Share On

Loading...
PROCESSING. PLEASE WAIT...
Data protection for Hyper-Converged Infrastructure

"Data protection for Hyper-Converged Infrastructure"

Hyper Converged Infrastructure: Data Protection Isn't a Snap

White Paper: Quantum

Hyper Converged Infrastructures (HCI) brings non-disruptive scaling, reduced complexity, and other benefits, but it requires a stronger data-protection strategy because hyper convergence brings new vulnerabilities. Hyper converged systems are a perfect target-one unique system to encrypt with a built-in replication to spread the malware.

For smaller companies with relatively few virtual machines (VMs), a Hyper Converged Infrastructure solution may be the only architecture their data center needs, providing the ultimate simplification. Some critical applications can also be hosted on an HCI, but designing an HCI to meet performance service-level agreements (SLAs) might be challenging compared to designing a more traditional infrastructure.

This whitepaper provides insights on data protection basics and its role in Hyper Converged Infrastructure projects. It also explains about how designing an HCI to meet performance service-level agreements (SLAs) might be challenging.

From virtualized to hyper converged environments- Understand data protection basics and implications in these environments

Hyper convergence- New Threats: Understand Data Protection and the Implications in an HCI

How to choose the right approach for your hyper converged environments

Array-Based Snapshots Are Not Backups

Hyper Converged Infrastructure: Data Protection Isn't a Snap
Login With

Related White Papers

Which ERP Architecture Best Handles Business Change?

By: Eval-Source

Service businesses need enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions that minimize the costs and disruptions of change, but most ERPs accommodate technology change more readily than business change. Announcements of most ERP vendors are focused on supporting new mobile device options, cloud architectures, overall technology platform and software interoperability. These newer functionalities are often add-ons that enhance a dated architecture or address a technology stack that was not built with business change in mind. Service businesses need enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions that minimize the costs and disruptions of change, but most ERPs accommodate technology change more readily than business change. Announcements of most ERP vendors are focused on supporting new mobile device options, cloud architectures, overall technology platform and software interoperability. These newer functionalities are often add-ons that enhance a dated architecture or address a technology stack that was not built with business change in mind

CIOs Guide to Digital Transformation: Why Data Holds The Key To Success

By: Hitachi Data Systems

Digital transformation isn't just a biggest challenge; it's also the best opportunity for IT pioneers. Data-driven digital transformation has the potential not only to address competitive threats posed by insurgents, but also to uncover opportunities for new business models and revenue streams. The key is for established companies to unlock the full potential of this important resource to fuel digital transformation and help to maintain their leadership positions in volatile and quickly evolving markets. This whitepaper provides insights on how to turn digital transformation from a challenge to a data-defined opportunity and the advantage offered by enterprise data. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: The Business Benefits of Digital Transformation The Top Considerations for CIOs, including advice from IT pioneers Five Keys to Digital Transformation Success

What is

What is Data Management ?

Data management is the development and execution of policies and procedures in order to manage the information lifecycle needs of an enterprise ensuring the accessibility, reliability, and timeliness of the data for its users. Data Management enables organizations and enterprises to use data in: Organizing the enterprise data, Storing and preserving data for future re-use, Making data ready to use anytime, Share data with colleagues

What is Enterprise ?

In the computer industry, an enterprise is just another name for a business; the term is often used to describe all the organization that uses computers. Enterprise is a term that encompasses small and big, private, public businesses, corporations, government bodies, and possibly unique sorts of business affiliations. You will often come across the usage of the word “Enterprise” when examining about new organizations and different organizations.

What is Data Warehouse ?

A data warehouse (DW) is a central repository or central database of numerous corporate information and data derived from operational systems and external data sources. In computing, a data warehouse, also known as an enterprise data warehouse (EDW), is a system used for data analysis. It is considered as a core component of business intelligence.

follow on linkedin follow on twitter follow on facebook 2018 All Rights Reserved | by: www.ciowhitepapersreview.com