Public cloud providers offer near infinite capacity that is paid buy the hour. Jon Hildebrand shows us how Cohesity cloudspin can help you use this low-cost computing capacity with Ciohesity to enable testing and analysis functions that might not be cost effective on-premises.
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The Cohesity platform provides multiple layers of policy where the performance and data protection can be congifured to suit your application and business requirements. Anand Nadarthur walks us through some of the considerations for setting these policies to match your needs.
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Dan is a product manager at Telstra in Brisbane Australia. In the Telstra Customer Experience center, Dan has physical, virtual, and cloud-based Cohesity deployment to show customers how the Cohesity data platform can help them with data protection and management tasks
Earlier in this Data Protection blog series, I discussed how many powerful things can be accomplished to improve data protection in an HPE SimpliVity powered by Intel® environment. In the first blog, I provided an overview of the interconnection of deduplication, compression, and simple, global VM-centric management. The second blog covered the resiliency that resulted from these design principles. For this final […]
As explained in the first blog in this series, HPE SimpliVity is designed from the ground up for simplified global management, efficiency of data, and easy data protection. And while no system on the planet can prevent a disaster, IT infrastructures can be engineered to minimize the impact to business. Since protecting data is a multidimensional problem, it is […]
It’s a dangerous world out there. Not just in foreign lands, but also much closer to home: your own data center. The data your business uses to service customers, innovate, and remain competitive is always under the risk of attack. Some attackers want to steal your data; others simply want to delete it in order […]
Protecting data is no small task, which is why the IT industry is filled with more and more data storage and protection products. The long list of products in any given datacenter usually starts with a software package to read data off of the servers and place it somewhere else. The “somewhere else” could be a […]