EMC has launched 42 products as it overhauls its storage, backup, virtualisation and management software portfolio. The two big themes are hybrid cloud and big data.
The storage giant, which just kicked off its EMC World Conference in Las Vegas, is positioning itself in the middle of the so-called hybrid cloud, which utilises both internal and external resources.
Here's the rundown of EMC's product overhaul.
The company launched new EMC VMAX enterprise storage arrays. The new systems — VMAX 10K, VMAX 20K and VMAX 40K — include management software to pool storage resources and host applications
Isilon OneFS, a scale-out network-attached operating system, was launched. OneFS has been revamped with code to handle unstructured data
EMC announced VNX unified storage systems for the mid-market. The VNXe 3150 improves performance, incorporates Flash and simplifies management. EMC also extended a VMware partnership revolving around VNX systems. That pact isn't surprising, since EMC owns VMware
Data Doman and Avamar systems were launched to focus on the backup and recovery market
The company launched EMC VPLEX virtual storage with its RecoverPoint data-protection software. This combo is aimed at disaster-recovery sites and active datacentres
EMC enhanced its EMC Atmos Cloud Platform to focus on big-data improvements and cloud connectors
DataBridge was also rolled out. The DataBridge manages both internal IT operations and IT as a service.
Via ZDNet US