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Software-Defined Cloud NAS/SAN for AWS EBS

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SoftNAS Cloud® Enterprise and SoftNAS Cloud® Essentials for AWS extend the native storage capabilities of AWS and feature the POSIX-compliant and required storage access protocols needed to create a virtual cloud NAS, without having to re-engineer existing customer applications. SoftNAS Cloud products allow customers to migrate existing applications and data to AWS with NFS, CIFS/SMB, […]

Veeam Video: Health Care Organizations Rely on Veeam for their Always-On Strategy

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Veeam addresses some of the data challenges health care organizations face today including: downtime, data management across hybrid environments, complying with stringent regulations around data protection, and disaster recovery. Check solutions: http://vee.am/health-care This video is from the fine folks at Veeam.

Best Way to Back up VMware Virtual Machines

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VMware has long been an industry leader in providing enterprise-level virtualization solutions, such as VMware vSphere – a powerful platform with many key features and functionality, which empowers organizations to be agile and scalable with their SDDC strategies. When developing your data protection plan and seeking to find the best way to back up VMware […]

Cohesity’s Space Efficient Target and Source-Side Dedupe Integration for Oracle RMAN

As of lately, I’ve been interfacing with a lot of enterprise customers who are looking for practical ways to overcome the challenges they are currently facing with data protection and recovery strategies of their large and growing Oracle database infrastructures.Oracle application owners and database admins face tough challenges when it comes to protecting a large […]

How to Avoid VMware vSAN Compatibility Issues

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Recently, a customer contacted us with the very curious case. The SureBackup job was failing with the generic error message during snapshot creation phase: “The specified feature is not supported by this version.” There were several VMs included in the SureBackup job, but only one specific VM failed. Moreover, the source backup job itself worked […]

Microsoft Azure SQL Databases Disaster Recovery 101

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Why should I care? As a PaaS service, Azure SQL provides automated backup for all databases. It allows customers to recover their data from system or human errors and restores the databases to any point in time during the retention. But it won’t guarantee that your data will be always available, in some extreme cases. […]

Veeam Extends Availability to IBM AIX and Oracle Solaris to Address Data Protection Requirements of its Enterprise Customers

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Enterprise customers can now replace their legacy backup solution with Veeam Availability Platfom – a single comprehensive data protection and Availability solution to protect mission-critical applications, systems and data that exist in enterprise environments Veeam partners with Cristie Software to expand its industry-leading Availability Platform for virtual, cloud and physical environments to now include UNIX […]

Microsoft: Measuring Latency and Throughput Between Azure Regions

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If you want to implement disaster recovery, latency and throughput between your primary and secondary location are key factors. These determine how quickly and how much data you can transport to the secondary location, and hence how much data will be lost in case of failure of the primary location. More formally, the latency and […]

Microsoft SQL Server 2017 Read-Scale Availability Groups

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SQL Server 2017 was recently launched, having multiple new features. One of these included something called “Read-Scale Availability Groups”. There was a good bit of discussion about this feature and one of the feedback items was that the details in Docs was very light. I hope to rectify the minimal amount of information through this […]

Streamline Enterprise Oracle Databases Protection and Recovery with Cohesity and Oracle RMAN

In today’s era of digital transformation and the uprising of IoT, enterprise organizations are faced with some significant challenges around the management of business-critical data concerning data protection, access, data retention, data recovery, and mobility. In reality, enterprise organizations can’t expect traditional data management solutions to have the capabilities to accommodate the data growth and […]

New Veeam Availability Console for SPs release

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Last year we announced Veeam Managed Backup Portal, exclusive to the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. This Azure-based solution was well received among Veeam’s managed service provider (MSP) and value-added reseller (VAR) communities. This enabled the delivery of remote monitoring and management to their customers’ Veeam Backup & Replication environments. Veeam Managed Backup Portal came with zero […]

Citrix: 2018 Predictions in the Content Collaboration Platforms Market

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Progressive leaders in organizations around the world depend on secure access to content for every part of their daily business operations. They are looking for new ways to modernize their way of working by leveraging proven technology to drive successful business outcomes. ShareFile is a leader in the content collaboration space, focusing on security, flexibility […]

How you can benefit from Veeam and Pure Storage integration

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For many IT decision makers, flash is strictly for critical business applications. So, it would seem a no-brainer for many organizations to consider flash for backup and recovery workloads. Perhaps it’s time to think differently. What if there was a more modular way to deploy flash that would enable organizations to reap the same operational […]

The 3-2-1 Backup Rule – Data Protection Strategy

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Backups ensure that your critical data will survive any of the likely hazards. Too many individuals and companies have suffered from having their hardware lost or stolen, destroyed by fires or natural disasters, infected with malware or corrupted by targeted hacker attacks. Common sense dictates that all hard drives will eventually fail; the question is […]

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