the S2100-ES2 Series 500, the fifth generation of its enterprise virtual tape library (VTL), and the S2100-DS2, the second generation of its SMB VTL.
Based on mature mainframe virtual tape technology that has been in production by some of the world's largest companies for many years, the Channel Gateway 3600 now leverages advanced server platforms, 4GB/sec FICON channels and new storage technologies.
From Replica to Virtual Tape Areas that seem to bear watching are the replication and virtual tape spaces.
In 2006, SEPATON achieved many company and product goals that have enabled it to extend its dominant position in the virtual tape library market, while laying the groundwork to rapidly take the lead in other strategic market segments including data de-duplication and off-site data replication.
SCSI, SAN, Fibre Channel, NAS, iSCSI, ATA, serial ATA (SATA), IP, CIFS (Common Internet File System) NFS, SMI-S, CAS, virtual tape libraries, host-based replication, network-based replication, shadow volumes or snapshots, RAID DP, multi-path I/O, DFS, and more.
The Mirage Data Recorder is the newest addition to Ultera's family of Mirage[TM] virtual tape technologies and is available in a four-bay tower or 2U rack mount.