a. a style of playing in which no perceptible gaps are left between notes
b. (as modifier): a legato passage
(Legato Systems, Inc., Mountain View, CA, www.legato.com) A leading provider of storage management and high-availability software founded in 1988 and acquired by EMC Corporation in 2003. Legato software, including Celestra data management (data mining, data migration, etc.), NetWorker backup and recovery, GEMS reporting and Cluster, were integrated into EMC's product line. See EMC.
Membership in the Celestra Consortium supports our strategy of addressing storage management problems through the incorporation of intelligence in the SAN," said Dick Watts, president and CEO of ConvergeNet.
Legato's Celestra is an open, distributed architecture that optimizes data movement efficiency in SAN environments.
Intelliguard's Celestra program, which Legato claims is the SAN engine, includes a copy command which moves data in a disk and power agent which must be integrated in switches, hubs and other network devices to direct the data mover.