A recent press release states, “StorageCraft®, whose mission is to protect all data and ensure its constant availability, today announced OneXafe, a ground-breaking converged data platform that eliminates storage and data protection silos, blurs the lines between primary and secondary storage and scales out seamlessly to help manage explosive data growth. OneXafe delivers much-needed relief to the vast number of mid-sized and fast-growth organizations struggling with data management, data protection and the risk of downtime. Designed specifically for mid-sized organisations, OneXafe is a converged scale-out storage and data protection platform for both physical and virtual environments. It delivers comprehensive storage and data protection services in a single, integrated and easy-to-use solution with seamless integration to DRaaS. Unlike Veeam and other software-only backup products, StorageCraft’s OneXafe provides a complete solution to data protection challenges by integrating primary, secondary and cloud data-management capabilities.”
The release goes on, “At the core of OneXafe is StorageCraft’s patented, distributed, object-based file system that is tightly integrated with powerful and flexible data protection services. The file system delivers universal file data access to users and applications. The data protection services with SLA-based policy-driven protection and management provides flexible, reliable and instant recovery. This convergence delivers powerful recovery and optimized work-flow for management simplicity. ‘The data protection and recovery software market is expected to continue strong growth through 2021,’ said Phil Goodwin, research director at IDC. ‘As businesses suffer the damage inflicted by downtime, they will increasingly embark on ‘the new race to zero’ – near zero RPO and RTO. StorageCraft’s OneXafe aims to shift the paradigm of traditional data protection by converging data platforms for primary and secondary storage while integrating data protection. It is a development worth watching closely’.”
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