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Multiple different components, low interoperability, hard to manage SLAs
Low utilization and sharing, multiple data copies, costly upgrades
‘Dark’ data limits analytics, increases potential compliance risk, fines
Single platform for all workloads, single UI, easy to set and manage SLAs via policy
Global resource sharing, single copy of data, easy non-disruptive expansion
Google-like global search, custom queries, real-time operational metrics
We brought cloud-scale design principles to an area of IT that hasn’t seen innovation in decades, starting with a third-generation hyperconverged software platform and a patented distributed file system specifically optimized to address the needs of secondary data.
Control all secondary operations through a single GUI and simple policies
Replace expensive siloed infrastructure with pay-as-you-grow ease
Ensure data compliance and resilience to failure
Today, managing secondary data operations - such as backups, archiving, test/dev and analytics - is complex, inefficient and expensive. Cohesity solves this problem by consolidating these different workloads and data onto a single scalable platform with a simple GUI and policies, that offers greater control and reliability with less operational overhead.
The Cohesity design allows the full range of platform capabilities to be applied consistently across your entire environment including data centers, remote offices, private and public clouds, simplifying management still further.
Traditional infrastructure can lead to poor optimization and unnecessarily high operational and capital costs, since resources are not typically shared across silos. Inefficient use of storage, multiple copies and fork-lift upgrades can all contribute to greater expense.
By contrast, the Cohesity approach removes all silos and copies, optimizes storage, minimizes manual effort and allows easy modular expansion. Up to 80% savings in TCO have been reported using Cohesity for backup & recovery compared to traditional solutions.
Another downside of data sprawl is the lack of global visibility: most IT teams cannot say for sure where all their unstructured data is, who owns it or what it contains. With Cohesity, since all data is managed centrally and indexed automatically, we can shine a light on previously ’dark data’ and give you full visibility and control over regulated information or malicious behavior. You can even conduct Google-like searches across your entire data estate.
The platform is also highly resilient to failure, and can quickly roll back to a ‘safe’ state in the event of a malware or ransomware attack, further reducing the risk of downtime and reputation damage.
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