20 فروشنده برتر استوریج های سازمانی

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20 فروشنده برتر استوریج های سازمانی

تولید کننده ها و فروشنده هایی که نیازهای ذخیره سازی اطلاعات برای شرکت ها و سازمانها را تأمین می کنند معمولا هیچ محدودیتی برای خود قائل نیستند و ما در این پست قصد داریم به معرفی 20 فروشنده برتر استوریج های سازمانی که به دلیل تأثیر در بازار قابل توجه هستند بپردازیم. این تولیدکنندگان جزو برجسته ترین تولیدکنندگان تجهیزات ذخیره سازی می باشند و راهکارهای ارائه شده توسط آنها سرعت صنعت ذخیره سازی را تعیین می کند.

مزایای ذخیره سازی ابری و پشتیبان گیری

محافظت از داده های شرکت شما بسیار حیاتی است. فضای ذخیره سازی ابری با پشتیبان گیری خودکار مقیاس پذیر و انعطاف پذیر می تواند آرامش خاطر را برای شما فراهم کند. راهکار پشتیبان گیری و بازیابی Cobalt Iron به دلیل اتوماسیون و قابلیت اطمینان هندزفری با هزینه کمتر شناخته شده است. پشتیبان گیری از ابر که فقط کار می کند.

شرکت های ذخیره سازی مخصوص مرکز داده

این شرکتهای ذخیره کننده اطلاعات رهبران بازار هستند و نفوذ زیادی دارند. آنها شرکتهایی هستند که به دنبال استفاده از فناوری های شبکه ذخیره سازی (SAN) یا ذخیره سازی متصل به شبکه (NAS) و به طور فزاینده ای برای راهکارهای ذخیره سازی هیبریدی بر پایه ابر هستند.

Dell EMC

بدون اشاره به Dell EMC ، هیچ بحثی در مورد بازار ذخیره سازی داده های سازمانی کامل نیست. از زمان ادغام 67 میلیارد دلاری سرور و سازنده کامپیوتر Dell با غول ذخیره سازی داده EMC در سال 2016 ، این شرکت ترکیبی با باقی ماندن در بالای بازار سیستم های ذخیره سازی سازمانی خارجی ، اساساً آرایه هایی که SAN و / را تشکیل می دهند ، میراث EMC را برآورده می کند. یا با توجه به شرکت تحلیلگر فناوری IDC یا NAS (امروزه بسیاری از مدل ها می توانند وظیفه مضاعف را بکشند). از خطوط تولید می توان به ذخیره سازی Isilon NAS ، آرایه های ذخیره سازی فلاش ترکیبی EMC Unity برای ذخیره بلوک و پرونده ، آرایه های سری SC و محصولات ماندگار VMAX اشاره کرد.



No discussion of the enterprise data storage market is complete without mentioning Dell EMC. Since the blockbuster $67 billion merger of server and PC maker Dell with data storage giant EMC in 2016, the combined company has lived up to the EMC’s legacy by remaining atop the external enterprise storage systems market, essentially the arrays that make up a SAN and/or NAS (many models today can pull double duty), according to technology analyst firm IDC. Product lines of note include Isilon NAS storage, EMC Unity hybrid-flash storage arrays for block and file storage, SC series arrays and the enduring VMAX family of products.

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise and its Chinese joint venture, the New H3C Group, has surpassed Dell EMC in the overall market for enterprise storage systems, but the company still has to cover a lot of ground to catch up to it rival in the traditional storage array segment. Notable product lines include HPE 3PAR StoreServ midrange arrays, entry-level HPE StoreEasy Storage NAS systems and flash-enabled MSA Storage.

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Of late, NAS specialist NetApp has been making waves by adding latency-busting NVMe-over-Fabrics (FC-NVMe) support to its all-flash arrays and offering hybrid cloud data tiering support in its ONTAP storage software.

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Like most other major storage vendors, IBM has come to fully embrace flash in its arrays. In 2017, the company announced a big push into NVMe-based storage in a bid to keep pushing the enterprise storage performance envelope.

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Hitachi Vantara

In September 2017, Hitachi combined Hitachi Data Systems with Pentaho and the Hitachi Insights Group to form a subsidiary focused on data integration, the Internet of Things (IoT), big data analytics, and of course, enterprise storage. HDS storage systems live on in the form of the company’s Hitachi NAS Platform and G Series arrays.

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This Chinese technology company is quickly growing its market share, according to IDC. Its expanding product portfolio includes all-flash OceanStor Dorado V3 arrays with NVMe support and OceanStor 18000 V5 hybrid-flash storage systems.

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Data Storage Companies: Well-Versed in the Enterprise

They may not immediately come to mind when the topic of data storage comes up, but these companies offer their own take on storage technologies for businesses.


Oracle offers more than business databases and related software products, it also sells ZFS Storage, whose legacy can be traced back to the Sun Microsystem days, alongwith Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliances and StorageTek archival tape systems.

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Although the company has been known for its ties with EMC and resells IBM Storwize arrays, lately it has been venturing out on its own with Lenovo Storage S2200 and S3200 SAN hardware.

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Reflecting the company’s vision of providing storage solutions for the entire data lifecycle, Fujitsu gathers its arrays, backup appliances, tape libraries and software-defined storage (SDS) offerings under the ETERNUS banner.

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Western Digital

Western Digital is synonymous with hard drives, but the company also produces data center storage systems like Ultrastar for the data center via its Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (HGST) subsidiary.

