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AccessFlow to Distribute File Virtualization Solutions From Attune Systems
AccessFlow, Inc. today announced that it has signed an agreement with Attune Systems, Inc., a provider of enterprise-class file virtualization solutions. Under this agreement, AccessFlow is bringing the Attune Maestro File Manager to its customer base, whose continuous growth of unstructured data demands the latest file virtualization solutions.

We have built a solid reputation in envisioning, architecting, and implementing the right virtualization strategies for our clients. We are here to help them utilize virtual infrastructures to enhance IT operations and disaster recovery while reducing costs, said Steve Kaplan, CEO of AccessFlow. We are looking forward to jointly working with Attune to offer solutions that allow customers to deploy cost-effective file virtualization across heterogeneous file servers and network-attached (NAS) devices. The reporting tools offered by Attune are extremely valuable, allowing us to analyze and monitor storage environments in order to detect problems and help customers better optimize their resources.

We are pleased to welcome AccessFlow to our nationwide network of partners, said Carolyn Hyde, Attunes vice president of sales. We like their focus on enterprise-class virtualization and I am glad we can now help them bring the latest file virtualization solutions to their customers. Our solutions can be non-disruptively deployed in multi-vendor environments to provide non-disruptive data migrations, data consolidation, tiered storage, and custom namespace.

The Maestro File Manager FM6100 is a Windows-based file virtualization appliance that gives system administrators the ability to gradually deploy leading-edge file virtualization solutions in their existing environments. By providing global namespace across their heterogeneous file storage infrastructures, the file virtualization appliance from Attune reduces cost and simplifies management without disrupting user activities. Maestro also provides deeper monitoring, reporting, alerting, and automated preventative actions to address the availability, utilization and performance issues common to file servers, file shares, and their content.

Published Wednesday, January 16, 2008 6:01 AM by David Marshall
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