Designed for high-performance applications and data-intensive workflows, the NetApp E-Series platform has been enhanced, the company has announced. The new features, in the latest update to the NetApp SANtricity storage management software for E-Series, include the addition of SSD cache for improved performance, a broadening of network interface support for E5400 storage system for increased connectivity and network flexibility, and new mirroring and replication services for greater data protection.
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