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DataCore Presents its Virtualization Software and the Benefits of Private Clouds at the 2011 IT Decisions Show
DataCore Software have announced participation within the 2011 IT Decisions Show at the QEII Conference Centre in Westminster, London. DataCore will discuss with the audience how storage virtualisation software can make the compelling difference in cloudy skies; giving flexible control and high availability of your critical data, secured and storm-proofed - both locally and in the cloud.

They will demonstrate how they do this through the deployment of DataCore’s flagship solution, SANsymphony-V which will be top of discussions on both the booth and within the presentation slot on 28 June at 2.45pm. The software enables users to avoid ‘Rip and Replace’ and repurpose of conventional storage devices and steers users through the pitfalls of cloud based data exposure. SANsymphony-V adds high-performance and non-stop availability to shared storage solutions enabling dynamic storage, desktop and server virtualisation infrastructures. The new software generation reduces complexity and eliminates typical performance problems and storage-related downtime and disruptions from impacting business-critical applications such as databases or e-mail servers.

SANsymphony-V addresses and automates the three major jobs of storage: Capacity Management, Performance Management and Data Protection Management. It can automate provisioning of capacity via thin provisioning; through adaptive caching it can meet the needs of a variety of different workloads automatically and it can auto configure high-availability data protection to prevent failures, delays and downtime impacts to your business.

To learn more about SANsymphony-V please visit:

To attend the conference please visit:

To meet DataCore executives, including the DataCore CEO, George Teixeira, at the IT Decisions Show , please contact Sharon Munday,, KPR Global.
Published Tuesday, June 28, 2011 6:26 AM by David Marshall
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