DCIG is pleased to announce the immediate availability of its 2022-23 TOP 5 report on AWS Cloud Backup Solutions. This TOP 5 report provides small and midsized enterprises (SMEs) guidance on the best backup solutions for backing up and recovering applications, data, and workloads they host in Amazon Web Services (AWS).
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.
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.
DCIG is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the inaugural 2022-23 DCIG TOP 5 Microsoft Hyper-V Backup Solutions report. This report unveils the TOP 5 backup solutions that organizations should consider for protecting their applications, data, and workloads hosted on Microsoft Hyper-V.
The threat of ransomware has put a heightened focus on the value and integrity of organizations backups. To maintain their value, more organizations embrace air-gapped technologies to protect their backups from a ransomware attack. However, when introduced, air-gapped technologies present five specific management challenges. Prior to using these technologies, organizations should verify their backup software effectively addresses the management challenges they present.
DCIG is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the 2022-23 DCIG TOP 5 On-Premises SDS Object Storage report. This report provides guidance on TOP 5 solutions organizations should consider for SDS-based object storage solutions for on-premises deployment.
By first examining each backup offering’s support of these options, organizations may more quickly get to a short list of Microsoft Hyper-V backup offerings to consider.
Driven by their intolerance for downtime, organizations seek out highly available technologies and infrastructures to host their applications and data. Unfortunately, even given access to almost unlimited resources organizations get no guarantees of perpetual uptime. To address this shortcoming, organizations must continue to give backup solutions a home in their highly available (HA) world.
Recent DCIG research revealed the characteristics that distinguish large, midsize and small VMware vSphere backup solutions from one another. VMware offers APIs that backup software may use to integrate with vCenter to centralize and administer data protection. These integrations with and leveraging of the VMware APIs influence which types of enterprise environments these backup solutions best fit.
If your head starts to hurt anytime you think about backup software licensing, join the crowd. Backup software licensing must rank as one of the most unpleasant topics to discuss in all of IT. Anytime any conversation turns to backup software licensing, one can almost see people’s heads start to hurt.