Enterprise data backup has become as much of a burden as it is a necessity. It’s not glamorous, not something you want to think about all day – but backup is essential. As long as data keeps growing we’re all going to have to spend time, effort and money making sure it’s protected and available.
One thing we’re not OK with here at ClearSky is settling for the status quo. The backup business has been slowly improving on the status quo for some time. ClearSky believes in thinking beyond better backup.
It’s time start thinking beyond backup, about built-in backup, about not doing backup at all. No silos, no replication, no licenses. Yes, it is possible. We’re calling it backup independence. It’s about embracing security, access and mobility, while casting off siloed data, secondary data centers and slow RPO and RTO.
Check out this roundup of recent resources related to backup independence.
Three ways to move beyond better backup [webinar]
This webinar gets right to the core of what IT leaders need to know: how to compare traditional backup offerings like Commvault, Data Domain, and Veritas, and emerging players, like Rubrik and Cohesity. Which of these make the backup process better? How much better? And what problems do they both solve and leave unsolved?
Enterprises want exceptional, cost-effective and simple backup for their VMware Cloud on AWS workloads, and they deserve the flexibility and choice in solutions that drive business value. This blog post covers the details of our recent announcement about bringing advanced support for VMware Cloud on AWS for on-demand primary storage services with built-in offsite backup and disaster recovery.
In this video interview, our CTO and co-founder, Laz Vekiarides, talks to Solutions Review about the pros and cons of moving data storage to the cloud. The wide-ranging conversation touches on security, compliance, storage, disaster recovery and backup concerns.