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State your name and title: Abhishek Dharmapurikar, Member of Technical Staff. Where are you from? Sunnyvale CA. Originally from Maharashtra, India. What were you up to before Datos IO? I was at NetApp for 3.5 years in the WAFL team.

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An ineffective backup strategy was identified to be the main culprit for data loss at source-code hub Gitlab.com yesterday. Gitlab is hugely popular among developers, who appreciate the fact that it’s an all-in-one solution, providing everything a developer needs over the course of a project. At the core is a Git-based version control system, which…

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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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Most people assume cloud storage is cheaper than on-premise storage. After all, why wouldn’t they? You can rent object storage for $276 per TB per year or less, depending on your performance and access requirements. Enterprise storage costs between $2,500 to $4,000 per TB per year according to analysts at Gartner and ESG. This comparison…

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State your name and title: Jolan Wang, Member of Technical Staff, QA. Where are you from? I am originally from Taiwan. What were you up to before Datos IO? Prior to Datos IO, I worked at Brocade, Agami, and most recently at NetApp in their file system team. I have been interested in big data and recently completed courses in that area.

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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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In the traditional datacenter of the pre-cloud world, IT implemented backup software, scheduled backups, and had recovery plans that were — at least theoretically — tested regularly. Backup vendors sold tens of billions of hardware and software over the years. Changes in technology and platforms also created openings for companies like Data Domain and Veeam…

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In a recent article in The Register, Chris Mellor wrote, “Why did we start this article by saying Datos IO is the Tesla of the backup industry? Assume Veeam, Veritas and Dell EMC are the Ford, GM and Chrysler of backup software. We think that Datos IO, like Tesla, is redefining how you do backup…

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Enterprises are quickly onboarding next-generation, mission critical applications, such as eCommerce, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and internet of things on non-relational databases and distributed local storage. However, as organizations move these applications to scalable databases because they are easier to deploy, always available, and cost effective, they also need a robust and scalable backup and recovery solution to protect these modern databases.