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Articles for the keywords: Disaster Recovery
19 Feb 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [60548]
Vol 228 Issues 1, 2; Vol 227 Issue 1, 2, 3 and 4; Vol 226 Issues 3 and 4

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • Best Data Storage Products 2016: Products Of The Year
  • Deloitte Outlines Its 7 Big Tech Trends For 2017 And Beyond
  • Artificial Intuition Will Supersede Artificial Intelligence, Experts Say
  • Building The Predictive Enterprise: What CIOs Should Tell CEOs About A.I.
  • Lessons Learned From Data Center Outages, But Still A Long Trip Ahead
  • Here's How Evernote Moved 3 Petabytes Of Data To Google's Cloud
  • Disaster Recovery In The Cloud: Key Considerations
  • Data Breaches Affect All Parts Of Business, Verizon Report Shows
  • Why The Hottest Technology Job This Year May Be Scrum Master
  • The Future Isn't Cloud. It's Multi-Cloud

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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19 Feb 2017 Disaster Recovery In The Cloud: Key Considerations [60573]
Network Computing, February 9th, 2017

Lori MacVittie writes in Network Computing, "When the notion of cloud computing first arose, there was a lot of talk about how wonderful it was to have an affordable, manageable 'secondary' data center available in the case of an emergency. Enterprises are no strangers to the need to have a secondary, or backup, data center as a means to address potential disasters. Many have them, but in the wake of cloud, some have migrated from owning their own to renting one in the cloud. For those who were just growing to the point they needed such a disaster recovery option, many turned immediately to cloud because why would you invest in a physical data center when there was a veritable smorgasbord of options available in the form of cloud computing?..."
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19 Feb 2017 Lessons Learned From Data Center Outages, But Still A Long Trip Ahead [60572]
Search Data Center, February 10th, 2017

"The hits keep on coming for the airline industry, with several more IT outages that have stranded angry passengers in recent months. Are there any new lessons for IT pros?" asks Robert Gates in Search Data Center.

"Progress has started to emerge after a series of data center outages and other IT-related troubles during the past year that caused a turbulent ride for airline passengers.

The recovery time for Delta Air Lines Inc.'s outage at the end of January was shorter than the one last year, said Mark Thomas Jaggers, a research director at analyst firm Gartner who focuses on disaster recovery (DR) and IT resilience..."
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14 Feb 2017 Veeam and Its Partners to Give Away $200 Million in Cloud Backup and DRaaS Services [60723]
Veeam strengthens its commitment to customers and partners with a FREE Cloud Services program

Veeam Software, the innovative provider of solutions that deliver Availability for the Always-On Enterprise, today announced a new initiative to give away up to $200 million through an exclusive Veeam FREE Cloud Services program. Effective immediately, every customer using Veeam for on-premises backup and recovery is now eligible for up to $1,000 in free cloud backup and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) from Veeam and its partners.

This commitment to invest in DRaaS adoption comes as demand of the Veeam Cloud & Service Provider (VCSP) program from enterprises of all sizes soars in 2017 on top of 79 percent YoY in Cloud during 2016. DRaaS continues to gain momentum due to more affordable prices and enhanced functionality to meet availability and compliance requirements. Gartner estimates the DRaaS market will nearly triple within the next three years, to a revenue point of $3.4 billion by 2019.
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13 Feb 2017 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Unveils Most Significant 3PAR Flash Storage Innovations to Date [60682]
Next-generation 3PAR OS provides foundation for Hybrid IT as all-flash becomes the new normal

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced its most significant set of 3PAR storage innovations to date, including a next-generation HPE 3PAR Operating System that provides a futureproof foundation for hybrid IT.

  • New 3PAR Adaptive Data Reduction (ADR) delivers comprehensive data compaction to lower capacity costs.
  • Updates to 3PAR Peer Persistence mitigate risks by enabling disaster recovery across greater distances.
  • Off-premises copy management with HPE Recovery Manager Central (RMC) extends data protection beyond the array.
  • Expanded automation capabilities for 3PAR StoreServ Management Console (SSMC) improve business agility.

As all-flash storage becomes the new normal, customers are realizing that pure-play all-flash systems cannot address the new requirements arising from this 'third wave' of flash evolution. These new demands go beyond the performance or cost of an individual flash array, meaning that all-flash storage vendors must also help customers simplify operations across the data center, mitigate risks from edge to core to cloud and support hybrid IT transformation. The HPE 3PAR innovations announced today provide customers a futureproof solution for these third-wave demands with support for cloud-native applications, datacenter-wide orchestration, tier-1 resiliency and a seamless path to emerging technologies such as storage class memory (SCM) and NVM Express (NVMe).
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