Isilon Deploys Big Data Security Operating System

EMC‘s Isilon division has launched the latest version of a scale-out operating system to help customers secure and address challenges of big data, EMC announced Monday.

The new OS is scheduled to drop later this year and focuses on system performance and interoperability in managing file-based unstructured data.

Big data presents challenges to operational efficiency, data security and business process performance, said Sujal Patel, co-founder and president at Isilon.

Mavericks was designed to help enterprises handle growing volumes of directories, file shares, archives, virtualization and business analytics.

EMC said the OS also integrates SEC 17a-4 requirements which guarantee roles-based administration to create a separation between storage administration and file system access.

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