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GAIN DATA INTELLIGENCE THROUGH ANALYTICS TOOLS AND CUSTOM GRAPHICAL REPORTS FOR ENSURED EFFICIENCY AND COMPLIANCE
Too many organizations are spending more and more money on storage space they think is necessary. But what if you could analyze and see the useless, orphaned and duplicate files that are taking up these volumes of space? What if you could also know who has access to those files, when they were last used and if they should be archived?
The first step in successful data management is analysis. By utilizing in depth reports on your data surrounding accessibility, growth, and compliance, you can make decisions about deleting or archiving files, addressing potential security threats, load balancing data, and much more to gain effective compliance management. These reports allow you to plan for future growth and save money on unnecessary additional storage space.
Galileo: A critical component of a File Analysis strategy
Quickly filter reports for the information you need, to make data intelligence easier.
In a standard Filename Extention Report, for example, data is grouped alphabetically by filename extensions. Galileo can filter a Detail Report, to include only the files with the extension types you want. The Detail Report can be generated before creating a standard report by specifying it in the report definition, or afterwards by clicking one of the specific listings.
Custom Query Reports
Galileo provides an extensive list of built-in report types, but in some instances you might need specific information that is not provided by any of the built-in reports. That's when Custom Query Reports let you specify the exact information you need in a report, using SQL commands.
Using the same file system scans as built-in reports, Custom Query Reports just limit the reported content to the conditions on the SQL commands. The Report Designer can be used after the report is generated, to design the Custom Query Report.
Varied Report Types
Galileo lets you generate File System Reports, Permissions Reports, Trending Reports and Custom Query Reports, to provide the exact information you need. Report on things like folder summaries, file extensions, duplicate files, owner, storage cost and more.
These reports can be viewed in Preview or Stored mode and saved in PDF, Microsoft Excel, RTF, HTML, TXT and CSV formats.
Determine the growth rate on a volume or share, calculate when you will be near capacity, and use the information to budget for more storage long before you need it.
By scheduling regular Volume Free Space scans on specific volumes and shares, Galileo can use that data to graph the pattern of free space on the volume or share.
Storage Cost Determination
The purchase of a primary storage device can be an expensive storage network investment. The purchase cost is obvious, but how much does it cost to use?
With Galileo, you can set a monetary cost per megabyte of disk storage on a device and then, based on the disk space use by a user, group, or department, determine what each is costing the organization. This could be a great tool for identifying specific departments who have exceeded storage allocations, and get their usage back in check.
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Galileo requires a production license file or evaluation license file that you can obtain at condrey.co/galileo/download. Galileo is licensed according to the number of users.
What are the differences in features and capabilities between an evaluation license and a production license?
Other than a 30-day lifespan, the Galileo evaluation license has no restrictions to product features and capabilities.
Yes. Galileo can report on the target paths that make up a Senergy policy.
Galileo can report on the contents of network attached storage (NAS) devices in Active Directory networks. Because NAS devices are appliances—and thus are incapable of hosting a Galileo Agent—Galileo uses an agent running on another server to collect scan information from the NAS device. In this type of scenario, the Galileo Agent is serving as a proxy agent.
With the release of Galileo 2.5, Condrey Corporation is providing a “Technology Preview” of analytic tools that are still in development. While some features and capabilities will be introduced at a later time, many of these features and capabilities are available today.