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Data Core's stuff is "Citrix Ready"!

igorous testing verified that both implementations will support XenServer 4.1 virtual machines with virtual storage and advanced storage services critical to demanding virtual server environments, such as fail-safe data protection, high availability mirroring, disaster recovery replication, SANmotion data migration, thin provisioning storage pools and high speed caching for performance acceleration.

The momentum continues to build for DataCore virtual SAN solutions delivered in combination with Citrix XenServer environments. Recent customers include Citrix, Sherron Associates, Inc., Digital Control, Integra Pacific Mortgage, Weishardt Group, Haberdashers' Aske's School for Girls, DocuLegal and Douglas County.

“Now more than ever, storage virtualisation is being adopted hand-in-hand with server, desktop and application delivery virtualisation,” said George Teixeira, president and CEO DataCore Software. “Our storage virtualisation software, which can be implemented as a virtual appliance or running on any standard physical software, creates a ‘storage usability layer,’ giving your storage the consolidation flexibility, simplicity, and utilisation benefits of virtualisation and the advantage of performing all your important storage services across all your physical storage as a single pool, instead of having to fuss with these devices individually.”

The Citrix Ready program recognises Citrix partner products that have been validated by Citrix and/or partners to work in Citrix environments, making it simpler for customers to identify solutions that can be used with confidence in Citrix environments.


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