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Back up bod Druva paddles even further up the Amazon

+Comment Druva has nabbed a new Druva Cloud Platform (DCP) service gig for protecting, governing and looking into data in Amazon Web Services' Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Simple Storage Service (S3), Elastic Block Store (EBS), and the Relational Database Service (RDS). DCP is delivered as-a-service, working across AWS IaaS and PaaS …
Chris Mellor, 13 Nov 2017
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Quantum's rook-ey move, software pawns and is cheque in mail for tape?

Storage roundup At the end of this week we can lift the lid just a little on Quantum's mystery Castle storage project, say that the latest 12TB LTO tape format is coming nearer and add a few tidbits about GPDR, NAS in the cloud and Tintri array automation. Crossbar Crossbar showed its ReRAM technology at the 2017 SMIC Technology Symposium in …
Chris Mellor, 13 Oct 2017
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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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Canadian outsourcer CGI to Nordic BI biz: Fancy €98m cold ones, eh?

Canadian outsourcer CGI has made an all-cash offer for the Northern European data analytics firm Affecto. CGI’s offer is for €4.55 per share, which has been described as amounting to €98m and a 29.3 per cent premium, compared with the closing price of Affecto shares on the Nasdaq Helsinki yesterday. The move will give the …
Rebecca Hill, 22 Aug 2017
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The rice of cloud, avocado of virtualization and salmon of doubt: Let's eat storage sushi

We've got a few storage news sushi snacks to start off your week. Get your chopsticks out and lift up each of these little beauties to get a taste of who's doing what in the land of the data-baiters, virtualizer commercializers and the cloud crowd. Code42 Data protection supplier Code42 has partnered with cloud-based e- …
Chris Mellor, 21 Aug 2017
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It's once again time for your enterprise storage salmagundi of the week

Dive into this smorgasbord of lite bites, or light bytes even, of IT storage happenings this first week of August. Arcserve Arcserve reckons we didn't give it enough prominence in our story about Gartner's Data Center backup and recovery Magic Quadrant. It didn't just enjoy a minor change in position in the niche players' box …
Chris Mellor, 4 Aug 2017
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'We are deeply troubled by the ... depth of Toshiba’s desperation'

Round-up The week has seen an acceleration of NVME news - Aparna, Intel, Micron, and XIO - and cloud-related news as well, with Rubrik picking up a huge funding round. These were the headline items but there was a whole lot more going on and here's a representative selection. Code42 Backup provider Code42 is partnering with Okta, …
Chris Mellor, 5 May 2017
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BRB going for a storage dump. Ah, much better

TGI (Thank God It’s) Friday and so time to retrieve back burner storage news received in the week and bring it to the fore; Druva says its inSync product is now available on the Google G Suite Marketplace. It says enterprises can deploy Druva inSync directly through the G Suite Marketplace, making it simpler to manage data …
Chris Mellor, 3 Mar 2017

Take cover! Storage news barrage incoming

Incoming! Boom, boom and boom again – storage news announcements hit the wires in a relentless barrage. Here's a few we've received showing developments in data protection, cloud storage, hyper-converged storage, the dregs of flash memory and more. Acronis Backup 12 now includes backup for Office 365 and VMware vSphere 6.5. …
Chris Mellor, 10 Feb 2017
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All the storage news that's clogged our pipes, flushed onto the page

Here’s a bunch of storage news that shows just how keen our multi-faceted storage world is to fill up our inboxes. Cisco Live and the Microsoft Partners’ Conference have generated a few announcements while the others are independent of these events: Acronis has a Backup Cloud Extension for Microsoft Azure and Azure Stack. …
Chris Mellor, 14 Jul 2016
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Druva fills luggage with cash, heads to Japan

Startup Druva has taken in fresh funding to pay for expansion into Japan. The company's InSync products protect corporate end-points – notebooks and the like – and it has lately expanded to protect cloud apps. It has set up a subsidiary in Japan, building on existing reseller and MSP deals, and opened an office in Tokyo. NTT …
Chris Mellor, 21 Apr 2016
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Druva boxes clever

Druva has extended its base in end-point data protection to cover cloud apps Box, Google Work and Office 365. If you're working on your mobile smart device and desktop, Druva's inSync product will protect your data on that device. Now, if you are using Box, Google Work (Google Drive, Google Docs and Gmail) or Exchange Online …
Chris Mellor, 21 Mar 2016
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Druva shows us its DRaaS and it's full of BADness

Druva is adding Disaster Recovery (DR) functionality to Phoenix, its converged cloud-based data protection system for enterprises. Phoenix provides backup and archival of both physical and virtual server environments direct to the (AWS) cloud. It can now provide backup, archive and DR all at once. A differential backup is …
Chris Mellor, 4 Feb 2016
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Endpoint protectors spread wings, Druva flies into Microsoft cloud

Endpoint data protector Druva is adding Microsoft's Azure to its public cloud target list, adding security and sharing features to its backup capabilities and trying to appeal more to enterprises – a link with Microsoft is good news in that department. "Druva has quickly grown to become the de facto standard for data …
Chris Mellor, 2 Nov 2015
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The art of Rapid Recovery: Dell begins rebranding AppAssure

Dell is radically strengthening its AppAssure product with expanded functionality, rebranding, and an expansion into the end-point protection arena. AppAssure becomes the Rapid Recovery product under a Dell Data Protection (DDP) brand. The product is block- and snapshot-based, only storing unique, changed blocks with a five- …
Chris Mellor, 26 Oct 2015
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Teenage backup biz Code42 gets cash bonanza

End-point backer-upper, file-sharer and security monitor Code42 has just raised a huge chunk of cash to grow its business into the big time. Code42 was founded back in the stone age, 2001, making the company a relatively aged 14. In 2013, it took in its first funding, a substantial $52m in A-round. This was 12 years after it …
Chris Mellor, 6 Oct 2015
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Storage silo unification from file sharer ownCloud

Interview We came across what seemed like just another file sync and sharer, and sighed. Yet checking ownCloud's product out showed there was a lot more to it than that, which made us curious. So we asked Markus Rex, its CEO and co-founder, some questions to find out more. His answers certainly filled in the background and scope of …
Chris Mellor, 17 Sep 2015

Hedvig, Druva, IBM, Catalogic, Nutanix, Arcserve bang storage drums at VMware's rave

VMworld 2015 There's been a whirlwind of supplier announcements in the run-up to VMworld, which takes place between August 29 and September 3 in San Francisco. We've covered the main storage ones already, but a backlog of others built up. So here, for your delectation, is what the sexy sextet of Arcserve, Catalogic, Druva, Hedvig, IBM, and …
Chris Mellor, 31 Aug 2015

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