June 28, 2016. Business Data Centre Author: Louise Lenton-Bradley

Explore EMC Unity - Could you be missing out on your biggest opportunities?

The entertainment capital of the world welcomed the return of EMC World for 2016 at the famous Las Vegas Venetian Hotel, as it opened its doors to over 17,000 guests all eager to hear the latest updates from EMC! 

Following this year’s announcements at EMC World, EMC partners everywhere are asking ‘What are the biggest opportunities that we should be capitalising on today?’ In this blog Arrow explores the key use cases for EMC’s new portfolio of Unity solutions helping EMC partners to address their customers data centre challenges with affordable, flexible and simple flash-optimised storage. 

EMC Unity is a modern storage solution designed for flash with extensive hardware and software additions. Sitting along the popular VNX and VNXe means the recently introduced EMC’s new Unity family of storage solutions has a lot to live up to! Luckily, many would argue that EMC Unity certainly does live up to the hype by offering an affordable and flexible solution to meet today’s data demands. 

EMC Unity

Unity boasts a unified storage solution and simplified install, as well as a management platform that extends into the public cloud with CloudIQ, keeping up with your customers’ changing requirements. Essentially, Unity has it all! So, for an all singing, all dancing storage solution that keeps up with business demands and customer expectations, why choose anything other than EMC Unity? Especially when the Unity portfolio offers both hybrid and all-flash configurations, what more could you ask for? 

So that leaves just one simple job for EMC partners… deciding between Hybrid or All-Flash technologies. Good news for you, Arrow is here to help and with a good understanding of your customers’ needs you’ve not got far to go! So all-flash arrays make sense for databases, VDI, virtual servers and analytics where speed is everything, but hybrid arrays provide a cost-effective option for variable workloads and general purpose applications where the ultimate performance of flash isn’t always needed. 

Hmmm… decisions, decisions…

Once your mind is made up we’d love to hear your thoughts around EMC Unity and how it has enabled your customers to meet business demands. Please leave your comments below and share your #EMCWorld experience and Unity case studies with like-minded professionals in your industry.

Are you ready to embrace EMC Unity? 

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