DCIG is pleased to announce the immediate availability of its 2022-23 TOP 5 report on Large Enterprise AWS Cloud Backup Solutions. This TOP 5 report provides large enterprises guidance on the best backup solutions for backing up and recovering applications, data, and workloads they host in Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Author: Jerome M. Wendt
OMAHA, Neb., (August 30th, 2022) – DCIG is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the 2022-23 DCIG TOP 5 AWS Cloud Backup Solution Large Enterprise Edition report. This DCIG report evaluated the features of fifteen solutions across five different categories that provide backup for AWS. This report provides guidance on the TOP 5 solutions organizations should consider for protecting applications, data, and workloads hosted in AWS. The report is available at no charge with registration
OMAHA, Neb., (August 23, 2022) – DCIG is pleased to recognize Cobalt Iron Compass as a TOP 5 solution in the forthcoming 2022-23 DCIG TOP 5 AWS Cloud Backup Solution Large Enterprise Edition report. That report is based on DCIG’s independent research into the rapidly maturing Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud backup marketplace.
OMAHA, Neb., (August 18, 2022) – DCIG is pleased to recognize HYCU Protégé for AWS as a DCIG TOP 5 solution in the forthcoming 2022-23 DCIG TOP 5 AWS Cloud Backup Solution Large Enterprise Edition report. That report is based on DCIG’s independent research into the rapidly maturing Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud marketplace.
Many data protection and data storage providers highlight and promote their products’ hybrid cloud capabilities. However, their products continue to evolve to deliver more robust cloud functionality. As they do, the term ‘hybrid cloud’ fails to fully capture their increased functionality. Many have become hybrid multi-cloud offerings that manage, support, and work across multiple different providers’ clouds.
More organizations than ever host their production workloads and data with general-purpose cloud providers with many choosing AWS, at least to start. However, as organizations go to protect these workloads and data, they uncover a new reality. Their cloud backup software needs differ significantly when compared to selecting an on-premises backup offering. This requires they select offerings that match these needs.
Organizations have always generally cared about their ability to recover backup data. However, the advent of ransomware has cast a new spotlight on it. Organizations must now prioritize recovering their workloads and data in the time and to the point their business requires. To do that, they may need to implement up to three (3) different rapid recovery offerings.
Enterprises want and need to move ahead with SaaS-based backup offerings to simplify their backup environment. However, enterprises loathe risk. This means they will make even an established enterprise SaaS-based backup provider prove itself before implementing its offering. Thanks to its latest $53 million dollar investment, HYCU may more expeditiously address their concerns so enterprises may implement SaaS backup sooner rather than later.
Every organization that hosts production workloads or data in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud should take steps to protect them. This explains why organizations continue to perform backups in AWS. However, their ability to do AWS cloud backups well long term may hinge on three factors.
DCIG is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the inaugural 2022-23 DCIG TOP 5 Microsoft Hyper-V Backup Software Offerings report. This report unveils the TOP 5 backup software offerings that organizations should consider for protecting their applications, data, and workloads hosted on Microsoft Hyper-V.