Hitachi Data Systems Corporation (HDS) has today announced a new technology to accelerate customer success with Business and technology objectives that demands more responsive IT foundation.
Dubbed “Continuous Cloud Infrastructure”, this foundation can drive IT efficiency through a responsive, software-rich architecture that can quickly react to changing needs without continual redesign and disruption.
“Our customers across industries have told us for them to keep up with the fast pace of business, they are aligning the IT and business functions more closely than ever,” said Wayne Dick, business development manager, Hitachi Data Systems for Sun-Saharan Africa. “IT teams are looking to new infrastructure strategies to deploy more continuous adaptable and scalable infrastructure.
In particular, deep work with strategic partners such as Microsoft,SAP and VMware ensure that SVOS and the VSP G1000 are certified in key initiatives like Microsoft private cloud deployments, SAP HANA’s Tailored Data Center Initiatives and extended integration within VMware ecosystems.
Hitachi’s new storage operating system (Hitachi Storage Visualization Operating System)provides a common software architecture that will double the useful life of hardware architectures, span the breadth of the HDS infrastructure portfolio and enhance and amplify the benefits of server visualization.
Meaning the customers has a better choice, flexibility and a simplified infrastructure for a future-ready path to the software defined data centre without the complicated layers required by competitive brands.
The highly adaptable VSP G1000 helps companies deploy a single platform for all data by growing to seamlessly accommodate a wide variety of customer needs, including:
- A virtualization controller without internal capacity
- Unified storage system with upto 8-node Hitachi NAS Platform clusters
- The highly available infrastructure for Hitachi Content Platforms environments.