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Enterprise Data Backup & Recovery Architectures

Comparing On-Premises vs. Hybrid vs. Hosted vs. Cloud-Native

There is more critical data to back up than ever before, and on-premises data protection has not kept pace. Modern data environments are distributed, and include remote and branch offices, mobile devices, and cloud applications.

Due to on-premises backup challenges, IT managers are struggling with lost data, fragmented management and poor visibility, which also impact their ability to comply with regional data residency and security rules, and service-level agreements (SLAs). To overcome these challenges, your organization will need to modernize your data protection strategy.

Read this eBook and you’ll learn:

  • The real challenge with on-premises data protection
  • Which data protection architectures are the most popular
  • The difference between hosted cloud vs. cloud native
  • Which cloud data protection strategy is right for your organization

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Streamlining VM Backups With The Public Cloud

Managing Your VMware, VMC, Hyper-V, and Nutanix Backups With the Public Cloud

Managing the backup and restore of virtual machines in a distributed environment is typically a convoluted process. Leveraging a cloud-native platform for these data protection workloads enables organizations to reduce the demands on IT teams as well as their budgets.

Find out how Druva can help you harness these advantages:

  • Infrastructure that is hosted completely offsite
  • Fast response times in the case of failover for disaster recovery (DR)
  • Dynamic DR and global workload mobility
  • Centralized global coordination and monitoring
  • Radically lower total cost of ownership (TCO)

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2018: State Of Virtualization In The Cloud

Momentum of cloud adoption for virtual workloads continues to grow, but it’s not without challenges. While there are a variety of motivations driving this transition, one thing is clear: organizations are still figuring out what the best approaches are.

No matter where you are on your journey to the cloud, understanding the role the cloud plays with your virtual environment has become an integral part of your IT initiatives.

Download this report to learn about:

  • The challenges organizations face on their journey to the cloud
  • The motivations - and risk - associated with this trend
  • How organizations globally are approaching moving virtual workloads to the cloud

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Making The Business Case For VMware Cloud Backup

Managing the backup and restore of virtual machines is typically a complex operational process. Making the business case to move these workloads to the cloud is critical to reduce new hardware, software, and administrative burden.

Gain real-world Insights that will help you:

  • Understand the economics of legacy solutions vs cloud-based solutions.
  • Calculate the return on investment (ROI) for your project.
  • Remove virtual infrastructure backup complexity
  • Leverage enterprise cloud backup for disaster recovery
  • Reduce costs up to 60% with an all-in-one cloud-native backup solution

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How To Move VMware Data Protection To The Cloud

Managing the backup and restore of virtual machines in a distributed environment is typically a convoluted process. Leveraging a cloud-native platform for these data protection workloads enables organizations to reduce the demands on IT teams as well as their budgets.

Read how VMware data protection in the cloud provides:

  • Infrastructure that is hosted completely offsite
  • Fast response times in the case of failover for disaster recovery
  • Dynamic Disaster Recovery (DR) and global workload mobility
  • Centralized global coordination and monitoring
  • Radically Lower TCO

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8 ESSENTIAL PRACTICES FOR HYPERVISOR BACKUP

Virtualization tools like Hyper-V, Nutanix, VMware and other hypervisors allow systems to overcome physical barriers between resources while optimizing server and storage utilization as well as offering increasing flexibility. But protecting the environment and the ever-growing amount of structured and unstructured data being created is still too often ineffectively addressed with complex, on-premises secondary storage models that come with heavy administrative overhead and infrastructure costs. The cloud is not shackled by these limitations.

The cloud is meeting the increasing needs related to business continuity and information governance as new trends change how infrastructure resiliency and long-term retention shape the data protection landscape. Download this asset to learn 8 essential real-world practices to put in place for hypervisor backup, archival and disaster recovery (DR).

