Hitachi Vantara, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., is releasing a new version of its specialized data recovery platform, Hitachi Data Instance Director (HDID) v6, modernizing IT environments and how data is protected.
This newest version improves data availability – a requirement for transforming an organization into a modern digital enterprise – by supporting always-on service objectives.
Now generally available, HDID v6 unites operational recovery, business continuity, disaster recovery, and copy-data management capabilities with business-critical application environments.
This release addresses the needs of customers, partners and global system integrators requiring a cloud-enabled data recovery solution.
It provides a comprehensive application-programming interface, multitenancy, and granular role-based access controls coupled with a highly scalable, whiteboard-style policy engine.
HDID v6 reduces risk and administration costs while significantly improving data availability.
"Traditional approaches to data protection cannot protect critical data fast enough or frequently enough. They also can't recover from multiple failure scenarios quickly enough to meet today's data availability requirements," said Iri Trashanski, senior vice president, market development and product management, Hitachi Vantara. "Our goal at Hitachi Vantara is to help customers achieve tangible outcomes that positively drive business forward. HDID does just that. It delivers fast and frequent protection with virtually no impact on production applications as well as near-instant local and remote recovery."
For more information, visit: www.hitachivantara.com.