Backup Storage Targets Need to Change to Keep Pace with Modern Backup Software

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StorONE CEO Gal Naor and CMO George Crump

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The next generation of backup software like Veeam and Rubrik is changing the way organizations protect data. Individual backup jobs are more frequent, smaller in size, and complete more quickly. These modern applications also can recover from a backup almost instantly thanks to their ability to instantiate virtual machines on the backup storage target. These modern data protection applications, however, require a more modern backup storage target. Legacy solutions focused primarily on deduplication as a way to keep costs low. The problem is deduplication forces compromise everywhere else. RAID rebuilds take days, making high density (18TB+) drives impractical, and recovery speeds, especially instant recoveries, are egregiously slow. Join us for our Tech-Talk featuring, StorONE's CEO, Gal Naor, and CMO George Crump as they discuss the new requirements of modern backup storage: • No Compromise Use of High-Density Drives • Read-Only Protection of Backup Data • High-performance recoveries • Future hardware flexibility • Beyond backup usability Pre-register today, and receive our latest white paper, "Beyond Backup - Modern Backup Software Requires Modern Backup Storage," available exclusively to pre-registrants.

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