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Attune Systems Customer Interwoven to Present on File Virtualization at Storage Networking World Fall 2007
Attune Systems, Inc., a provider of enterprise-class file virtualization solutions, today announced that one of its customers, Interwoven, Inc., a global leader in content management solutions, will be a featured end-user at Storage Networking World, Dallas, Texas, October 14-17, 2007. The session entitled Deploying Low-Risk, Heterogeneous File Virtualization across High-Tech Enterprises is part of the Virtualization Track and will be presented by Raymond Lockley, manager, Core Systems, and Duke Phu, systems administrator, from Interwoven, on Wednesday, October 17, 3:05-3:50 p.m.

During this session, participants will learn how high-tech environments such as Interwoven are able to optimize their heterogeneous, existing storage environments through file virtualization. The presenters from Interwoven will also explain how file virtualization can help reduce operating costs and simplify management of existing storage resources.

Show participants can also view demonstrations of the recently launched low-cost file virtualization solutions, the Maestro Manager FM6100, at the Attune booth #C33, as well as the Microsoft Partner Pavilion. The Maestro File Manager FM6100 is a new low-profile platform designed to better address the needs of todays enterprises by offering leading-edge file virtualization capabilities, including point-in-time replication across multi-vendor file storage devices. Offered at a lower entry price, the FM6100 increases the return on investment without compromising performance and scalability.

The file virtualization solution from Attune Systems is based on off-the-shelf hardware and seven core technologies that deliver its leading-edge file virtualization capabilities: Maestro Policy IQ, Dual Path Access, Adaptable Mirroring, Volume Sets, Dynamic Volume Expansion, Small File Acceleration, and Remote Scripting Engine. The Attune file virtualization appliance is based upon Microsoft Windows operating system and natively supports and leverages numerous other Microsoft technologies such as Common Internet File System (CIFS), Server Message Blocks (SMB), Microsoft Cluster Server, Microsoft Active Directory, Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS), Opportunistic Locking (OpLocks), and Microsoft Domain Controller.

Published Thursday, October 11, 2007 7:08 AM by David Marshall
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