Do you have to deal with data protection? Do you usually mess it up? Some people think data protection architecture is broken and requires too many dependencies. By the time a business needs to backup a lot of data, it’s a complex problem to go back in time to retrofit a backup solution for an existing infrastructure.
Fortunately, Rubrik found a way to streamline data protection components. Today, we’re talking to Chris Wahl and Ken Hui of Rubrik.
Some of the highlights of the show include:
Transform backup and recovery to send data to a public Cloud and convert it to native format
Add value and expand what can be done with data - rather than let it sit idle
Easy way for customers to start putting data into the Cloud is to replace their tape environment; people hate tape infrastructure more than their backups
Necessity to backup virtual machines (VMs) probably won’t go away because of challenges; Clouds and computers break
Customers leaving the data center and exploring the Cloud to improve operations, utilize automation
Business requirements for data to have a level of durability and availability
People vs. Technology: Which is the bottleneck when it comes to backups?
Words of Wisdom: Establish an end goal and workflow/pathway to get there
Chris Wahl on Twitter
Chris Wahl on LinkedIn
Ken Hui on Twitter
Ken Hui on Medium
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