HOPKINTON, Mass. – Mar. 17, 2010
EMC Corporation (NYSE: EMC), the world leader in information infrastructure solutions, today announces an advanced range of choices for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 environments including business continuity/disaster recovery solutions, networked storage technologies, as well as consulting services. To help customers extend the value of their investment in Microsoft Exchange Server, EMC continues its deep engineering work with Microsoft Corp. by utilizing available APIs in Exchange Server 2010 to provide cost efficiencies and achieve service levels at the information infrastructure level.
With Exchange Server 2010 playing an increasingly important role in a business’s ability to achieve its mission, EMC is the first to take advantage of the available Exchange Server 2010 Replication API to expand its industry-leading business continuity/disaster solutions and provide new choices for Synchronous requirements and extend its leadership in Microsoft-aligned programs. Today customers can confidently choose the right EMC solution tailored to the size of their Exchange Server environment and service level requirements including zero data loss and minimal recovery time options. These new offerings are:
- EMC Replication Enabler for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 – A software utility that integrates synchronous replication into the Exchange Server 2010 high-availability architecture. It supports EMC RecoverPoint Continuous Replication and EMC MirrorView Remote Synch replication.
- EMC AutoStart – Provides heterogeneous application infrastructure monitoring and automated restart for Exchange Server 2010 and other environments on platforms including EMC Symmetrix and EMC CLARiiON, particularly those with geographically dispersed data centers. AutoStart continuously gauges replication status and maintains availability in the event of network, server, or application failures, offering both local and remote failover.
- EMC Replication Manager – Creates, mounts, and restores “application consistent” point-in-time replicas of databases residing on EMC storage arrays. Replication Manager now includes support for Exchange 2010 in standalone and native DAG environments.