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Vol. 3 No. 8 October 2004

First Look: Storability's GSM 4.0

New GSM Delves Deeper into Storage @exb At a Glance: Storability's GSM 4.0 What it is: SRM software. What it does: Provides information about, and management of, storage resources in large enterprises. Upside: Continued enhancements to already strong reporting capabilities. Downside: When running, agents slightly degrade server performance. New features: Exposure analysis reports tell which servers and storage are not backed up; change management report tracks changes within storage environment. Cost: Based on number of managed devices; deployment costs range between $100,000 to $400,000. Available: Late October. @exe Seeking to help large organizations better understand and manage their storage resources, Storability Software Inc., Southborough, MA, is adding new business analytics, administration and storage management and backup capabilities to its Global Storage Management (GSM) product. Among the major enhancements in version 4.0--due to ship at the end of this month--are the ability to identify storage resources by ...

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