Atempo Digital Archive Integrated with EMC® Atmos™ Delivers Digital Archiving for Cloud Storage
Atempo Joins the EMC Velocity2 Atmos Partner Program
Orlando, Florida.- Atempo, Inc., a leading provider of cross-platform data protection and archiving solutions, today announced the full integration of Atempo Digital Archive (ADA) with EMC Atmos, an industry-leading, policy-based information management platform. In joining the EMC Velocity2 Atmos Partner Program, Atempo gives customers the ability to use its enterprise-class file archiving software to manage the long-term retention of digital assets in EMC Atmos. Atempo and EMC will be demonstrating the integrated solution at EMC World from May 18-21 in Orlando, Florida.
Atempo Digital Archive is optimized for companies that require a cost-effective digital archiving solution that eliminates the need to invest and maintain physical archive media in-house. Atempo Digital Archive enables the automated and end-user triggered movement of data from a company’s primary storage servers into EMC Atmos that allows scalability and automated data placement for the efficient delivery of content and information services anywhere in the world.
“The EMC Velocity2 Atmos Partner Program demonstrates our commitment to deliver innovative cloud storage solutions that address the growing needs of our partners seeking to leverage cloud storage solutions. We believe there is an opportunity and approach to cloud storage that delivers financial and functional benefits to both our partners and the customers they serve,” said Mike Feinberg, Senior Vice President of EMC Cloud Infrastructure Group. “By making EMC Atmos accessible and allowing easy API integration, we enable our partners to respond to customers’ fast-growing demand for cloud-based solutions with greater scalability, elasticity and lower costs. We are pleased to work with Atempo to embrace and deliver these benefits to our joint customers.”
ADA’s core features include end-user initiated archive through a dedicated light user interface, file level de-duplication, full content indexing and search, file stubbing capabilities that allow for the easy retrieval of archived information, and many other features that make it a leading file archiving and digital workflow management application. With its integration with EMC Atmos, ADA now offers customers further flexibility and ease-of-use by removing the need to operate and manage their own physical archives.
“As more companies leverage cloud storage services in response to exponential data growth, there is a critical need for storage management and archival solutions to manage that cloud-based data,” said Mark Sutter, Chief Technology Officer at Atempo. “ADA’s integration with EMC Atmos delivers a powerful approach to securing the movement and retention of digital assets in the cloud. We look forward to continued collaboration with EMC to respond to our customers’ evolving needs with new, innovative cloud storage solutions.”
In addition to ADA’s support for EMC Atmos, customers that prefer to maintain their own physical systems also benefit from ADA’s new integration with EMC’s physical storage media. ADA is compatible with EMC Centera® content addressed storage (CAS) systems for use as a target storage device for compliance-based archiving, as well as EMC Celerra® unified storage systems for use as a primary storage device. ADA can archive data from EMC Celerra while leaving a stub on the device for easy data retrieval.
Atempo Digital Archive for EMC Atmos is now available, and will be demonstrated at the EMC Atmos Booth (#601) at EMC World from May 18-21. For more information on ADA, visit http://www.atempo.com/products/digitalArchive/index.asp.
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