The role of backup and secondary storage is changing in the data center. … Leverage the power of hyperconverged infrastructure for backup and secondary storage. Simplify management, operational efficiency and support. Predict scalability with granular application recovery.
Data is the key to everything. Make sure it’s backed up, protected and available from legacy apps to cloud workloads and everything in between. Think about how your company is facing this change. Are you able to make your data — your key to success — always available?
One size does not fit all when it comes to meeting VMware-based virtual machine (VM) data protection requirements. Costs must be kept in check while shrinking recovery time and meeting recovery point objectives. IT professionals are pressured to deliver near-zero data loss and near-zero application downtime. They also need to comply with data privacy regulations such as the European Union’s (EU’s) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Finally, the IT professional must develop strategies that protect against increasingly tenacious ransomware attacks.
The last few years have seen some big changes in backup and disaster recovery. As with almost every other aspect of IT, the cloud is making its presence felt. Integrating the cloud into a backup and disaster recovery strategy involves rethinking many of the ideas on how organizations go about managing these processes. In this essential guide you’ll learn about some of the challenges around cloud backup and disaster recovery including: