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For cloud-integrated enterprise storage connection

This is a Press Release edited by StorageNewsletter.com on 2012.05.14
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StorSimple, Inc. announced that its family of cloud-integrated enterprise storage appliances supports HP Cloud Services.

Enterprises can now consolidate primary, backup, archive and disaster recovery storage into a single StorSimple cloud-integrated storage system connected to HP Cloud Services, driving a reduction in storage TCO of 60 to 80 percent in many cases. Customers can mix and match HP Cloud Services with any other cloud storage services they are currently using, eliminating the vendor lock-in on the data center floor that is common with traditional SANs.

"HP's open-source approach to cloud services encourages customers to deploy applications in HP Cloud Services with the confidence that they will not be locked into one particular service provider," said Steve Querner, VP of sales for StorSimple. "Cloud-integrated enterprise storage from StorSimple provides the same open approach to cloud storage by certifying multiple leading cloud storage services. When adopting an open approach to cloud storage, customers should insist on features that facilitate cross-cloud functionality without compromising on an enterprise high availability feature set."

HP Cloud Services public beta offering is certified by StorSimple and supports the range of StorSimple cloud data management features, including Cloud Snapshots, thin restores, non-disruptive upgrades and dual path redundancy. Customers can now use HP Cloud Object Storage as a tier of storage, transparently extending their Windows and Linux datasets, which could be running on VMware and Hyper-V, into the cloud.

A benefit of HP Cloud Services is the open-source approach. StorSimple cloud-integrated enterprise storage systems allow HP Cloud Services customers to simultaneously store complete sets of data across multiple cloud providers. This open architecture prevents the limitations of vendor lock-in in data centers for enterprise customers.

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