ATTO and DataCore Fuses Performance and Flexibility into a Low Cost Storage Solution

ATTO and software-defined storage pioneer DataCore Software are offering a combined solution featuring ATTO XstreamCORE® intelligent bridges and DataCore software-defined storage solutions.

DataCore SANsymphony® integrates with ATTO XstreamCORE intelligent bridges to make direct-attached storage available over Fibre Channel or Ethernet, creating a highly resilient SAN with virtually zero downtime. This combined solution provides unmatched configuration flexibility, high availability, and high performance without the high-end price tag.

Software-defined storage architectures have grown in popularity because they directly address concerns over the cost of storage expansion. The solution from DataCore and ATTO allows budget-conscious buyers the ability to achieve high availability at significantly less cost than traditional high-end storage arrays with greater resiliency in JBOD, JBOF, and RAID array deployments, as well as more management capabilities than competitive solutions.

DataCore SANsymphony pools capacity and dynamically auto-tiers data across diverse storage equipment under a centralized control plane of software-defined storage services. The device-agnostic functions include synchronous and asynchronous replication, zero-touch failover and failback for local and metro-clusters, advanced site recovery, as well as continuous data protection and fast, lightweight snapshots.

ATTO XstreamCORE is an intelligent bridge that connects direct-attached SAS JBODs, JBOFs, RAID arrays or tape drives to up to 64 physical hosts over Ethernet or Fibre Channel networks, creating a pool of scalable storage. Exclusive acceleration technologies deliver up to 1.1M 4K IOPS or 6GB/s with extremely low latency.

Join ATTO and DataCore for a webinar “Scaling Storage Capacity Cost-Effectively Without Sacrificing Performance”, June 16, 2020 at 1:00 PM EDT / 10:00 AM PST. Register at https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/11531/412842
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