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Several customer conversations at MongoDB World, which was held in Chicago this year, reaffirmed my conviction that there is a burning need for an enterprise class backup and recovery solution for MongoDB databases. Although MongoDB is one of the top 5 most popular databases according to DB-Engines, the backup and recovery capabilities are inadequate. The ecosystem…

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There is a major ongoing disruption in the IT application stack resulting from enterprises adopting cloud computing as a mainstream IT model and developing hyper-scale, always-on applications. In simple terms, it means that enterprises are redesigning their legacy applications for cloud and distributed architectures. Also, all new applications are written with cloud-first principles in mind….

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Enterprise applications that require scale and availability are being migrated to non-relational cloud databases (such as Apache HBase, Apache Cassandra, DataStax, MongoDB, CouchBase, Amazon DynamoDB, Microsoft DocumentDB, et al.). At the same time, enterprises are onboarding next-generation applications (analytics, e-commerce, IoT, etc.) natively on non-relational databases. Due to the distributed nature of these non-relational databases,…

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Previously, we discussed how backup needs to be reinvented for a new era cloud-native applications, and what you should look for in a modern database backup and recovery solution. But even if you scrap the traditional approach to backup and write scripts to handle the task, backup and recovery of next-generation applications and databases (Apache…

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Enterprise applications that require scale and availability are migrating to non-relational databases (such as Apache Cassandra, DataStax, MongoDB, CouchBase, Amazon DynamoDB, et al.). At the same time, next-generation applications (analytics, e-commerce, IoT, etc.) are being natively deployed on non-relational databases. Due to the distributed nature of these non-relational databases, traditional backup and recovery solutions are…

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It is indeed a BIG start to 2017 for all of us here at Datos IO!  First, Chris Mellor, the renowned reporter at The Register, covered why Datos IO is needed now. Second, TechTarget selected Datos IO RecoverX as a finalist in their 2016 Data Backup and Recovery Software category. We consider getting recognized alongside…

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Application-Centric Data Protection For The Cloud This blogpost is a follow-on to my previous post about the evolving data protection requirements as they relate to public cloud, hybrid cloud and multi-cloud environments. To meet the challenges discussed in my last blog, we architected Datos IO RecoverX to enable cloud-scale data protection services as enterprises adopt…

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By design or by accident, multi-cloud is a reality that most enterprise IT teams have to cope with today. Multi-cloud (or, cross-cloud as Dell EMC calls it) refers to an IT model where an organization uses services of one or more public cloud service providers, sometimes in addition to using its own data centers. In…

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Last week was a major milestone for us as we joined the Google Cloud Platform Partner Program and announced RecoverX 1.5, the next version of our industry-first cloud-scale data protection software for non-relational databases. This release, called Orion, is the first major revision of our product since we announced RecoverX 1.0 back in June’16. Talk…