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Veeam holds its hands up, admits database leak was plain 'complacency'

Veeam has blamed "human error" for the exposure of a marketing database containing millions of names and email addresses. The unencrypted MongoDB resource was left open for anyone to view after a migration between different AWS systems, Peter McKay, co-CEO and president at Veeam, told The Register. The resource – which wasn't …
John Leyden, 14 Sep 2018
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Back up a minute: Veeam database config snafu exposed millions of customer records

A misconfigured server at data recovery and backup firm Veeam exposed millions of email addresses. Close up of tangled tape Reel talk: You know what's safely offline? Tape. Data protection outfit Veeam inks deal with Quantum READ MORE Security researcher Bob Diachenko discovered the 200GB cache of email addresses, names and …
John Leyden, 12 Sep 2018
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StorageCraft sounds like an arty handmade set of drawers – but it's spun up a Cohesity-Rubrik type box for small biz

StorageCraft has flung a converged scale-out box at small and medium businesses – in the hope that there's room in the market for Cohesity and Rubrik-style enterprise storage and data protection for those with a modest budget. The firm has pitched its OneXafe box as a converged scale-out storage and data protection system for …
Chris Mellor, 23 Aug 2018
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Reel talk: You know what's safely offline? Tape. Data protection outfit Veeam inks deal with Quantum

Data protection firm Veeam has forged an alliance with one of the oldest data protection technologies of all – tape. Tape storage outfit Quantum and Veeam said the latter's backup software can send data to tape via a dedicated external physical server, which hosts Veeam's tape server. This physical server has to be sized, …
Chris Mellor, 14 Aug 2018
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Flash, spinning rust, cloud 'n' tape. Squeeze. Oof. Hyperconverge our storage suitcase, would you?

Ready to unzip this densely packed storage news suitcase? We've got a bulging information-fest with all that's worth knowing from the past week, ranging from SSDs through disks to public and private clouds. We'll run thorough it alphabetically and start with big boss storage supplier Dell EMC. Dell EMC Dell EMC now has an all …
Chris Mellor, 24 Jul 2018
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Excited Exagrid embarks express earnings expansion, experiences enterprise enlargement

Data protecting deduper to disk Exagrid notched up yet another quarter of over 20 per cent revenue growth for its 2018 second quarter. Actually it was 22 per cent and applied to revenue and bookings. The growth factor was 20 per cent in the first 2018 quarter, 20 per cent in the final 2017 quarter, and 20 per cent for the full …
Chris Mellor, 16 Jul 2018
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Veeam thinks it has found backup nirvana, hoses customers with 'hyper-availability' hyperbole

Veeam customers have been hit by a wave of "hyper-availability" hyperbole. The data protection outfit insisted businesses need to move from insurance-based, reactive data backup to a more behaviour-based system – its Veeam Hyper-Availability Platform (VHAP). The concept was introduced at its VeeamON 2018 customer conference …
Chris Mellor, 16 May 2018
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Unitrends squares up to Veeam in the VMware backup arena for SMBs

Unitrends said it has targeted SMB admins with a VM Backup Essentials product that competes with Veeam's offerings. vBE is aimed at the six-sockets-or-less environment, "simplified" and priced for the VMware admin, at $105 per socket per year. It said this includes virtual backup software, ransomware protection and integrated …
Chris Mellor, 1 May 2018

VCs palm Igneous $15m to give its Arm-powered backup boxen a leg up

Some $15m has just been shoveled into Igneous Systems by venture capitalists to further develop the upstart's Arm-powered petabyte-scale unstructured data backup, archive and storage box that has a public cloud backend. The on-premises gear is a collection of nano-servers – disk drives with Arm CPUs strapped to them. The …
Chris Mellor, 30 Jan 2018

DRAM, it's good to be in storage... for some

So after a week of replicating, virtualising, backing up and inhaling and puffing out data to the cloud it is time to check what has been happening in the land of storage. We have news on Portworx and HPE, Pure Storage, SK Hynix, SpectraLogic, StorMagic, plus snippets on Gridgain, Snowflake and Virtual Instruments... Grab a …
Chris Mellor, 29 Jan 2018
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Veeam buys AWS EC2 instance backup and recovery biz

Veeam has announced the acquisition of N2WS, an IaaS startup, whose board includes Veeam co-founder and President Ratmir Timashev, for $42.5mn cash. It said N2WS was the main provider of cloud-native enterprise backup and disaster recovery for Amazon Web Services (AWS), which makes it the main public cloud backup and DR IaaS …
Chris Mellor, 16 Jan 2018
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Veeam's reverse-IBM, the rebrands, the new hires, and... DRAM, what's that, Samsung?

After multiple, multiple quarters of doing a reverse IBM and growing revenues quarter after quarter after quarter, Veeam has been beaming about having grown revenues some more. If you are not totally dazzled by this, then there's still more in our weekly collection of storage treasures, such as Kroll Ontrack rebranding - …
Chris Mellor, 12 Jan 2018
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Back off, legacy intruders: Veeam updates backup offering, adds one tool-to-rule

Veeam has extended its backup product (Veeam Availability Suite or VAS) coverage with update 3 to v9.5. The update brings: Built-in management for Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows 2.1 and Veeam Agent for Linux v2 IBM Spectrum Virtualise integration, extending Veeam storage snapshot integration capabilities to IBM Storwize …
Chris Mellor, 21 Dec 2017

CEO: 'Claying the ongoing continuous chaos of info into one logical masterpiece'

We start this week's collection of storage news with the marketing buzzwords of the month award, which goes to startup Panoply for outstanding excellence. Panoply emerged from stealth in late 2016 and now wants to announce general availability of its data warehouse product. It exclaims that, after four decades of stagnation in …
Chris Mellor, 21 Nov 2017
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One banana of backup, 2 container crabapples, a fig of flash: It's a storage smoothie

We've peeled the storage news fruit, cut off the rough edges, discarded the excess verbiage bits and blended them into a smoothie. Grab a napkin and tuck in, because a lot has happened over the past week. HPE HPE has released OneView 4.0, which it claims provides: Scope-based access control provides a very granular level of …
Chris Mellor, 8 Nov 2017
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Comtrade's latest HYCU release tightens bear hug around Nutanix

+Comment Comtrade's HYCU product snuggled up to Nutanix as its most friendly data protection platform. The latest release sidles even closer with a great big Nutanix bearhug. The release features: ESX hypervisor support, with same interface and look and feel for Acropolis Hypervisor (AHV) Deeper support for Microsoft Exchange with …
Chris Mellor, 7 Nov 2017
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Woah, backup a mo. You mean Veeam now has 4,000 NetApp resellers flinging its software?

NetApp is reselling Veeam data protection software. Veeam Availability Suite and Backup & Replication will be available with NetApp E-series, AltaVault, ONTAP, All-Flash FAS, and hybrid cloud product offerings, sold by NetApp directly or through its channel. That means Veeam products are now on NetApp's price list and around …
Chris Mellor, 6 Oct 2017
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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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