Are you dealing with the protection, regulatory compliance and long-term storage of unstructured data?
iTernity solutions available through HPE Complete provide software-defined archive storage, securing data integrity, privacy, availability, and compliance.
iCAS is a middleware for retention management and WORM archiving of application data and integrates perfectly into existing IT infrastructures. The solution adds compliance and WORM functionality to IT infrastructures, like HPE servers and storage.
iCAS FS is a scale-out data archiving platform including optional WORM function and retention management. Starting at 20 TB and scaling without limits, this SDS platform ensures low TCO, cloud experience on premise and zero touch operation.
With 120+ certified business applications the solutions can be used as a central enterprise archive. iTernity solutions address compliance requirements, are GDPR- and SEC 17a-4-certified and enable simplified, cost-efficient archiving.
- Software-defined archiving solutions breaking up vendor lock-ins and replacing legacy archive storage black-boxes.
- Designed to provide enterprise-grade security for critical data assets ensuring regulatory compliance.
- Different products for different use cases: middleware vs. platform, scale-up vs. scale-out, Windows® vs. Linux® based.
- Data integrity protection, Self-Healing, ransomware protection, replication, multi-tenancy capability.
Reliability and Flexibility
iTernity solutions provide unrestricted growth from the TB up to the PB range and support the full variety of HPE server and storage products such as HPE ProLiant and Apollo Servers, HPE 3PAR StoreServ, Nimble, SimpliVity, Scality, SUSE, Qumulo, Cohesity and more.
With reliable features for legally compliant, certified archiving, iCAS and iCAS FS provide data security and proof of justification. Flexibility and openness protect your investments enabling more efficient usage of storage volumes, reducing your total operating costs (TCO).
Conformity with regulations, such as SOX, GDPR, HIPPA for Healthcare, the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) 17a-4(f), and others, can be achieved.
iTernity archiving solutions offer object-oriented data integrity via strong hash values to preserve the integrity of archived data.
With integrated data encryption, the solutions offer an integrated optional AES-256 encryption, enabling additional security for stored data.
When iCAS and iCAS FS are writing redundant archive data, the integrity of the copies is audited automatically by comparing their hash value. If one copy is corrupt, the Self-Healing function automatically copies the valid data and replaces the corrupt files.
HPE & iTernity enable reliable and fast data migrations during regular operation on the storage level. Special copy functionalities allow compliant data migrations by logging the migration process and verifying the copied data.
The combination of HPE storage and iTernity archiving solutions delivers a flexible information management solution offering simplified and agile retention of data across your storage infrastructure.
TTo migrate data off legacy archiving solutions (e.g. proprietary hardware-bound archive silos), advanced services are available for speeding up this time intensive process and therefore be faster than the standard approach.
Broad Partner Ecosystem
Numerous Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) have built proven interfaces for their applications to take advantage of iTernity solutions. Over 120 business applications (ECM, DMS, PACS, Email) have been validated by iTernity. This allows to set up a central archive connecting different data sources.
iTernity solutions are based on open industry standards and x86 hardware, which enable the transition of data to different models or future technology generations over time—avoiding the migration and cost traps of proprietary storage systems.
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