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THE CLOUD-FIRST DATA PROTECTION PLAYBOOK

Transitioning data protection to the cloud isn’t easy. Simply relocating legacy backup solutions can lead to unexpected costs, incomplete data, and compromised performance. It can also make it difficult to comply with regional data privacy rules that limit how data can be copied and stored. Businesses get best results from a thoughtful cloud strategy that considers how data is stored, secured, and kept resilient. Download our playbook, providing key strategies for CIOs to consider—and pitfalls to avoid—when transitioning backups and disaster recovery to the cloud.
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How To Move VMware Data Protection To The Cloud

The rise of virtualization as a business tool has dramatically enhanced server and primary storage utilization. By allowing multiple operating systems and applications to run on a single physical server, organizations can significantly lower their hardware costs and take advantage of efficiency and agility improvements as more and more tasks become automated. This also alleviates the pain of fragmented IT ecosystems and incompatible data silos.

Protecting these virtualized environments, however, and the ever-growing amount of structured and unstructured data being created, still requires a complex, on-prem secondary storage model that imposes heavy administrative overhead and infrastructure costs. The increasing pressure on IT teams to maintain business continuity and information governance are changing how businesses view infrastructure resiliency and long-term data retention—they are consequently looking to new solutions to ensure immediate availability and complete protection of the data that resides within their VMware environments.

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Making The Business Case For VMware Cloud Backup

The rise of virtualization as a business tool has dramatically enhanced server and primary storage utilization. Protecting these virtualized environments, however, as well as the ever-growing amount of structured and unstructured data being created, still requires a complex, on-premises secondary storage model that imposes heavy administrative overhead and infrastructure costs. Managing the backup and restoration of virtual machines in a distributed environment is typically an expensive and convoluted process involving multiple staff members supporting a complex architecture. Any reduction in new hardware, software, or administrative burden, therefore, improves business agility and radically lowers overall total cost of ownership (TCO). Download our asset to learn more about how to achieve cost and time savings by managing your VMware environments from within a single, centralized console.
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Cloud Data Protection for VMware Environments

As virtualization enables higher flexibility and scalability of infrastructure, protecting these environments becomes increasingly complex, resulting in heavy administrative overhead and infrastructure costs. Download our whitepaper to see how Druva’s unified data protection solution, and direct integration with vSphere & VMC (VMware Cloud on AWS) can reduce risk, cost, and the effort of managing today’s complex information environment.
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Druva Phoenix: Server Backup Born in the Cloud

Server backup, especially at companies managing multiple sites, is an inefficient, expensive process prone to errors. Druva Phoenix simplifies this process by enabling you to backup straight to the cloud, providing a seamless way to manage all your backup and archives centrally. Download our whitepaper to learn more about how Druva Phoenix can help your business!
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Ultimate Guide to Assessing and Comparing Two-Factor Authentication Solutions

Discover key areas of difference between two-factor authentication solutions and gain insight on concrete criteria for evaluating technologies and vendors with Duo Security’s free two-factor evaluation guide. In this guide, you will learn:
  • How to evaluate the security, reliability, and scalability of a two-factor solution
  • What kind of solution allows you to detect and react to potential threats
  • How to determine the time and costs involved in rolling out a two-factor solution
  • Key criteria to drive user adoption and increase productivity
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Two-Factor Authentication Evaluation Guide

Modern two-factor solutions have evolved to support new, complex technology models that change how we use data, including cloud computing and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device).

Two-factor authentication — there are so many different solutions, authentication methods, integration issues, and new security concerns cropping up in the market. With such a large diversity of vendors, it's easy for IT security decision-makers to get confused about which solution is right for their organization.

This guide walks through some of the key areas of differentiation between two-factor authentication solutions and provides some concrete criteria for evaluating technologies and vendors.

In this guide, you will learn:
  • How to evaluate the security, reliability and scalability of a two-factor solution.
  • What kind of solution allows you to detect and react to potential threats.
  • How to determine the time and costs involved in rolling out a two-factor solution.
  • Key criteria to drive user adoption and increase productivity.
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