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Surviving the Multiple Data Protection App Reality - Most organizations have more than one backup application, in fact most have three to four and are finding the number of backup applications they need to protect the organizations assets is increasing. At the same time industry and governmental requirements
Protecting the Multi-Cloud Data Center Without Losing Your Mind - Multi-cloud isn’t a future architecture, it is a reality right now. Organizations have on-premises clouds (virtualized infrastructures) and are hosting applications in multiple cloud providers. The problem is the multi-cloud situation these organizations find themselves in is ad-hoc, not part
Defeating Data Gravity with a Data Pipeline - As organizations move into the cloud era, they have to deal with data gravity. Data gravity means that data has a size to it and it takes time to move data from point A to point B. Data’s gravity is
NAKIVO 8.5 Briefing Note - Protecting VMs in a Multi-Hypervisor World In most organizations, day-to-day applications run in a virtual machine on a hypervisor. VMware tends to be the most common hypervisor in use with Hyper-V quickly gaining ground. However, a new hypervisor from Nutanix,
How to Backup Google Cloud SQL – HYCU Briefing Note - Each of the major cloud providers, Amazon, Google and Azure, provide SQL as a service. While these providers offer data protection, that protection is more for high availability (HA) rather than backup. Most cloud providers leverage replication to protect against
An Alternative to a Keep It All Data Management Strategy – Index Engines Briefing Note - As organizations come to grips with new regulations like the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), their need to develop a more robust data management strategy is obvious. Organizations can no longer keep
Centralizing Availability, Disaster Recovery and Backup for Efficient Business Continuity – Arcserve Briefing Note - The majority of organizations are not fully confident in their ability to recover data and workloads in the event of an outage. This is due in part to legacy practices of using a myriad of point product solutions to address
Using the Cloud to Integrate Backup and Archive – HubStor Briefing Note - For decades the best practice for backup and archive was to keep the processes separate. The storage hardware products that support traditional backups are typically very different from those that support archive. The software products are also very different and
Modernizing Data Management for a SaaS-driven World – Odaseva Briefing Note - Applications such as Salesforce.com are becoming increasingly data-driven, as businesses seek to harvest and analyze as much data as possible to drive customer satisfaction, maximize productivity of employees, and make more informed business decisions. These applications are delivered through a
Software Defining Secondary Storage – Quest QoreStor Briefing Note - Secondary storage systems primarily store backup and archive data. These systems often store ten to twenty times the capacity of primary storage systems. Vendors realize the opportunity and are now flooding into the market. Most of the solutions are turnkey

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