Advanced and automatic data backup and recovery
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Come and experience a platform that provides advanced turn key solutions in the field of information protection for all types of organizational information:
- Backup system with instant application recovery and global forecasting
- Machine Learning based automation
- Protection against “ransom” encryption at the infrastructure level
- Reconstructions in zero time
New challenges affect the need to protect organizational information.
In the world of apps, clouds, analytics and mobile – many organizations still rely on previous generation backup and recovery products – solutions that are typically built on backup software, backup storage, media servers, catalog servers, cloud backup solutions, all different providers, and as a result The information is split and managed in complexity.
Most existing backup products provide slow backup as well as long recovery times – making it difficult for organizations to meet their business availability requirements.
The data center backup technology in the Legacy approach does not provide protection for modern workloads such as: distributed file systems, distributed databases such as NoSQL or Hadoop, or also containers and SaaS applications that further increase complexity.
There should be a simpler and more cost-effective way to maintain the data.
All of these raise the need for Rethinking a modern backup platform Which will be an alternative to old backup systems and will support all the required parameters in the digital age:
Constant growth in the volume of data In a world where almost all business processes are carried out online, the amount of organizational information is growing by tens of percent every year. In addition, to retrieve information and for documentation purposes for a variety of purposes – organizational information is almost never deleted
Constant availability of information Processes and systems are interrelated. Employees from within the organization and external vendors connect to systems today from anywhere and at any time. Access to information must always be available
Independence from a hardware manufacturer and service provider An organization must retain the ability to recover information when necessary regardless of any of its hardware vendors (such as storage / backup) or service provider. The system must be 100% software based to produce maximum flexibility across platforms across all components of the enterprise data center
Built-in search and analytics capabilities The system must be cataloged and have a smart index that will be able to provide instant search results for any type of recoverable information: whether at the level of file names, tables from databases, email or a specific email box and more
Reducing operational overhead by automation IT teams today are mostly staffed. A large part of the organizations today waste valuable human time in the control and operation of the backup system. Using automation and learning AI systems, reduces human errors and time in operating the system significantly and increases system efficiency
Misconceptions about the need for backup for modern applications
Some phrases that customers say about backing up modern applications:
“Distributed databases do not need protection – they are distributed in more than one copy anyway”
“Containers are an informative platform, so they do not need protection”
“SaaS application data in the cloud and automatically protected by the cloud provider”
These are some of the common misconceptions that put the resource, data and business availability at risk.
Adoption of modern applications, including large workloads of distributed databases, SaaS applications, including Microsoft’s O365 and SalesForce, is on the rise.
At first it would seem that these workloads do not need backup and therefore there is no protection for the information. At best, some organizations protect their critical modern workloads using point-to-point and sometimes scripted backup tools. Such a method of work leads to additional complexity, decentralized management that increases the chance of mistakes, slow recovery times, and usually also poor reliability. In addition, these methods do not give organizations a platform to easily harness their information power for analytics, testing and / or development, or even to meet one regulatory or another.
In the absence of backup and recovery at the organizational level, human errors, malware and other types of fraud cost organizations in loss of availability or loss of information itself, business productivity, lost revenue and fear of lawsuits from customers and / or outsiders.
A study by the Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) found that 38% of organizations reported having between 25 and 100 unique databases, while a further 20% had more than 100 databases, contributing to a huge data split and a huge non-backup challenge. At the organizational level.
The adoption of enterprise applications in the cloud, the increase in technological challenges, the advanced cyber threats, in addition to the constant increase in the volumes of organizational information, require modern thinking for protection and recovery.
Complex operation and maintenance on the backup platform increases the risk of compromising the integrity of the backup, exposure to the encryption of the backups and uncertainty in the existence of the recovery and the time that will be required for recovery.
Organizations are deploying complex, multi-layered solutions for data management that could have been simpler if managed in a cloud concept – simple, intuitive and ubiquitous.
The traditional approach of using multiple point solutions leads to fragile infrastructures with challenges such as long deployment cycles, inability to meet the SLA conditions defined by the organization, lack of scalability, architectural complexity and fragmented management.