yLibraries

What is a yLibrary?
The simplest definition of an yLibrary is the place where you store yVolumes. The YMiLibrarian packages data into yVolumes for secured archival, retrieval, and distribution.  The YMiLibrarian guards and manages these yVolumes by checking information into the library, tracking how it circulates and eventually taking it out of active circulation.

All yLibraries are virtual. They can reside anywhere: online, near-line and off-line. It fits into your present and future infrastructure.  yLibraries expand data storage beyond the limitations of 20th century digital storage systems  and ensures that your storage infrastructure is
  • User/IT/management friendly               
  • Cost effective and resource intelligent
  • Governable and compliancy ready
  • Future prepared and history protecte
A yLibrary can be directly connected to iStudio 2.0 provided by Young Minds. Add-on Storage Systems provided by Young Minds include:  An online v-Jukebox , a near-line Green RAID array, or an Offline optical-disc yVault.
 
Why yLibrary?
The yLibrary contains multiple yVolumes that are discrete, managed, cataloged and tracked. The YMiLibrarian always knows where the data is in the library.  yLibraries solve many of the challenges corporations face today :
  • Data Loss  Prevention
  • Regulatory compliance
  • E-Discovery   
  • Data Security
  • Information Lifecycle Management
  • Data distribution 
  • Data identification  
  • Data quality  
  • Master Data Management schemes 

 

Putting it all together

yVolume Technology puts data into discrete standardized packages called yVolumes.
All yVolumes are created, secured, managed, and tracked by the YMiLibrarian.
create a yLibrary which is managed by the YMiLibrarian.
yLibrary is virtual and can reside anywhere: online, near-line, off-line on existing infrastructure and even on a cloud.
The YMiLibrarian is the heart of the iStudio which adds customized storage and distribution options

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