Joey D’Antoni discusses how taking advantage of modern infrastructure and automation techniques is something you can do to make restoring backups easier and more scalable.
IT professional and thought leader, Joey D’Antoni, shares why it’s critical to build a data structure that supports reporting independently of transactional activity to get your business users the information they need while letting your front line business operate as expected.
Companies these days have more data than ever. Even small companies can easily have terabytes of data. Employees need access to proper, reliable, and most importantly correct data in order to translate that raw data into actionable information.
The development of databases is hard and challenging work. While virtualization, and even containers, have made the deployment of multiple database environments faster, the limiter to the process is the time to restoration of backups.
Database schemas change more frequently than we care to admit and keeping up with these changes while ensuring that user data is properly protected is a big ask for any IT organization. Being able to offload those requirements to a software solution that will help with this process becomes key is making the process successful, repeatable, and documentable.
In this iteration of Gestalt Cloud News:
– Ben Kepes looks at if Oracle is actually a cloud company
– The On-Premise IT Roundtable discusses if cloud is more process than technology
– Eric Shanks looks at the fate of public cloud if net neutrality ends
Plus our usually selection of great community reads!
Keith Townsend 0f Virtualized Geek comments: I got into interesting sets of exchanges over CopyData with the fine folks of Actifio and Catalogic Software. In general, I’m a fan of the concept of CopyData software. Both solutions reduce the amount of production data on storage (which is up to 60% of all enterprise data) using technics such as […]
Day 2 of Tech Field Day began with data management startup, Actifio. The Boston-based software company just recently came out of stealth and were eager to discuss their technology with the Field Day delegates.
Gestalt IT is pleased to announce our next Tech Field Day event. The Field Day delegates will convene this week in San Jose, CA, engaging some of the most innovative and interesting IT infrastructure companies.