April 24, 2014
Hitachi Data Systems Corp. (HDS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., has announced new technology it said provides a closer link between a “company’s business and technology objectives that demands a more responsive IT foundation.”
Called “Continuous Cloud Infrastructure,” according to HDS it as an “architecture” that quickly reacts to changing needs without continual redesign and disruption.
Launched was the Storage Virtualization Operating System (SVOS), Virtual Storage Platform G1000, a new version of the Command Suite management platform and upgrades to the Unified Compute Platform converged computing offerings.
“Our customers across industries have told us that to keep up with the frenetic pace of business they are aligning the IT and business functions more closely than ever,” said Brian Householder, chief operating officer at HDS.
“In order to execute in this business defined world, IT teams are looking to new infrastructure strategies to deploy more continuous, adaptable and scalable infrastructure. Businesses need solutions that do not require constant and disruptive changes to the technology they support.”
SVOS and the VSP G1000 are certified in initiatives such as Microsoft Private Cloud deployments, SAP HANA and VMware environments.
Further coverage on yesterday’s launch will appear in the May/June issue of Connections+