Veritas Moves Into VMware-Based Clouds

Sdxcentral | August 21, 2019

Veritas Moves Into VMware-Based Clouds
Veritas announced availability of its Enterprise Data Services Platform for VMware environments running on-premises or in any of the major public clouds including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.“IT environments are becoming increasingly more complex while the volume of data continues to grow exponentially,” said Jyothi Swaroop, VP of product and solution marketing at Veritas, in an emailed response to questions. “As a result, data now lives in more and more places — on premises, on devices, and in multiple clouds — which makes it challenging to maintain high levels of application availability, maintain business resiliency (such as from ransomware attacks hitting local governments across the country), and stay compliant with all of today’s data regulations.

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For the purposes of the Oracle Autonomous Content and Experience Cloud and the Oracle Content and Experience Cloud, the Service tracks either named users or visitors based upon the role that a user is given in the Service; users with anonymous access to the Service will be tracked as visitors. Visitor access – whether for anonymous or registered visitors - across multiple channels during the same hour counts as multiple active visitor users.

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