Software Defined Unified Storage

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UnityVSA runs the same Unity Operating Environment as the Unity storage platforms and supports up to 4 TB of capacity in a VMware ESXi environment. Interested in setting up VM-aware storage in less than 5 minutes and managing storage 8x faster1? Download Now.

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The download package contains the UnityVSA Operating Environment OVA installation file.

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License requirements: While there are no further licensing or registration requirements to run UnityVSA for non-production use, if you are ready to purchase UnityVSA, contact your Sales Associate, EMC Authorized Reseller, or visit UnityVSA in the EMC Store.

File Type: *.ova
File Size: 2.28 Gb
Release Date: 1/13/17
Version: 4.1.0

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1Based on Dell internal analysis, September 2016, compared to a 24-hour polling interval with ESRS set to a 3 hour polling interval.