LEUVEN, Belgium — The data management company Datadobi is introducing software to help companies manage their unstructured data.
Datadobi launched StorageMAP to give users a single pane of glass to manage unstructured data across their “complete data storage estate,” according to the company this month.
StorageMAP is intended to put companies in control of their unstructured data’s cost, carbon footprint, risk, and value.
Datadobi believes the “sheer magnitude” of unstructured data and increasing complexity of heterogeneous storage environments are making the management of unstructured data a problem for companies.
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StorageMAP is designed to enable companies to visualize, organize, and act on their data in hybrid vendor and cloud environments.
The product’s features are set up to help companies in several ways: cost control; conformance to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) policies; risk reduction; and getting more value from data.
The software is built on a vendor-neutral unstructured data mobility engine, an API, that allows organizations to programmatically configure unstructured data management projects.
With StorageMAP, teams can organize data based on criteria, such as ownership, role, placement, risk, and action. Teams can also see optimized reports to make decisions based on business priorities.
StorageMAP is sold as a “pay-as-you-grow” product.
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“Enterprises cannot handle the pace of unstructured data growth on their own,” said Carl D’Halluin, CTO, Datadobi.
“Managing unstructured data across today’s heterogeneous environments is a specialist activity.”
D’Halluin said StorageMAP is the “culmination of over a decade of hard work and experience from our team and in combination with our service partners.”