Watch On Demand What’s Your Biggest Backup Hardware Challenge? - The euphoria over disk backup appliances seams to be fading. It used to be that IT professionals were so happy to replace or augment tape that they didn’t look very deep into what the disk appliance was actually doing for
Faster Backup to the Cloud Faster Backup to the Cloud - When using a cloud backup as a server (BaaS) or disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) the perception is that backup performance is about the same between solutions since they all count on the Internet for transfer and they all
Click To Register The Efficiency Challenges facing Deduplication Appliances - Disk is the initial and in many cases the only backup storage device most data centers use today. Once that backup is completed the data is then replicated to another disk backup appliance or to the cloud. The success of
Sport and competition metaphor Object Storage vs Tape and Object - An object storage system is a perfect place to keep data that needs storage for a long time. It also works in concert with a tape system if a customer wishes to do so. Why and how you might do
yellow-sign-stating-challenges-ahead-b Overcoming All-Flash Array Post Implementation Problems - Storage Switzerland suggested a few years ago that IT professionals look for ways to get as much as 10 years out of their flash arrays. The problem was, as we cited at that time, most storage hardware manufacturers counted on
Watch On Demand The Cloud just got cheaper – again - A few weeks ago we did a webinar about whether it makes sense to use the cloud to store backups. Every time somebody at Storage Switzerland says something positive about storing things in the cloud, we can always count on
awsreinvent Amazon re:Invent: Cohesity Briefing – Modernizing Secondary Storage - While the industry places a lot of attention on all-flash arrays, for the most part these systems only service a small portion of data center capacity – the most active data. Secondary storage stores, or at least should store, the
Watch On Demand Should Backups and DR be separate Systems? - Backup and DR can be separate systems, but do not have to be. Modern advances in backup and DR technology make it possible to have a single integrated system to satisfy the needs of both, and I can think of
Man fingers setting cost button on minimum position. Concept image for illustration of cost management. Open Software Defined Storage needs Data Reduction - Software defined storage (SDS) promises to abstract storage services from storage hardware, freeing organizations from the “lock” of having to use specific storage hardware. But the price for this “freedom” is imprisonment to a single storage software vendor. While certainly
Cyber brain,artificial intelligence A Secondary Storage Game Changer? – Commvault Go 2016 - A data protection solution has many parts. First, obviously, there is the data protection software that moves data from production storage to secondary storage. The software, of course, gets a lot of attention. It has to protect all of an

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