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All-Flash Upstart Storage Companies

Leapfrogging traditional, disk-based storage systems, these companies focus on flash-enabled arrays that help set new standards of application and database performance.

Pure Storage

The company made a name for itself by being an all-flash “purist,” no spinning platters here. Today, Pure Storage continues that vision with the FlashArray//X, a storage system packed with NVMe SSDs.

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Violin Systems

Violin Memory, now Violin Systems, is another vendor that made an early bet on all-flash (with a healthy dose of RAM) in the data center. After a brush with bankruptcy, Violin reemerged with a focus on not only delivering high-performance Flash Storage Platform arrays, but also storage services and management software tools that support modern-day workloads.

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Although parent company HGST made the list earlier, Tegile stands out because it concerns itself solely with hybrid and all-flash storage systems, including NVMe-based arrays like its IntelliFlash N Series.

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Kaminario, another leading all-flash storage vendor, may be focused on delivering flash-friendly storage software nowadays, but its legacy lives on. In January 2018, the Boston area flash storage specialist announced it was leaving the hardware side of the business to Tech Data to focus on supplying SDS solutions to enterprises. For those wondering, IT buyers can still snag highly-capable Kaminario K2 arrays from resellers through Tech Data.

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Bidding SANs Goodbye with Hyperconverged Storage

Although many storage vendors have jumped on the hyperconvergence bandwagon, these innovators are known for specializing in the hot storage trend.

Hyperconverged storage or hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is taking over the enterprise. It combines storage, compute and networking into highly-virtualized systems that offer enterprises immense flexibility in how to run and manage storage workloads.


Available in hardware appliances or as a software that organizations can install on their own systems, Nutanix’s Enterprise Cloud platform enables software-defined storage (SDS) in the data center. It supports a wide range of storage services (file, block, container and virtual machine), along with backup and disaster recovery orchestration.

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Pivot 3

Austin, Texas-based Pivot 3 offers flash and hybrid flash HCI systems with a number of desirable data services, including asynchronous replication, erasure coding, thin provisioning and more. The company’s high-end, all-flash HCI appliances pack both NVMe SSDs and conventional SSDs to accelerate storage workloads.

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HPE SimpliVity

Although it’s now owned by HPE, SimpliVity deserves a mention for hitting the scene early with its OmniCube building blocks that set many businesses on a path toward the software-defined data center (SDDC).

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Top Storage Players: The Enterprise Storage Backup Crew

Sometimes things don’t go as planned. Drives fail, the wrong cable gets pulled or applications don’t act as expected. These companies help businesses bounce back when IT disasters strike.


In 2016, Veritas split from cybersecurity giant Symantec, which had merged with the company in 2005. Now flying solo as a private company and focused on enterprise data protection, Veritas continues to serve the market with its venerable NetBackup backup and recovery suite and the Flex Appliance, which can be deployed in minutes to provide on-demand backup, recovery, archiving and cloud tiering services using a microservices-based approach.

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Targeting midsized to large businesses, this New Jersey-based firm’s data protection and information management offerings are designed to help enterprises wring more value out of their information as it passes from primary to secondary storage. Commvault Hyperscale is available both as an appliance that integrates storage, compute, networking, backup and recovery, analytics and data lifecycle management, or as software that works with systems from Dell EMC, HPE, Cisco and others.

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Actifio is mainly known as a copy data management specialist, but its expertise in helping businesses optimize their complex storage environments enables the company to offer disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS).

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Data Storage Companies: Up and Coming Storage Vendors


Cobalt Iron


Data backup, to be sure, is of absolutely critical importance. Backup is the biggest application in the data center for a reason. But it is this critical importance that makes backup so challenging – it must be done right. Cobalt Iron’s Compass solution uses automation to ease the constant challenging work load of managing data backup.



As part of its mission to enable better backup, Cobalt offer the much sought after “single pane of glass” – a single dashboard to manage backup. This console can manage the many enterprise backup tasks at any level, including global policy administration. And if there’s a problem with your system? This single console gives you the data you need to more easily troubleshoot the system. Compass can be found in many global data centers, including AWS, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud, Alibaba and Microsoft Azure.



Pavilion Data Systems

You may not have seen the acronym NVMe-oF, but it’s reasonable to assume we will see more of this term in the years to come. It stands for NVMe over Fabric, a solution designed to enable faster speeds in today’s data storage environments. Pavilion Data Systems is a leader in this area, a pioneer in developing this blazingly fast technology.


Yes, this is impressive: the Pavilion Data Platform offers write performance at speeds up to 90 GBs per second. Write latency can be a low as 40 microseconds; in other words, remarkably close to instantaneous. The company incorporates Swarm, decentralized data storage and distribution; with Swarm, the Pavilion system can rebuild a solid state drive in just a few minutes. In a data storage world that must move ever faster, these speed boosts really help.


To round out its offering, the company offers encryption, thin provisioning and an array of data management tools.





Software defined storage has come from being a vague buzzword to a truly adopted technology over the last few years, though the term “software defined” continues to be used in any number of ways. Riding this wave, StorOne offers software-defined data storage solution that is as flexible as it needs to be to handle any number of storage tasks.



It can be used for (of course) virtual storage, or to handle cloud storage and other secondary storage, hybrid arrays or those ultra-fast all-flash arrays. If your company uses file, block or object storage, StorOne can handle it.



As proof of the company’s reputation, its Advisory Board has attracted some top tech talent, including John Thompson, Chairman of Microsoft, and Ed Zander, former CEO of Motorola.





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