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Introduction New-age non-relational databases enable rapid development of next-generation, cloud applications—but at a cost where these next-generation databases lack enterprise-class recovery solutions, putting enterprises at risk of data loss. Non-relational databases (NoSQL, Cloud, Key-Value, Graph, and others) offer capabilities such as cross data-center replication, but these features address availability requirements only and do not provide…

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Python intends to remove a lot of the complexity of memory management that languages like C and C++ involve. It certainly does do that, with automatic garbage collection when objects go out of scope. However, for large and long running systems developed in Python, dealing with memory management is a fact of life. In this…

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Over the past 5 years, applications have undergone a paradigm shift. They now require more agility, scalability and availability. The key trends in this era are driven by the use of social platforms, mobile devices, and software as a service (SaaS). Being able to ingest large amounts of data from various sources, and process it…

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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…

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“Big breakthroughs typically follow a seven-step path: First, no one’s heard of you. Then they’ve heard of you but think you’re nuts. Then they understand your product, but think it has no opportunity. Then they view your product as a toy. Then they see it as an amazing toy. Then they start using it. Then…

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DZone is one of the web’s largest communities and publishers of technical content (Big Data, DevOps, and more) for software professionals. Every quarter they publish a guide, and this time around they asked us at Datos IO to participate in their 2016 Guide to Big Data Processing. This guide is packed with interesting insights on…

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I am beyond thrilled to announce Datos IO’s 2nd anniversary today.  It’s hard to believe what we’ve accomplished in just two short years, and that too with limited resources and a very small team.  Back in 2014, we founded Datos IO with a bold mission to manage and recover data at scale. “Scale” can mean…

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Revenue and business operations are highly dependent on digital technologies, so it is a no-brainer for any organization to invest in resilient IT systems. Still, often times organizations take shortcuts or do not take adequate measures to ensure durability, business continuity and disaster recovery. Time-after-time, IT leaders fail to put disaster recovery processes and systems…