File based tiering to the cloud
Download and explore the benefits of moving your VNX files to the cloud. This free trial software version of EMC Cloud Tiering Appliance (CTA) allows you to set up policies and have your VNX file based data automatically moved to your hybrid cloud (based on EMC Atmos, EMC Elastic Cloud Storage, Amazon s3 or Microsoft Azure). See how you can benefit from moving less active data to the cloud, freeing up storage resources and improving overall system performance. Feel free to access the VNX community or EMC Cloud Tiering Appliance Community and see how others are benefiting. If you want to purchase VNX or CTA, contact your Sales Associate.
Cloud Tiering Appliance/VE
EMC Cloud Tiering Appliance (CTA) is a full functioning version of CTA with an enforced a 5000 archive file limitation.
System hardware and software requirements
- The CTA/VE trial version installs on VMware ESXi 5.0, 5.1 & 5.5.server with the following:
- 1 Virtual CPUs (vCPU)
- 1 GB memory
- 20 GB disk
Reporting Security Vulnerabilities
If you identify a security vulnerability in an EMC product, please report the problem immediately. Timely identification of security vulnerabilities is critical to eliminating potential threats.
Customers, partners, and other entitled users of an EMC product should contact EMC Technical Support to report security issues discovered in EMC products. The EMC Technical Support team in collaboration with the appropriate product team and the EMC Product Security Response Team will work together on addressing the issue.
Security researchers, industry groups, vendors, and other users that do not have access to EMC Technical Support can send vulnerability reports via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please encrypt your message using the EMC’s PGP key. Please see http://www.emc.com/products/security/product-security-response-center.htm for more details.
You must agree to the terms and conditions.
Please Note: Due to some large file sizes, it is advised that you save the file to disk when prompted.