EMC used the final general session at the EMC World 2016 conference to preview a forthcoming member of its Isilon storage family.
The 'data lake' concept - storing as much as possible of an organisation's data in one system - seems to be gaining traction. The idea is that it provides economies of scale through consolidation thanks to better utilisation and simpler management, as well as allowing the data to be used for more purposes without duplication.
Storage vendor EMC reckons its latest Isilon systems - "the workhorse for the file environment" - are the world's fastest scale-out NAS units, and the place to locate your organisation's 'data lake'.
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