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End-point backupper Druva stuffs sack with another $80m in VC cash

End-point backup and data governance starup Druva has just raked in an $80m funding round less than a year after it pulled in $52m. Why is the VC community doubling down on Druva, with total funding now at the $200m level? The company is growing strongly,with 300 per cent annual growth in server data protection. It has more …
Chris Mellor, 22 Aug 2017
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Yeehaw! And welcome to another rootin'-tootin' storage pony wrangling

We've added a fair few thoroughbreds to this week's storage corral. Let's send in a wrangler and see what we've got. Aspera IBM business Aspera has issued a white paper on its FASP high speed transport direct-to-cloud storage FASP (Fast And Secure Protocol) provides high-performance secure WAN transport of files, directories …
Chris Mellor, 28 Jul 2017

Friends, we have a real treat for you. A roundup of this week's stunning enterprise storage news

A heady flight of storage and server news was served to our enterprise news desk this week. Here’s a selection... Acronis released a ransomware survey conducted in the US, UK, Australia, Germany, France and Japan. The results showed most users were completely unaware of the threat posed by ransomware attacks, and how to …
Chris Mellor, 7 Apr 2017

New disk drive maker? No such luck

The cloud and Big Data and Hadoop feature strongly in this week’s round-up of storage news, along with channel news. And, just for a moment, we thought we’d found a new disk drive manufacturer. But no, it was all tosh. Barracuda is offering a Web Security Service using Zscaler’s cloud security service. Zscaler can use …
Chris Mellor, 17 Mar 2017
Black hole

Storage marketing guru ups and leaves CTERA ... for whom?

A storage marketing guru has left security-focused, file services cloud storage gateway CTERA for a mysterious big data startup led by an ex-XtremIO techie. Marketing movers and shakers are bound to move and shake – just recently, CTERA took on a new marketing SVP, Tom Grave, from Catalogic. Grave had been Catalogic’s VP of …
Chris Mellor, 21 Dec 2016

Cloudy file-sharing cash rains onto Nasuni

Cloud storage gateway and enterprise file services startup Nasuni has had a funding round to grow its business further expansion in Fortune 500 and Global 2000 companies, meaning expansion outside North America. The startup says it has doubled the amount of customer data under its management to 12PB in the last 12 months. …
Chris Mellor, 13 Dec 2016
Tornado

This tornado shlurps data, stores for less, CTERA, CTERA

Analysis The Dummies' Guide to Cloud Storage Gateways for Suppliers says: "Cloud Storage Gateways are incoming data tornadoes that will suck up data from your on-premises arrays and splat it down on cheaper competitors' kit or, worse, send it to the public cloud forever." Just kidding. That Dummies' Guide doesn't exist – we invented it …
Chris Mellor, 15 Nov 2016
Grain silos by Scott Davis

Data-updater CTERA gets IBM reselling approval stamp

IBM is becoming a CTERA reseller to ship enterprise file services integrated with its SoftLayer, Cleversafe-based, object storage, and fully support it. CTERA provides a cloud storage gateway for file sync and share, and data protection, plus a NAS appliance. It has just gained $25m in a funding round; no doubt the VCs were …
Chris Mellor, 13 Oct 2016
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Data-updater CTERA handed $25m: Overheated sector could get NASty

Cloud storage startup CTERA has gained $25m in a funding round, following on from a similar one in 2014, and taking its total funding to almost $70m. It was founded eight years ago and has developed a cloud storage gateway and NAS appliance with sync and share and end-point protection capabilities, which it calls an enterprise …
Chris Mellor, 19 Sep 2016
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Considerate CTERA comes running to tell us of a Nasuni outage

A CTERA spokesperson kindly got in touch to tell us cloud storage gateway Nasuni's customers had an outage last week. Nasuni says you have to be a real service provider to have an outage. CTERA's spokesperson said: "Last week, enterprise storage company Nasuni, suffered a multi-day outage. This resulted in customers with no …
Chris Mellor, 23 Jun 2016
Garden_gate

Time to quadruple our cloud gateway capacity, CTERA etc etc

CTERA has upped the capacity of its storage appliance fourfold, stripped off the hardware to provide a bare-bones virtual edition, and re-engineered its central software to be more cloud-centric. CTERA launched its cloud storage gateway and NAS (network attached server) product in 2009, with the cloud part being back-end …
Chris Mellor, 25 Apr 2016
Grain silos by Scott Davis

Secondary storage, the missed opportunity for object storage

Comment I've had a lot of conversations lately with vendors and end users about secondary storage - the scenario is quickly changing, with new products targeting this space and more end users adopting different forms. Object storage crossed my radar a few years ago, and even though its potential remains huge, radical changes are …
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CTERA's cloudy gateway gets sync 'n' share bolted on

Life in the cloud storage gateway jungle gets tougher and tougher as cloud file sync 'n' sharers invade the storage gateway space. CTERA is taking on the file sync'ers directly. It's combined its cloud storage gateway with file sync 'n' share for business users in central, branch and remote offices, covering access from …
Chris Mellor, 12 May 2015
cloud

Terror in Cloudland? CTERA trousers $25m investment

Cloud storage gateway hopeful CTERA Networks has closed a $25 million funding round. The cash will go towards building out its world-wide go-to-market organisation. The round was led by Bessemer Venture Partners with participation from existing CTERA investors Benchmark Capital, Cisco, and Venrock. CTERA calls it a C-round …
Chris Mellor, 3 Jul 2014
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CTERA gets bitten by EMC's snake, develops ViPR compatibility

Deep breath: cloud storage gateway and cloud services platform product startup CTERA has gone and got itself snake-bitten – it’s now ViPR compatible. ViPR is EMC’s software layer to provide separate control plane orchestration functions and data plane services – such as file, block and object access – across its own and third- …
Chris Mellor, 6 May 2014
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Cloud storage gateway firm: Selling to end users? Meh. We'll leave it to CSPs, et CTERA

A briefing from folks at cloud storage gateway upstart CTERA revealed there was more to the firm than Reg storage desk had thought. CTERA was founded by Liran Eshel and Zohar Kaufman after experience running a company in the SMB network security area and producing appliances. Eshel is CTERA’s CEO and Kaufmann its VP for …
Chris Mellor, 10 Apr 2014
The Register breaking news

Ctera rocks up at BYOD party with big boy's cloud storage

Employees using their own laptops, tablets and smartphones under bring-your-own-device policies at work can securely access enterprise cloud storage facilities through gateway supplier Ctera. Ctera sells a Cloud Storage Gateway appliance through which an enterprise's servers can send files and backups to the cloud. This …
Chris Mellor, 4 Apr 2012
channel

Portal crossbreeds backups of earth and sky

CTERA Networks - a fledgling storage outfit based in Israel - has introduced a platform for overseeing storage services that span the local office and the so-called cloud. The CTERA Portal is meant for ISPs and other resellers who provide such storage services to small businesses and branch offices. The UK-based Optix Software …
Cade Metz, 13 Apr 2010

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