On Earth Day, which is Wednesday, let’s talk about environmental risk: the issue of the growing carbon footprint of data.
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How will data protection environments change in 2020? All indicators show demands for more flexibility, support for a broader range of new technologies and an urgent need for scalable systems that can manage massive data growth.
In a recent webinar, we looked at the current state of backup and recovery, how ever-growing data, demanding SLA and new applications are changing the way we do backups and retrieve data when necessary.
Every year I enjoy taking part in the predictions for the next year. Sometimes I am right, sometimes I am way off and many times I scratch my head and think, “Wow, that didn’t go as I thought!”
By Keith Townsend With challenges such as integrating Kubernetes, serverless architectures and continuous integration/continuous development (CI/CD) into current operations, why is backup a CTO-level consideration? If your existing data protection company focuses only on backup and recovery, you are doing your organization a disservice. Today’s data protection landscape goes far beyond backup and recovery. Enterprise […]
By Nigel Tozer In a recent blog I had a little fun with the “Game of Thrones,” and positioned the ever-looming winter in the show as a metaphor for change. “Change” in that blog was about disruptive shifts in technology and their social impact, but one significant change was overlooked – that of climate. Whether you believe […]
By Damian Andre For us techies, when it comes to Commvault we are lucky to celebrate at least four times a year. As you probably know, every quarter a new Service Pack (or shall I say, Feature Pack) rolls out from our engineering team and ushers in new functionality. These feature releases are an iterative […]
By Commvault There was a different vibe this morning when Commvault GO attendees entered the keynote theater as a live bluegrass band got some folks toe tapping and head bopping. Once the lights went down, things got (sur)real. Steve Connell gave a powerful, unabashed dialogue that told the story of data. He urged the audience to take old data […]
By Lance Shaw Artificial intelligence. Machine learning. Scarcely a day goes by where we don’t see some mention of these technologies in an advertisement or article. Sure, some of it is indeed hype but often it is for good reason, as the promise of automation is to simplify our lives by not only performing regular […]
By Greg Page You need Scale-out in your backup As George Crump accurately noted in his blog, “Why Backups Break and How to Fix It,” there are many issues in the current backup landscape, including legacy backup applications, fragmentation of tools to support new technology and decentralized management of backup for applications, the cloud, storage […]
Backup and recovery processes now include artificial intelligence and machine learning that can help optimize your business. Those processes can also create a finely-tuned IT environment. Backup and recovery just became cool.