DataCore Unveils Industry’s First Software-Defined Storage Benefits Calculator
Web App Instantly Estimates Operational and Financial Benefits from SANsymphony™-V Storage Virtualization
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.– DataCore, a leader in software-defined storage, today launched the industry’s first software-defined storage benefits calculator, as a part of its revamped website. By providing a few details about an organization’s storage environment, the benefits calculator instantly provides a personalized savings report, which details the benefits of using DataCore for storage virtualization, covering six categories:
- Financial savings over five years
- Reduce downtime in hours
- Centralize management
- Pool tiered resources
- Reclaim free space (TBs)
- Extend functional coverage
“As the software-defined storage market continues to grow at a rapid pace, we felt there was a void in the industry in providing organizations with the tools necessary to realize the full benefits of storage virtualization,” said Paul Murphy, vice president of worldwide marketing, at DataCore. “The benefits calculator is designed to instantly show the real business impact storage virtualization can have on an organization, something our customers – across more than 10,000 sites – have experienced for the past 16 years.”
DataCore partnered with Alinean – the leading ROI and TCO experts – to develop the software-defined storage benefits calculator. The calculator estimates savings based on: industry estimates for costs associated with downtime (planned and unplanned); the reduction of downtime customers experience after introducing DataCore; industry averages for the cost of storage and the staff to manage it; the improvement in the utilization of once stranded capacity is pooled, provisioned, cached and auto-tiered using DataCore; and the extended functional coverage that DataCore’s software-defined storage platform brings through infrastructure-wide services.
In addition to the benefits calculator, the DataCore website now features hundreds of real-world customer case studies from different industries and a number of new video testimonials demonstrating the real life benefits that customers are experiencing as a result of using DataCore. The most recent video testimonial highlights how Englewood Hospital reduced downtime, increased performance, improved IT responsiveness and decreased storage-related spending. The site also features a two minute video that exposes the secret that hardware vendors have been keeping from their customers for years – how software-defined storage will change the IT industry forever.
For more information and to view the revamped website please visit, www.datacore.com.
About DataCore Software
DataCore is a leader in software-defined storage. The company’s storage virtualization software empowers organizations to seamlessly manage and scale their data storage architectures, delivering massive performance gains at a fraction of the cost of solutions offered by legacy storage hardware vendors. Backed by 10,000 customer sites around the world, DataCore’s adaptive and self-learning and healing technology takes the pain out of manual processes and helps deliver on the promise of the new software defined data center through its hardware agnostic architecture. Visit http://www.datacore.com or call (877) 780-5111 for more information.
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