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An excellent article from the Taneja Group regarding Unified Storage and comparing with facts the differences between the new HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400c versus the EMC VNX 5600.

 

The IT industry is in the middle of a massive transition toward simplification and efficiency around managing on-premise infrastructure at today’s enterprise data centers. In the past few years there has been a rampant onset of technology clearly focused at simplifying and radically changing the economics of traditional enterprise infrastructure. These technologies include Public/Private Clouds, Converged Infrastructure, and Integrated Systems to name a few. All of these technologies are geared to provide more efficiency of resources, take less time to administer, all at a reduced TCO. However, these technologies all rely on efficiency and simplicity of the underlying technologies of Compute, Network, and Storage. Often times the overall solution is only as good as the weakest link in the chain. The storage tier of the traditional infrastructure stack is often considered the most complex to manage.

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In Taneja Group’s own words: “HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400c is 2X easier to provision, 2X easier to monitor, and up to 2X more data density efficient than a similarly configured EMC VNX 5600.Contact us to find out how DTM can simplify and increase the efficiency of your IT infrastructure.

 

OzzieOzzieOzzieOzzie Castillo is the Professional Services Organization’s Practice Lead and Senior Technical Consultant for Enterprise Storage and brings over 13 years of professional IT Industry experience to DTM clients. Ozzie is an HP Master Accredited Solutions Expert (MASE) on Storage Technologies, as well as an ITIL and VMware VCP certified professional. Ozzie is a graduate of Universidad Industrial de Santander Bucaramanga, Colombia with a B.Sc., Computer Science. He has a broad experience across many different IT technologies including but not limited to: Storage/SAN, Servers, Converged Infrastructure, Operating systems (HP-UX, VMware, Linux, and Windows), High Availability, Business Continuity, and Disaster Recovery. Ozzie brings a strong expertise in the design, implementation, operation and ongoing improvement of enterprise storage solutions. Ozzies’s skills and credentials uniquely position him to deliver extraordinary value to DTM’s clients in respect to all aspects of data storage.

 

 

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