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lity. These improvements include integration with EMC ViPR software to extend the benefits of Isilon scale-out NAS to object storage, as well as Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) 2.0 integration that supports multiple analytics providers, including PivotalHD. Additionally in 2013, the company executed on-premise Isilon integration with Syncplicity online file sharing, which allows Isilon access through the Syncplicity mobile app. EMC Atmos storage systems offer a scale-out object platform for globally distributed unstructured content. The ability to store, archive, and access such content at scale is a major capability for private, public, and hybrid cloud infrastructures. The company has a portfolio of data protection solutions that span the backup, archive, and availability categories. These include EMC Avamar and EMC NetWorker backup software; EMC Data Domain deduplication storage systems; EMC RecoverPoint and VPLEX continuous availability solutions; EMC Disk Library for mainframe products; EMC SourceOne archive software; and Mozy cloud backup and access. During 2013, the company expanded the level of integration between its data protection hardware and software products, as well as with enterprise applications from Oracle, SAP, and Microsoft Corporation (Microsoft), as well as virtual infrastructure from VMware and Microsoft. In 2013, the company launched the ViPR Software-Defined Storage platform, which is a major area of opportunity across its federated businesses. EMC ViPR software consists of two components, such as the ViPR Controller and ViPR Data Services. The ViPR Controller reduces complexity in storage environments by abstracting and standardizing the provisioning and management of both EMC and non-EMC arrays. As a result, the storage infrastructure could be automated and accessed through a self-service portal - enabling IT departments to offer a public cloud-like experience for application owners. ViPR Data Services provides new storage functionality on top of existing EMC arrays, non-EMC arrays, and commodity storage. ViPR HDFS, used in conjunction with Pivotal, enables customers to build next-generation data ‘lakes’ that provide a platform for enterprises to use all available data in decision-making. EMC Global Services The company provides a mix of services capabilities to assist customers with every phase of their journey - from developing a strategy to designing, deploying, operating, and supporting their IT environment, as well as providing their workforce with the necessary skills, knowledge, and certifications. Global Services improves its services portfolio and skills in support of the company’s strategies of cloud, Big Data and trust and to stay ahead of evolving market and customer demands. In 2013, the company made two additions to its portfolio, such as EMC Continuous Availability Advisory Services (CAAS) and Hybrid Cloud Automation Services. CAAS is an assessment, cost/benefit analysis and roadmap development offering to help organizations reduce server count by combining existing production, high availability and disaster recovery compute platforms into a single virtual storage solution. This services methodology that is based on the company’s VPLEX virtual storage enables an always-on-and-available IT infrastructure with reduced capital and operational expenditures. Hybrid cloud automation services utilize new automation and orchestration technologies from VMware - vCloud Suite and IT Business Management Suite - to help customers build a hybrid cloud to increase agility in the software defined data center (SDDC). In 2013, the company launched new courses to give business leaders the knowledge and tools needed to implement cloud or Big Data analytics strategies within their organizations, such as cloud and IT as a service for business transformation, and data science and big data analytics for business transformation. With these additions to the EMC Education Services portfolio, the company offers a cloud and data science curriculum for every level of the organization. Also in 2013, the EMC Academic Alliance provides universities worldwide with technology curricula to

 

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