The Orca Virtual Appliance is the best email archiving solution for companies looking to take advantage of their virtual infrastructure
Eagan, MN (PRWEB) August 07, 2012
Intradyn, archiving and eDiscovery experts, today announced the virtual version of its leading email archiving products: the ORCA Virtual Appliance, which provides virtual appliances for email archiving to government entities, large enterprises, educational facilities, and service providers..
Virtual excellence has now become more prominent than ever with the advent of Cloud Computing and will continue to grow, eventually becoming an industry norm. The high level of performance that is achieved with minimal resources makes it an extremely efficient and robust market practice.
The Orca Virtual Appliance ships with Archive Operating System (AOS) v5.1.6 software, which offers a robust email archiving solution on VMware. A single virtual appliance unit can support up to 8 Terabytes of storage. Other features include: compliance, service provider support; high-performance searching, data aging, and header-only archiving for EU-based customers.
“The Orca Virtual Appliance is the best email archiving solution for companies looking to take advantage of their virtual infrastructure.” said Azam Qureshi, President and CTO of Intradyn. “It’s easy to install and requires minimal support and it separates duties between use and infrastructure. We look forward to further supporting enterprises in the service provision and government markets, among others.”
Intradyn has had the lowest TCO for their email archiving appliances in the marketplace since creating its first product in 2004. The Orca Virtual Appliance provides twice the product of its competitors, while simultaneously boasting the industry’s best storage-to-price-performance ratio in the virtualization marketplace.
How it Works
The Orca Virtual Appliance uses open standards (IMAP / POP / SMTP) to archive email from all popular email-server products, including: Microsoft Exchange, IBM Domino, Novell GroupWise and other open-source MTAs and mail stores.
Working transparently in the background, the Orca Virtual Appliance does not interrupt the mail flow, and therefore never slows or interferes with the delivery of mail. Its open, standards-based architecture allows the Orca Virtual Appliance family of products to interface with any standards-based mail server.
More information about the Orca Virtual Appliance can be found on Intradyn website
“Finally, there is a true email archiving product that supports the high-demand and in-house data requirements of customers that have invested in a virtualization platform, and does so transparently, without the need for additional IT headcount. In addition, the architecture of the Orca Virtual Appliance supports service providers who build their own cloud based solution for their clients with the lowest TCO in the industry” said Adnan Olia, Chief Operating Officer of Intradyn.
Intradyn™, a privately held company, was founded in 2001 and created its first product in 2003. Intradyn™ had a vision of creating a next-generation disk-based network backup and archiving appliance that could solve three common problems: no assurance of successful backup, unacceptably slow retrieval, and restore failure. In early 2004, Intradyn™ introduced a first-of-its-kind email archiving appliance for small to midsized organizations?
Today, Intradyn™ is a recognized leader in e-Discovery and archiving markets, producing leading edge products for organizations of all sizes. In addition, Intradyn™ licenses its technology to leading technology companies in their vertical markets who wish to private label. Intradyn email archiving appliances has deployment in the Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific Rim. Additional information is available from the company's web site, http://www.intradyn.com, or by calling 651.203.4600.