Egnyte, the only provider of a complete suite of enterprise file services built from the cloud down, today announced a native integration with the EMC VNX product family, transforming EMC VNX unified storage into an enterprise file services platform. Egnyte's unique hybrid - cloud and on-premises - architecture combined with the power of EMC VNX enables businesses to support file-oriented use cases that demand high performance and infinite storage capacity across multiple sites.
With Storage Sync for EMC VNX, companies can manage 100 percent of files across the corporate data center, at remote offices and in the cloud, all under a unified global namespace. With enhanced security controls and a centralized view to manage all data, devices and users, IT can cloud-enable existing EMC VNX deployments to provide users with fast local and secure remote access to files of any size and from any location or device.
The EMC VNX integration leverages EMC's powerful Common Event Publishing Agent (CEPA) API to implement bi-directional sync, maintaining the high-performance envelope of the EMC VNX product family. The easy and intuitive installation takes minutes and eliminates any downtime for customers by offering immediate remote access to data stored in EMC VNX. Egnyte is also designed to integrate with Active Directory, LDAP and SSO to simplify policy management and maintain a central source for defining and managing users, devices and files.
"Egnyte's mission is to offer best-in-class integrations to enable enterprises to effectively store and manage files on-premises, with leading storage providers, and in the cloud. By integrating Egnyte with EMC VNX, we're able to offer unmatched performance to effectively address the complex requirements of file services and storage access for enterprises around the world," said Vineet Jain, co-founder and CEO of Egnyte.
"EMC VNX combined with Egnyte allows customers to cloud-enable and stretch the performance capabilities of their legacy storage investments. The integration provides an opportunity to bundle industry-leading EMC VNX storage with the high-demand category of file services provided by Egnyte, and can offer additional value for a global enterprise," said Ed McNamara, director of communications and marketing at SHI International Corp.
"Customers and prospects seek a native integration to EMC VNX for their file services and enterprise collaboration efforts," said R "Ray" Wang, principal analyst and CEO at Constellation Research. "They want to store files both in the cloud and on-premises in a seamless and secure solution, especially when EMC is their data center infrastructure."
For more information on Storage Sync for EMC VNX, visit here.
Egnyte transforms business through smarter content allowing organizations to connect, protect, and unlock value from all their content. Our Content Intelligence platform delivers smart content collaboration and governance in the cloud or on-premises to thousands of businesses around the world even the most regulated industries. Founded in 2007, Egnyte is privately held and headquartered in Mountain View, CA. Investors include venture capital firms, such as Google Ventures and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, as well as technology partners, such as CenturyLink and Seagate Technology. Please visit www.egnyte.com or call 1-877-7EGNYTE for more information.
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