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SUSE Enterprise Storage: Cut your Data Protection Costs

Jason Phippen

By: Jason Phippen

September 11, 2017 7:28 am

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Looking for a more scalable option for your enterprise backup? SUSE Enterprise Storage can help. This Software-defined storage solution provides a scalable and lower cost disk to disk backup approach that helps simplify the backup process and is certified to work with a growing number of enterprise backup software vendors, including Commvault, Veritas and Data Protector.

With our unique per node pricing approach, not per gigabyte, you’ll never pay more just for storing more data. If you reach the point where you need to expand, simply buy another server license and add another node to the cluster. The storage software automatically integrates the new server and distributes the workload.

Real Savings

Using SUSE Enterprise Storage for your disk to disk solution enables real savings:

  • Lower TCO with an enterprise grade open source software-defined storage solution built on commodity hardware.
  • Reduce management costs with an intelligent solution that is self-managing and self-healing.
  • Decrease upgrade impact and costs with a flexible, highly scalable and resilient cluster-based design easy upgrades and an innovative licensing model that avoids per-gigabyte storage charges.
  • With minimal acquisition cost, management cost, and upgrade cost, SUSE Enterprise Storage is the lowest-price solution for enterprise archive and backup implementations

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