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20 Ways Hitachi Content Platform Helps Leverage Cloud Environments

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Traditional storage implementations have a tough time offering the kinds of integration that today’s IT leaders want when it comes to S3 public cloud environments. Traditionally, IT has been constrained to rely on cloud solutions separate from their own enterprise environment. This makes it hard to leverage the economy of cloud technology with enterprise-level security, and connect with multiple private and public clouds in an agile way.

Today, Hitachi Data Systems offers a way out. The Hitachi Content Platform brings a level of flexibility, fluidity and agility that’s hard to find elsewhere. Here are some of the features you’ll find in HCP that helps you leverage your cloud environments:

  1. Storage that is both high-density and high-efficiency. It implements cloud tiering technologies in order to utilize capacity from Hitachi Data Systems storage services, as well as a number of other popular cloud storage options.
  2. Reliable topology architecture that creates reliability and offers global access.
  3. Scalability and multi-tenant capabilities.
  4. Active data protection.
  5. Easy set-up, management and change procedures.
  6. Advanced tools for gathering metadata and intelligence.
  7. Full support for both IPv4 and IPv6 Internet protocols, in addition to a variety of legacy, contemporary and even emerging storage protocols as well as various media types.
  8. File sync and sharing via the Hitachi Content Platform Anywhere.
  9. Integration with Hitachi Data Ingestor, which allows you to connect remote as well as branch offices.
  10. A lower footprint in floor space, power use and cooling needs, while being able to store greater amounts of data.
  11. Utilization of cloud economics as well as technologies like cloud bursting
  12. Customized hybrid cloud architecture using public cloud services, or a combination of several different public cloud services.
  13. Maximized performance and availability due to the inclusion of enterprise class components.
  14. Elimination of one of the most expensive elements of traditional backup: tape-based backup solutions.
  15. Greater amount of data managed per admin.
  16. Automation of operations and preparation for big data analytics.
  17. Automatic hardware changes.
  18. The ability to evolve to cloud, big data and Web 2.0 applications while addressing current storage issues.
  19. Empowerment of the mobile work force.
  20. Improved branch and remote office efficiency.

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Unitiv, Inc., is a professional provider of enterprise IT solutions. Unitiv delivers its services from its headquarters in Alpharetta, Georgia, USA, and its regional office in Iselin, New Jersey, USA. Unitiv provides a strategic approach to its service delivery, focusing on three core components: People, Products, and Processes. The People to advise and support customers. The Products to design and build solutions. The Processes to govern and manage post-implementation operations.