IT organizations require a data protection solution that can combat against the ever looming threat of malware or ransomware, and data corruption, which can have a significant effect day to day operations. When that data protection capability is included in their storage solution, it allows IT organizations to reduce their overall costs, while maximizing their ability to protect all data they are responsible for.
This is why DataCore Software created Continuous Data Protection (CDP), or the “undo button” for your data. In this webinar we explain and show how DataCore Software’s CDP feature can deliver one-second restore granularity and provides the best Recovery Point Objective (RPO) of any data protection solution.
NVMe and all-flash systems can solve any performance, floor space and energy problems. At least this is the marketing message many vendors and analysts spread today – but actually, sounds too good to be true, right?
Like always in real life, there is no clear black or white, but some circumstances you should be aware of – especially if you intend to leverage these technologies. You may ask yourself: Do I need to rip and replace my existing storage? What is the best way to integrate both? What benefits do I receive?
Well, just join our brief webinar, which also includes a live demo and audience Q&A so you can get the most out of these technologies, make your storage great again and discover:
• How to integrate Flash over NVMe in real life
• How to benefit of some Flash/NVMe for your entire applications
Business continuity, especially across data centers in nearby locations often depends on complicated scripts, manual intervention and numerous checklists. Those error-prone processes are exponentially more difficult when the data storage equipment differs between sites.
Such difficulties force many organizations to settle for partial disaster recovery measures, conceding data loss and hours of downtime during occasional facility outages.
In this webcast and live demo, you’ll learn about:
• Software-defined storage services capable of continuously mirroring data in
real-time between unlike storage devices.
• Non-disruptive failover between stretched cluster requiring zero touch
• Rapid restoration of normal conditions when the facilities come back up
If you’re working in a technology role in the healthcare field, whether you’re in a hospital or clinic, working in a company producing the latest breakthrough treatment or working in an organization helping patients on the financial side of their health, you know that you have unique technology needs that many other companies may not. You also know that you need technology that enables rather than hinders you, and you may be wondering how some leading-edge healthcare organizations are making this happen right now.
ActualTech Media is partnering with some of today’s leading enterprise IT vendors to bring you a very special EcoCast focused exclusively on healthcare IT. Audience members that have an affiliation with any area of healthcare, medical, life sciences, or similar areas will be treated to very special healthcare-specific presentations from data center technology providers Nutanix, Zerto and DataCore.
During this event, you will hear how the solutions offered by these vendors can help your organization improve critical metrics, whether those metrics are financial or whether they’re around saving and improving lives and healthcare outcomes.
Be sure and join us and watch now for free!
If you were to pose this question to your storage vendor or VMware support today, you would be likely to receive the answer: “No. vSphere does not support this.”
Nevertheless, with the VMware certified, universal vSphere APIs for Storage Awareness (VASA) provider from DataCore you can easily achieve that with full VMware support and without VVol certified hardware today. Use of local discs alone or in combination with other storage arrays as part of the Virtual Volumes datastore would even be sufficient.
Join our brief webinar, Q&A and expanded live demo to discover:
• How to setup such a solution in real life
• How to implement auto-tiering across different arrays