The Maestro Intelligent Archive Manager enables customers to build large-scale file archives based on industry-standard storage systems. Single-instance file storage avoids storing duplicate files, thus significantly decreasing the footprint of the archive Maestro Intelligent Archive Manager is based on Attune’s leading file virtualization technology, allowing storage administrators, legal and compliance teams to view the archive via different views, such as by server, date or file owner.
“The Maestro Intelligent Archive Manager will be a great solution for customers, allowing them to easily take advantage of file-based virtualization in existing Windows environments,” said Kevin Haynes, Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and former technology security manager at City of Jacksonville. “There is no additional load on the network. Searches are performed on the Maestro archive, so there is no need to access back-end storage, avoiding an extra load on the production storage or network. Users and network administrators will be able to access virtual folders containing archives, and the provided calendar or server views will help users easily locate what they need, with complete integration with the native Windows security model.”