Many businesses and service providers (SPs) are looking for ways to leverage cloud based backup solutions. For businesses, backing up data into the cloud represents a cost-effective way to manage the day-to-day task of protecting critical business data. For service providers, cloud backup technology presents an opportunity to gain new customers and increase their revenue.
Published By: NaviSite
Published Date: Dec 24, 2014
A Hybrid infrastructure—bringing together on-premises and cloud capabilities—is a strategy many enterprises are embracing in order to maximize the flexibility and performance they need from their IT operations.
Published By: NaviSite
Published Date: Dec 24, 2014
IT leaders should carefully consider the hybrid cloud model as part of their overall business and IT transformation strategies — either as a pit stop en route to broader public cloud adoption or as an endstate destination that balances on-demand elasticity and usage-based pricing with localized control.
Microsoft will be ending support for Windows Server 2003 on July 14, 2015. With the launch of Windows Server 2012 this year, it’s the perfect storm to compel your customers to adopt more Hyper-V, which is now tightly integrated to Microsoft Azure hybrid cloud. Veeam® helps Windows Server upgrades run smoother and faster by ensuring that old systems are backed up and new virtual environments are tested and protected.
DNS Europe is a London based cloud hosting business who's services include cloud application hosting and development, hybrid cloud integration services, consulting and onboarding. DNS has 500 customers, no data centers and only a minimal amount of technology infrastructure. This whitepaper explains how DNS not only build clouds, they live in them.
Cloud backup is increasingly the preferred data protection option for many organizations. Many have already made the move or are carefully considering moving data protection to a private, public, or hybrid cloud. As a Solution Provider, making the right choice in selecting a cloud backup vendor is critical to your success delivering cloud backup services to your customers. This guide will help you choose a cloud backup platform that meets the needs of your customers.
Published By: Infrascale
Published Date: Jan 09, 2015
Infrascale delivers the industry’s most complete Data Protection Platform today. From an easy-to-use dashboard, MSPs can efficiently manage their cloud backup, disaster recovery, data archiving and file sharing solutions. Our flexible platform protects data in multiple environments: the public cloud, private cloud or a hybrid cloud. Deployable across physical or virtual servers, workstations or mobile devices, Infrascale is the only solution MSPs need to deliver complete data protection to businesses of all sizes.
Published By: LogicNow
Published Date: Aug 27, 2015
At MAXfocus, our backup specialists work very hard to provide you with one of the most sophisticated hybrid cloud backup solutions in the world. However, we believe that customers do not benefit from great features alone.
There is no doubt that enterprise cloud is a new and improved IT strategy. Cloud services have proven to improve organizational agility and reduce the burden of IT infrastructure and cost. Moving to the cloud is no longer a question of “if” but “when” and “how.” Most enterprises we interviewed are moving to cloud in phases over time and matching workloads to their perceptions of a vendor’s cloud capabilities that will best support their objectives. Many will require the ability and flexibility to support multivendor cloud and multiple deployment choices (e.g., public cloud, private cloud, and hybrid cloud).
Der Eintritt von NetApp in den Hyperkonvergenzmarkt ist seit Langem überfällig, und die Lösung wird bei den wichtigsten Kunden des Unternehmens große Wellen schlagen. IDC ist der Meinung, dass die Entscheidung von NetApp für die Technologie von SolidFire als Grundlage der HCI beweist, dass es verstärkt auf die neue Generation von Speichertechnologien setzt, die den digitalen Wandel ermöglichen. Die Integration mit Data Fabric zeigt, dass NetApp fähig ist, seine Vision für die hybride Cloud und den Datenverkehr in all seine Lösungen einzubringen, damit Kunden ihre Pläne für eine hybride IT nahtlos vorantreiben können. Schließlich deuten die flexiblen Skalierungsmöglichkeiten darauf hin, dass NetApp nicht einfach in aller Eile ein „Me-too“ Produkt auf den Markt bringen, sondern vielmehr ernsthaft auf die kostenbezogenen Herausforderungen eingehen wollte, denen sich HCI-Kunden gegenübersehen.
Published By: Dell EMC
Published Date: Feb 07, 2018
All companies, small and large, grapple with infrastructure growth and IT modernization. For many companies, datacenter infrastructure has become an essential part of a hybrid cloud environment that allows users to consume internal and external resources seamlessly. This, in turn, is helping modernize today's datacenters and drive new levels of agility, productivity, and scale.
A common attribute of modern datacenter infrastructure is solutions that provide all compute and data services as a single system that can be managed holistically at a rack scale. IDC refers to such solutions as converged infrastructure.
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Published By: Carbonite
Published Date: Jan 04, 2018
Backup alone is not enough anymore. Businesses today must put a range of recoverability options in place. That’s why it is encouraging to see Carbonite, a data protection company with cloud and hybrid offerings, making fresh moves to help organizations evolve beyond legacy backup. Years ago, Carbonite pioneered cloud backup for endpoint devices. Then it expanded, buying EVault in 2015 and DoubleTake in 2017. Just as Carbonite has long been at the forefront of offering what people need from cloud-based data backup, it now appears to be just as intent on providing what IT organizations need—hybrid data protection media and mechanisms.
Keeping sensitive data secure in the age of Cloud computing.
Learn how IBM Security Guardium helps protect your data with scalable monitoring and protection in all kinds of cloud and hybrid cloud environments.
For increasing numbers of organizations, the new reality for development, deployment and delivery of applications and services is hybrid cloud. Few, if any, organizations are going to move all their strategic workloads to the cloud, but virtually every enterprise is embracing cloud for a wide variety of requirements.
To accelerate innovation, improve the IT delivery economic model and reduce risk, organizations need to combine data and experience in a cognitive model that yields deeper and more meaningful insights for smarter decisionmaking. Whether the user needs a data set maintained in house for customer analytics or access to a cloud-based data store for assessing marketing program results — or any other business need — a high-performance, highly available, mixed-load database platform is required.
A new ZK Research study reveals significant shifts in application delivery practices as enterprises are automating or adopting cloud-native applications.
In the process of modernizing their infrastructure, enterprises are addressing on-demand scalability requirements, improving management, and lowering costs.
This study discusses:
- Enterprise preferences for their next load balancers
- Capabilities that are most sought after by network teams
- How businesses are preparing for hybrid and multi-cloud environments
Download Legacy Hardware-Based ADCs: Are Companies Holding Back?
In reality, many applications are far from cloud ready, and some never will be. But almost every new application will be cloud enabled. So how do you evolve your data center into a private cloud and drive hybrid IT by connecting to public clouds, yet still cater for the needs of your legacy software? To try and understand the path to the cloud in greater detail, we’ve created this Infobrief from an extended interview conducted by the team at DatacenterDynamics with Juniper Networks’ Andy Ingram, the Global Vice President for Data Center and Cloud.