DataGravity Brings Data Aware Storage to VMware

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For some time now, DataGravity has been making the case for a “data-aware” approach to managing storage that provides all the governance, data protection and search tools an IT organization requires, baked into a physical appliance. Starting today, DataGravity is making that capability available as a virtual appliance for VMware environments, which means a dedicated physical appliance to run its software is no longer required. DataGravity CEO Paula Long says the approach that DataGravity takes to managing data is more relevant than ever because of security issues associated with attacks involving, for example, ransomware. Long says DataGravity gives IT organizations the ability to analyze snapshots of data at any time to discover who accessed it, what was changed and, if necessary, to undo those changes.

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