Sanbolic Meets Need for Virtualized Storage

In an effort to address the impact on storage infrastructure when organizations move to a more virtualized environment, Sanbolic’s Melio 3 makes the storage of applications and data as flexible as virtual clients, virtual servers and private cloud workloads. This is achieved, according to ZD Net, through a storage framework that includes storage cluster management, a cluster file system and a number of file management tools. The result is an agile storage environment

 


“I’ve long been a proponent of deploying storage virtualization technologies along side of processing virtualization to create a more reliable, agile and manageable environment. Sanbolic appears to be an example of a company addressing this very need.”

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