Posts Tagged ‘ Replication Receiver Cloud ’

The Face of the New Backup

June 18, 2014
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VirtualizationBackup

Backup, disaster recovery, and business continuity have changed quite a bit over the years, and they will continue to change into the future as more capability, analytics, and functionality are added to the general family of data protection tools. As we launch ourselves into the clouds, we need to perhaps rethink how we do data…

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Extending the Cloud Outside of the Data Center

April 29, 2014
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CloudComputing

VMware has been aggressively building and executing its hybrid cloud vision, extending the cloud outside of the data center. In line with this vision, VMware recently announced an expansion of its VMware vCloud Hybrid Service by adding disaster recovery as one of its offered services. This expansion will put VMware in direct competition with companies…

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Data Protection for the Hybrid Cloud

July 11, 2013
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Data Protection for the Hybrid Cloud

In many cases, when we mention Data Protection for the Hybrid Cloud, we are usually talking about backing up to the cloud. The cloud becomes a repository of our backup images and in some cases those backup images can be launched within clouds that use the same technology. Being able to send data to the…

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Public Cloud Reality is Much Different than the Hype

February 14, 2013
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CloudComputing

The public cloud reality is much different than the hype. You only get from the public cloud what you bring to it. You need to bring your own security, performance monitoring, knowledge, and expertise.

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Move to the Cloud: Wait Out the Storm

October 30, 2012
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VirtualizationBackup

Move to the Cloud could be the simple choice of providing as needed DR capability, but always remember the cloud is not the data owner and therefore not responsible for your data, so you must get it "There and Back Again"

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New Breed of Replication Receiver Clouds

September 28, 2012
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VirtualizationBackup

There is an ever increasing number of data protection providers creating replication receiver clouds as they team up with cloud service providers. This could herald the end of on premise tape use for some enterprises, leaving tape to be used primarily by cloud providers. There are major benefits for Quantum, Zerto, Veeam, and others to…

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Enter the FrankenCloud: Or Do we really care about the Hypervisor?

June 28, 2012
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CloudComputing

There has been quite a lot of twitter traffic about the FrankenCloud recently: A cloud with more than one type of hypervisor underneath it. One example, is to build a cloud using Hyper-V three and vSphere, both managed through Microsoft System Center. Another example, is to build a cloud using Hyper-V, KVM, and vSphere all…

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Tenant and Multi-Tenant Security: It’s All About Scope

April 11, 2012
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CloudComputing

While at InfoSec World 2012's summit on Cloud and Virtualization Security, the first talk was on Securing your data. The second was on penetration testing to ensure that data was secure. In essence it has always been about the data but there is a huge difference between what a tenant can do and what the…

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Future Proofing Data Protection: Approaching Fast!

March 23, 2012
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VirtualizationBackup

Quantum recently announced a 'Flexible path to Next Generation Backup and Disaster Recovery', which dovetails nicely with my thoughts on future proofing data protection. Quantum has created, with the help of Xerox, a way to have multi-tenant data protection at the level of the tenant and not just the cloud provider.

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