EMC Corp. has unveiled a new suite of hardware and software offerings designed to help customers protect their data storage infrastructure.
The protection storage architectures build on EMC's Data Domain, Avamar, NetWorker and Mozy products and work to secure storage, integrate data source and manage information, EMC said Wednesday.
The company intends for the products to help application owners, virtual machine administrators and storage and server managers manage, control and protect their data infrastructures.
Guy Churchward, president at EMC backup recovery systems division, said the products will enable clients to unify protection strategy and infrastructure and address future information technology challenges.
The data domain systems combine the backup and archive data in a single platform that can accommodate 540 data streams and support SAP's HANA Studio backup via network file system, according to EMC.
The new products also include Avamar 7 that works to protect workloads entering the data domain systems, NetWorker 8.1 with new user interface and snapshot storage assignment and the Mozy product line that helps reduce costs from creating separate accounts.
EMC will start offering the protection storage architectures in the third quarter of 2013.