FilePilot Software's solutions enable a broad range of users within an IT organization to meet the data mobility requirements of enterprises by enhancing visibility and improving their ability to understand the structure and composition of unstructured data across the entire storage infrastructure. This insight allows for informed decisions concerning when and how this data is moved and be able to accurately position the data in the appropriate storage tier. Example FilePilot Copy and LogView users include the following individuals:
Moving unstructured data to meet end user and business requires that IT teams responsible for storage have deep visibility into the file systems and content across the entire storage infrastructure including; file system structure, composition of the content and file level metadata.
Designing a reliable storage infrastructure that can accommodate future growth requires that storage architects are able to accurately assess the composition and structure of current file systems. This assessment will guide their design efforts for upgrades or replacement of existing storage to ensure access and security is not compromised and performance is optimized.
Correctly positioning unstructured data within a repository environment is essential to the success of big data initiatives. This requires that data management teams have the ability to quickly locate and move relevant data required by data scientists to support their analytics needs.
Legislative (GBLA, SOX, Basel II, Frank-Dodd) and industry standards (PCI-DSS) require that enterprises and retail organizations have full traceability of data throughout its life-cycle and have increased the data retention periods. This requires that any movement of data is tracked and provides detail of when it was moved and who moved it.
Data Mobility Use Cases
The ability to quickly move data where and when it is required to address unstructured data growth is the basis of Intelligent Data Mobility™. FilePilot Software's solutions bring improved data mobility to additional scenarios that enterprise IT organizations will deal with at different times.