Symantec rolls out Version 6.0 Products

Symantec rolls out Version 6.0 Products

Symantec has announced version 6.0 of the company’s storage management and high availability products. With this release, Symantec enables IT organizations to build resilient private clouds by transforming their existing infrastructure. Organizations can manage entire business services end-to-end with built-in resiliency, even if the business service is run across multiple virtualization technologies, operating systems, and storage platforms. This release spans multiple products in Symantec’s portfolio including its flagship Veritas Storage Foundation 6.0, Veritas Cluster Server 6.0, and Veritas Operations Manager 4.1, all tightly integrated to help IT organizations move confidently to private cloud architecture.

“IT architects appreciate the promise of the private cloud, but beneath the hype they are grappling with very real questions. How do I transform my infrastructure to make it more agile? How do I give it the characteristics of a public cloud without compromising on availability and security?” said Anand Naik, Director, Technology Sales (India & SAARC), Symantec.

“Much has changed in the industry in the five years since Symantec’s industry-leading storage management and high availability software Storage Foundation HA 5.0 was first released. We have retooled Storage Foundation and incorporated new innovations from across our product portfolio to help our customers build highly available, resilient private cloud environments out of the infrastructure they’ve already got. These innovations provide complete end-to-end visibility and complete control of their heterogeneous infrastructure,” said Anil Chakravarthy, Senior Vice-President, Storage and Availability Management Group, Symantec.

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