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April 12, 2018

Best Practices Guide for Dell EMC Unity Storage Integration

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Dell EMC Unity is a mid-range storage array and the next generation of the EMC VNX and VNXe series. Available in an All-Flash and Hybrid Flash platform, Dell EMC Unity leverages SSD performance and efficiency for integrated SAN and NAS capabilities.

This Best Practices Guide provides guidance to customers using Veeam Availability Suite with Dell EMC Unity (and VNX / VNXe) storage systems. Focusing on system performance and configuration considerations for storage snapshots to enhance backup, replication and recovery tasks, these practices will help you gain the most from your investment in Dell EMC Unity and Veeam.

About the Author(s)

Michael Cade
Senior Technologist, Product Strategy, Veeam Software
Michael Cade is a Senior Global Technologist for Veeam Software. Based in the U.K., he’s an IT professional with over 16 years of industry experience with a key focus on data center technologies, including virtualization, storage and the data center. Michael’s role at Veeam is to engage those new to availability technologies, as well as those who are experts, speaking at events and sharing the Veeam vision and strategy of the company, while providing feedback from the field into product management to shape the future success of Veeam Software. Michael is very active around the social media sphere, blogging and tweeting relevant technical content. His role at Kasten is to act as a technical thought leader, community champion and project owner to engage with the community to enable influencers and customers to overcome the challenges of cloud-native data management and be successful, speaking at events sharing the technical vision and corporate strategy, while providing ongoing feedback from the field into product management to shape future success. Michael is a leading member of multiple technology organizations, including VMware vExpert, Veeam Vanguards, Cisco Champions and the HashiCorp Ambassadors.phere, blogging and tweeting relevant technical content. Michael lives near Cambridge in the United Kingdom.
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