EMC today announced that its new products are designed to provide data protection in the cloud, to the cloud and in the data center.
The company said that the new EMC Data Domain DD9500, powered by the latest Data Domain software (DDOS 5.6), delivers 58.7 TB/hour performance and more than 1.5x faster performance than the nearest competitor.
Guy Churchward, president, Core Technologies at EMC, said: “We’ve designed our data protection solutions not only to keep pace but also to integrate simply and automatically, making the entire process smoother for our customers.”
EMC Data Domain DD9500 offers 1,728 TB usable capacity, 4x greater than the nearest competitor, enabling organizations to gain greater consolidation for data protection workloads and lower TCO.
Data protection for Big Data applications including support for the leading Hadoop and NoSQL deployments: Pivotal HD Enterprise Business Data Lake, Cloudera Enterprise Data Hub, and Hortonworks Modern Data Architecture.
Announced in late 2014, EMC ProtectPoint software offers to backup, designed to eliminate the need for dedicated back-up infrastructure. The newest version of ProtectPoint enables direct backup from primary storage to Data Domain and delivers 20x faster performance than traditional backup. This new version also natively integrates with Oracle, SAP and IBM DB2.
Project Falcon previews software-only Data Domain that will enable customers to deploy Data Domain software in a variety of new deployment models.
EMC will be offering Data Domain DD9500, DDOS 5.6, ProtectPoint, CloudBoost and Spanning in this quarter. Project Falcon is a preview of a software-only version of Data Domain; availability dates will be published later in 2015.
“We have a variety of workloads, some in the cloud, some on disk, some on flash and we need protection across them all. We need to intelligently balance cost against our SLAs to meet our needs and only EMC is able to help us both to achieve that today and give us confidence for the future,” said Roy Sookhoo, chief technology officer, Ochsner Health System.