Private Cloud Archiving Solutions for Mainframes

CloudTAPE HCP pairs Luminex’s advanced virtual tape technology with Hitachi Vantara’s industry-leading storage to provide private cloud storage capabilities for mainframe data. This simple solution leverages native mainframe FICON channels to move mainframe data quickly and securely, giving you instant access worldwide.

Why Store Third Copy and Archive Data in the Cloud?

Cloud storage is ideal for third copy and archive data that falls into the category of “write once, read seldom.” Although it is infrequently accessed, government and compliance policies such as HIPPA, SEC, and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) require highly secure, long-term retention of data, along with the need for an ever-increasing storage capacity. CloudTAPE HCP gives you a cost-effective storage option with on-demand flexibility to accommodate your growing data storage requirements.

chart showing private CloudTape HCP between primary and recovery sites

Integrating third copy/archive of mainframe data into the enterprise’s Private Cloud.

CloudTAPE HCP Offers More Value While Helping to Reduce Workloads

With features such as Luminex RepMon and optional WORM support, the ability to monitor, manage and protect your long-term data has never been easier. Not only does HCP include private cloud storage to keep an organization’s data secure, multi-tenancy features also allow you to dedicate separate storage pools to each department for further protection and control.
When the solution is provided as a fully managed service for the entire enterprise, the workload and costs of updates and technology refreshes are significantly reduced. Furthermore, the extensive physical process of moving data to an off-site data center is eliminated.

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