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StorCentric DMS Released

by Michael Rink
StorCentric DMS

Today, StorCentric announced its Data Mobility Suite (DMS) general availability launch. DMS is the first StorCentric branded software solution. StorCentric was founded in August 2018, just two years ago. In the short time the company has existed, they have gobbled up four other storage companies. The same month the company was founded, they announced that they would be acquiring storage companies Drobo and Nexsan. Soon afterward, in June 2019, it bought Retrospect, a data backup vendor. Most recently, in July of last year, StorCentric purchased Vexata. Prior to today, they have focused on the hardware side of storage.

Today, StorCentric announced its Data Mobility Suite (DMS) general availability launch. DMS is the first StorCentric branded software solution. StorCentric was founded in August 2018, just two years ago. In the short time the company has existed, they have gobbled up four other storage companies. The same month the company was founded, they announced that they would be acquiring storage companies Drobo and Nexsan. Soon afterward, in June 2019, it bought Retrospect, a data backup vendor. Most recently, in July of last year, StorCentric purchased Vexata. Prior to today, they have focused on the hardware side of storage.

StorCentric DMS

StorCentric Data Mobility Suite is intended to provide data migration, data replication, and data synchronization across heterogeneous, mixed media storage deployments. StorCentric says that it should work not just in the cloud, but also on local disk and tape storage devices. The company claims that the software is vendor agnostic and specifically notes it supports Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, Backblaze B2, Wasabi, and IBM ICOS. StorCentric says it supports other storage clouds as well, but notably did not say anything about Microsoft Azure either way.

StorCentric DMS protects data in transit to/from the cloud with SSL encryption. In addition to bulk data migration, users can also set up long-standing data pipes between supported storage mediums. When used to pipe data, the software works to limit the amount of data moved at one time, and thus congestion, with continuous incremental updates of pre-filtered information. The software is not limited to just point-to-point pipes and can also synchronize data across multiple storage repositories, including disk, tape, private cloud, and public cloud locations. The company says the software can also be used for disaster recovery and archiving for legal or regulatory compliance. All StorCentric DMS controls are provided through a graphical user interface (i.e. not a command line)

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