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Fifteen Minute Friday: Designing Cloud Storage for the Data Center, the Edge, and the Cloud

When most vendors talk about solving an organization’s storage problems, they typically are talking about solving their challenges in one of three categories: the data center, the edge or the cloud. The reality is that even within these three categories,

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Does NVMe Flash Have to Be End-to-End

One of the advantages of the NVMe Flash standard is that it is networkable. NVMe over Fabrics (NVMf) brings direct attach storage like latency to shared storage systems. NVMf eliminates the need for modern applications like Hadoop and others to

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Embracing Cloud Storage Services for Data Durability and Availability

Legacy storage architectures are notoriously expensive and complex. Factor in the blazing pace at which data growth is accelerating, alongside rising pressure from the business for ubiquitous and always-on data availability, and a new nightmare is brewing for IT –

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Disaster Recovery with Cloud as Primary Storage

The first blog in this series discussed initially using a Cloud as Primary Storage solution for data protection and then in the second blog in the series, transitioning to using the Cloud as Primary Storage to store production data. In

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eBook: Developing a Holistic Storage Security Strategy

The target of most cyber-attacks, like ransomware, is eventually the primary storage system that stores the organization’s most valuable data. If an attacker compromises the organization’s data, they either attempt to restore the data from backups or pay a ransom

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Understanding the AWS Data Protection Market – Cloud Daddy Briefing Note

Organizations should keep a backup of applications running on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Unlike on-premises applications where the primary concern is disaster recovery, the primary motivation for protecting cloud-native applications is recovery from cyber-attacks, rogue users or application faults. Each

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How to Go All-In with the Cloud as Primary Storage

In our on demand webinar, “Eliminate Backups and Simplify DR with Hybrid Cloud Storage“, we discuss how IT can use the cloud as primary storage to improve their data protection process while dramatically reducing their investments in secondary storage. Since

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Understanding the ROI of Cloud as Primary Storage

As we discussed in our recent webinar, “Eliminate Backups and Simplify DR with Hybrid Cloud Storage,” IT planners can start small, sending backups to the “Cloud as Primary Storage” solution but where the ROI gets powerful is when the organization

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The Evolution of Ransomware – Is Backup Safe?

When ransomware first appeared in data centers, it had a simple attack pattern. Once it landed inside the data center, the malware tried to encrypt every file as fast as possible. If IT didn’t have good backups, the organization was

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Making Primary Storage Fulfill the 3-2-1 Rule

The 3-2-1 rule states that an organization should have three copies of data on two different types of media, with IT storing one copy off-site and preferably offline. Traditionally, organizations count on the backup process to meet the 3-2-1 rule’s

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