SmartIO in Symantec™ Storage Foundation 6.1 for Linux enables customers to ensure storage Quality of Service (QoS) at the application level while optimizing storage footprint through high-performance, in-server storage. SmartIO achieves up to 400% performance gains, while reducing costs by over 80% over traditional Storage Area Network (SAN).
Symantec's latest announcement describes how to achieve business availability and meet the service level agreements (SLAs) in place today.
By Violin Memory and Symantec partnering to incorporate components of Symantec’s proven Storage Foundation IP stack into the Violin arrays, enterprises receive the performance, energy efficiencies and proven storage management software stack.
Learn about the value that Veritas Operations Manager brings to current and new users of Storage Foundation and Cluster Server, including capabilities that span multiple teams within an organization from applications to server to storage administrators.
Transform your existing data center into a private cloud. In this white paper, Symantec proposes an architecture for the private cloud that addresses the challenges surrounding availability and Storage-as-a-Service paradigm.
IDC analyst Analyst Noemi Greyzdorf examines the business value of clustered file systems and CFS Symantec Storage Foundation Cluster File System in particular.
Learn about thin provisioning and how Storage Foundation uses this technology to improve storage management efficiency.