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SEPATON Joins VMware Technology Alliance Program (TAP)
SEPATON, Inc., the leader in enterprise-class data protection solutions, today announced it has joined the VMware Technology Alliance Partner (TAP) Program. As a TAP member, SEPATON is better able to recommend best practices implementation of its S2100®-ES2 virtual tape library (VTL) solutions to optimize the benefits of VMware virtual server environments.

This membership demonstrates the growing importance of SEPATON VTLs in the virtualized enterprise data center and our commitment to enhance and leverage the power of VMware, said Asim Zaheer, vice president of marketing, SEPATON, Inc.

Recent ESG Research shows strong user interest and adoption of server virtualization in general and VMware in particular, said Heidi Biggar, analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group. Of the current adopters we surveyed, 70% said they were using VMware. Given these numbers and the backup challenge virtualized server environments can create, SEPATONs participation in the VMware TAP partner program creates a compelling value proposition for mutual customers. SEPATONs VTL provides an effective, efficient way of protecting VMware environments.

More and more companies are implementing virtual server environments to cut costs, reduce complexity and improve service to end users. VMwares TAP Program enables SEPATON to combine the strength of its enterprise-class VTL with VMware, enabling joint customers to realize the same performance- and capacity-leading backup and recovery metrics available in non-virtualized environments. For example, using SEPATONs VTL with VMware, Kindred Healthcare and Sterling Testing Systems have realized improved resource utilization, reduced costs, and greater management flexibility (see todays related news release entitled, SEPATON Delivers High-Performance Data Protection to Virtual Server Environments.)

Published Monday, March 31, 2008 7:17 PM by David Marshall
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