Posts Tagged ‘ Zerto ’

Utopian Disaster Recovery

December 16, 2013
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VirtualizationBackup

Recently at Dell World, I was part of a conversation about what would be utopian disaster recovery and where we are today in the state of the industry. But where we are today is transforming, with a new name that encompasses many technologies. We are now using the term “data protection” (DP) to mean much…

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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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SDDC Data Protection

March 26, 2013
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VirtualizationBackup

One aspect of SDDC that does not get a lot of attention is Data Protection, instead we are concentrating on SDN and automation. Yet, this leads me to Data Protection. There is a clear marriage between Data Protection and SDDC that needs to be added to any architecture. As with all things, we start with…

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Virtualizing Business Critical Applications: Data Protection

January 25, 2013
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VirtualizationBackup

A major aspect of virtualizing any business critical application is data protection which encompasses not only backup, but disaster recovery, and business continuity. It is imperative that our data be protected. While this is true of all workloads, it becomes a bigger concern when virtualizing business critical applications. Not only do we need backups, but…

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Technology Roundup: Security and Data Protection

December 11, 2012
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CloudComputing

There have been quite a few new products announced in the last few months. Some I have received as briefings, others I have researched. These security and data protection products show the changing face of virtualizaiton and cloud.

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Datasores: Where are yours?

November 20, 2012
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VirtualizationBackup

I would like to thank Mike Laverick for reporting this typo and spurring thoughts on datasores. Unlike a Data Store which holds data, a datasore is a place where data becomes either painful to manage or protect. Or where the data exceeds your capability to handle it.

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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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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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