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We three kings of Dell EMC are; bigging up storage we traverse AFA

Analysis Three top Dell execs told the earnings call that they were taking the fall in storage results seriously, were doing all they could to fix them, and that early signs were encouraging. The Dell EMC storage business had shining bright spots, with $15.3bn for the full year, the hyperconverged portfolio seeing triple-digit demand …
Chris Mellor, 12 Mar 2018

Dell soups up low-end Data Domain deduper

Down in the Dell there is a new Data Domain box – a smallish, entry-level one – the DD3300. It is a 2U rackmount chassis with 3TB or 4TB SAS disk drives providing up to 32TB of usable capacity, said to be 1.6PB after deduplication (logical capacity) and data can be ingested at 7TB/hour using Data Domain Boost. If a backend …
Chris Mellor, 5 Feb 2018

Excitable backupper ExaGrid eyes IPO

ExaGrid says it's steering a methodical path to an eventual IPO unlike reckless cash-burning storage startups that fail or need to be acquired (rescued). It says its final 2017 quarter was a blast with record bookings and revenue, rounding out a record bookings and revenue year. It gained more than 100 new customers in the …
Chris Mellor, 8 Jan 2018
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EMC admin? Plug this hole before the holidays

Dell EMC has patched an SMBv1 bug in its Data Domain Deduplication and Data Protection software. It's probably worth your time running the patch in, if you can, because as the advisory explained, it's a memory overflow that could open a system to remote code execution (RCE). CVE-2017-14385 affects quite a few versions of the …
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Rubrik to hit enterprise with double whammy

Analysis Rubrik CEO Bipul Sinha says there are two ways of looking at backup and recovery: loosely they are hardware or storage-centric and software-centric. The hardware-centric view was centred on Data Domain. Its arrays were connected directly to data sources, such as databases, and took a data dump from them, deduplicating it and …
Chris Mellor, 11 Sep 2017
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Is that a Veeam in HPE's eye? IT giant may gobble backup biz

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is interested in buying Veeam, sources tell us. This sounds like speculation because it would be such a good acquisition for HPE – giving it the world’s leading independent backup software company and being, in a software sense, the equivalent of EMC buying Data Domain. However, HPE has recently …
Chris Mellor, 30 Mar 2017
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Ain't no party like an 80-plus-customer Cohesity party

Analysis Secondary storage silo converging startup Cohesity has added entry-level hardware as it reaches 80+ customers and 100+ US resellers. The existing scale-out C2300 and C2500 systems have 12-48TB and 24-96TB of disk capacity and 800GB-3.2TB and 1.6TB-6.4TB of PCIe flash, respectively. The C2100 slots in underneath these systems …
Chris Mellor, 20 Jan 2017

Brexit contributes to backup appliance sales fall

EMEA geography purpose-built backup appliance sales shrank 9 per cent annually in the third 2016 quarter, through there were pockets of growth. IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Purpose-Built Backup Appliance Tracker reveals that capacty shipped grew 23 per cent to 237PB over the same period. The report says vendor revenue in Western …
Chris Mellor, 12 Jan 2017
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Datrium: $55m burning hole in its pocket and raring to go global

Datrium has gained $55m C-round funding to grow its business to global scale. The startup was founded in 2012 by Data Domain and VMware vets. Its DVX product is a 2-tier design, revealed in January this year, and involving controller and data services software running in from one to 32 accessing servers, each with at least …
Chris Mellor, 5 Dec 2016
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Data Domain explodes into floods of cloud tiers

Dell EMC has extended its data protection products with more scalable Data Domain software, Azure support by Networker and extended cloud tiering. We're told Data Domain's deduplicating backup software is now available on Dell's PowerEdge servers. But it was before. What's different? It is now qualified in reference …
Chris Mellor, 19 Oct 2016

Does it even make sense to buy a VTL today?

Blog I’ve never been fond of VTLs (virtual tape libraries). I like deduplication but it quickly became a feature and is not a product. And lately we all want more out of backups, don’t we? Data Domain did a great job in building a brilliant deduplication-based appliance in 2001, but that was 2001. And, while it lasted, having the …

NetApp dropped the ball by letting EMC gobble Data Domain

IDC has published its quarterly confirmation that EMC’s Data Domain is crushing the competition in the purpose-built backup appliance market. The analyst outfit’s Worldwide Quarterly Purpose-Built Backup Appliance Tracker for 2015’s fourth quarter lists the top five vendors’ revenue amounts and shares for both the 2015 and …
Chris Mellor, 29 Mar 2016
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PernixData scoops new head of sales from Nimble

VMware distributed hypervisor cacher PernixData has recruited Mike Munoz to run its sales organisation as Chief Revenue Officer.* Munoz is stepping into a hot seat vacated by Ted Stinson back in July 2015, and he has a great CV: VP Sales at Nimble Storage – Feb 2010 - Nov 2014 Divisional VP Sales, Data Domain – 2004 - 2010 …
Chris Mellor, 3 Feb 2016

Ex-VMware CEO Di Greene drops mystery storage system box, dares you to open it

Diane Greene's storage startup Datrium is making its initial DVX product available, saying it is the first server-powered storage system which is not a hyper-converged appliance or virtual SAN. What does that mean? The big problem with dual-controller storage arrays is that their performance goes down as the number of hosts …
Chris Mellor, 26 Jan 2016
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EMC dives into Iron Mountain's cloudy backup lair

Backup, replication and DR services are being offered to EMC customers by backup bods Iron Mountain, thanks to it hosting Data Domain and Avamar replication targets in its data centres. Iron Mountain is a tape and paper archival storage service based in an old iron mine in Livingston, New York, used for growing mushrooms when …
Chris Mellor, 23 Apr 2015

ExaGrid giving rivals plenty of jaw-jaw

Harken to this, deduping back-up-to-disk system users: "ExaGrid’s largest system can take in a full backup that is 40 per cent larger and has an ingest rate that is six times faster than the EMC Data Domain 990, at half the price." That's ExaGrid CEO (and virtual chief marketing officer) Bill Andrews talking, and he's got a …
Chris Mellor, 22 Apr 2015
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This just in from our Chief SATA Officer: Tintri trio takes off to mystery startup

Hybrid storage array startup Tintri has lost three executives in one fell swoop to another upstart. The trio of leavers are: Edward Lee, who has been an architect at Tintri since Jan 2010 from being technical director and a principal systems analyst at Data Domain. Pratik Wadher, who was executive veep for engineering and …
Chris Mellor, 26 Mar 2015
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Datrium: Emerging from stealth any time soon

Comment Datrium, an upstart being developed by ex-Data Domain and VMware people, is gearing up to emerge from stealth; yes, it’s appointed a director of marketing. El Reg has been contacted in a non-committal way by Alison Deane, the said Director of Marketing, who joined Datrium in February, saying the new venture was taking shape. …
Chris Mellor, 6 Mar 2015

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