Asigra Unveils Storage I/O and Data Validation Tool

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Toronto — Nov. 19
Asigra Inc., a provider of agentless information recovery management, announced its Storage I/O and Data Validation Tool. The new utility helps Asigra storage partners, managed service providers, value-added resellers and users ensure that optimally-tuned and architected storage servers are implemented as part of their disk-based data protection infrastructure to maximize investment return.

Finding the performance-limiting “weakest link in the chain” has always been a challenge for those building an infrastructure that ensures scalable backup and recovery performance, Asigra said.

The Asigra Storage I/O and Data Validation Tool is designed to provide analysis to identify which storage systems under consideration for deployment or already deployed are optimized to work most effectively with Asigra Televaulting and any other I/O intensive general computing application to support positive ROI, the company said. The tool can simulate loads from hundreds or thousands of remote sites, target servers/workstations or PCs and multiple types of simultaneous activities like backup and restores.

The Storage I/O and Data Validation Tool is designed to identify the issues and allows for tuning that maps to specific backup and recovery performance requirements.

“Our partner ecosystem is critical to Asigra’s success; and we support our network with industry-leading technology, thought leadership and services which now includes this innovative performance optimization tool,” said Eran Farajun, executive vice president for Asigra. “Asigra will continue to bring such innovations to provide our partners with a strong competitive advantage. The Storage I/O and Data Validation Tool is the first in a series of new tools we are bringing to the channel, allowing us to more closely align with our partners in meeting customer SLA [service level agreement] requirements.”

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