Enterprise Storage

Enterprises need agile IT systems everywhere. They need systems that can provide insights into customer behavior and predict business outcomes.

Meeting user demands for performance within business modalities requires a radical approach. Netzary offers customers precisely these-- Agility, Performance and a new radical approach.
So  whether you need an enterprise class high performance system to do big  data crunching, or a simple box to store surveillance data, we have the  solution.

We deliver these through partnerships with companies such as NetApp, Hewlett Packard , Hitachi and Dell-EMC.

We also offer NAS solutions build on top of Open Source stacks from Nexenta to FreeBSD.
Why Enterprise Storage is important?

In the technology infrastructure landscape, Enterprise Storage is way  critical above other components. Data losses have resulted in large  listed companies announcing overnight closure of business.
Apart from data security, performance is a key reason to bet on Enterprise Storage. Large data sets require ample performance needs that cannot be served with typical network storage.
Presently there are four major trends that’s driving enterprise storage.

Unified storage is a storage architecture that combines Block level storage and file level storage into a single entity. This  can result in the development of platforms for server centric, storage  centric or hybrid workloads where applications and data come together to  improve application performance and delivery.

Netzary has partnered with NetApp  and Dell to deliver unified storage solutions for our customers.
Storage virtualization is the process of abstracting logical storage from physical storage. The physical storage resources are aggregated into storage pools, from which the logical storage is created. It presents to the user a logical space for data storage and transparently handles the process of mapping it to the physical location, a concept called location transparency.

Netzary  specializes in Storage Virtualization solutions both through enterprise  storage hardware solutions as well as via virtualization software from  vendors such as Vmware, Microsoft and Nutanix.
Another trend is moving to all flash arrays, and replacing block level storage to flash. Flash  with it’s low latency and faster speeds is several times faster and on  the longer run cheaper to deploy for low latency apps such as databases  or OLTP.