Hitachi Data Discovery Suite (HDDS)
ViON presents Hitachi Data Discovery active archive coupled with the Hitachi Data Discovery Suite (HDDS) enables customers to perform federated searches across a combination of Hitachi High-Performance NAS Platform (HNAS), powered by BlueArc® and Hitachi Content Platform systems, and use those search results to take actions beyond simply accessing the data. The Data Discovery Suite is a powerful tool that allows users to find file content and metadata within mixed or tiered storage topologies and use those results to take actions such as data archiving, tiered storage management and file system management. Like Hitachi Data Discovery active archive, the Hitachi Data Discovery Suite delivers powerful full content index and search services for the Hitachi High-Performance NAS (HNAS) Platform. The Data Discovery suite works with Hitachi Data Discovery active archive to include Hitachi Content Platform data as part of comprehensive content and metadata search that enables data migration among storage tiers and ingestion of data into the archive – an industry first that breaks through the traditional barriers of stovepipe storage infrastructures and mitigates the risk of unmanaged or rogue data.
An example scenario would be a tiered storage topology where the Hitachi High-Performance NAS (HSAS) Platform manages access to work-in-progress documents that require changes – files not in their final form. All files that have been finalized (fixed content) are candidates for a WORM file system like the Hitachi Content Archive Platform and can be moved to the platform to optimize storage at all storage levels. Given this scenario, Hitachi Data Discovery Suite and Hitachi Data Discovery active archive can provide a federated search across both platforms regardless of the document’s lifecycle and storage tier.
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