Posts Tagged ‘ Veeam ’

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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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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Future Proofing Data Protection

March 12, 2012
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VirtualizationBackup

During a briefing of Quest's new data protection announcements I started to think about the future of data protection. Quest recently announced that NetVault will now work with Exagrid devices and that there is now a Capacity Edition targeting SMBs and SMEs. These changes add some more capabilities to an existing product suite. While, these…

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Application Aware Virtualization Backup

February 24, 2012
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VirtualizationBackup

While participating in the GestaltIT Virtualization Field Day #2, I was asking Symantec about Application Aware Backups. In other words, could one backup an entire application, regardless of how the application was defined. This concept goes hand in hand with Application Aware Security measures. We can always backup VMs and their data to remote locations,…

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Data Protection In the Cloud

January 23, 2012
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One of the questions I get from time to time is, can I store my data in the cloud? At the NEVMUG, this came up once more. There is currently a lot of uncertainty about cloud storage, specifically when it comes to critical and highly regulated data. Where should I store my data, dovetails nicely…

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Data Protection: Implement before you Need It

January 6, 2012
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Data Protection techniques should be implemented and tested long before they are needed. This is a necessary component of any IT organization. However, the most recent communities podcast brought to light several implementation aspects of Data Protection, specifically about Disaster Recovery: organizations still do not test their DR plans and organizations are waiting for a…

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2012: The Beginning of the End for Virtualization Management?

December 22, 2011
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While the legacy enterprise management vendors might like to think of themselves as the Borg (prepare to be assimilated - there is no escape), the new technical requirements and the new buying patterns in the virtualization market do not lend themselves to a repeat of history. Legacy management vendors are unlikely to be able to…

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2012 Data Protection Concerns

December 21, 2011
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Data Protection is still an issue with many small businesses and smaller enterprises who virtualize; Specifically around the Data Protection Process and eventually where to store the data. When I speak to people they are struggling with whether or not to place the data on tape, blu-ray, into the cloud, or other disks. Medium and…

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