Orchestrated Backup IN the Cloud Arrives with HYCU for GCP

Companies are either moving or have moved to the cloud with backup TO the cloud being one of the primary ways they plan to get their data and applications into the cloud. But orchestrating the backup of their applications and data once they reside IN t…

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The End Game for Cloud Data Protection Appliances is Recovery

The phrase “Cloud Data Protection Appliance” is included in the name of DCIG’s forthcoming Buyer’s Guide but the end game of each appliance covered in that Guide is squarely on recovery. While successful recoveries have theoretically always been the ob…

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The Transformation of Backup to Cloud Data Protection is Now Complete

Backup products have always sought to differentiate themselves by offering specific features that met different organizational needs. But at the end of the day, backup products primarily had to account for protecting the data that organizations had wit…

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The Transformation of Backup to Cloud Data Protection is Now Complete

Backup products have always sought to differentiate themselves by offering specific features that met different organizational needs. But at the end of the day, backup products primarily had to account for protecting the data that organizations had wit…

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Comtrade Software HYCU Serves as a Bellwether for Accelerated Adoption of Hyperconverged Platforms

In today’s business world where new technologies constantly come to market, there are signs that indicate when certain ones are gaining broader market adoption and ready to go mainstream. Such an event occurred this month when a backup solution purpose built for Nutanix was announced by Comtrade Software.

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Stop the Data Avalanche from Burying Your Backup

Data is growing at a dramatic rate and so is the requirement to protect and retrieve it across multiple environments. Current backup solutions are failing IT in keeping up with the demanding RPO/RTO (Recovery Point & Recovery Time Objectives) within diminishing backup windows and require forklift upgrades as they reach capacity.

Is it possible to reduce the pain and cost of backing up this avalanche of data? Join Sean Derrington, Senior Director of Products at Exablox as he discusses new strategies and technologies to store, backup and retrieve this critical data – while eliminating inefficiencies, bottlenecks and failures associated with legacy backup solutions.

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