Building a Hybrid Architecture for Data Protection and Long-Term Retention
This week we shared the news that Cohesity achieved Storage Competency status with Amazon Web Services (AWS), one of our trusted partners. We’re proud to be talking about this significant achievement for a very good reason: Customers!
Storage Competency status with AWS empowers Cohesity to become more agile when helping customers build a hybrid architecture, ensuring that their data is protected as they make the move to the cloud with AWS as their chosen provider.
451 Research states, “The core role of IT infrastructure managers is shifting away from adding capacity toward more effectively managing it. Some storage managers are now charged with handling an organization’s cloud storage capabilities – which is often a steep learning curve, and one that incumbent vendors can help alleviate by adding more comprehensive cloud-based integration to their offerings.”
You are invited to join experts from Cohesity, AWS, and our mutual customer, Lending Club, as they review and address data protection challenges currently facing organizations. Together these experts will walk through solutions enabling disaster recovery, and provide instructions for building a hybrid architecture for all your secondary data.
Patrick Feng, Technology Lead for IT Infrastructure, Lending Club
Henry Axelrod, Storage Solutions Architect, AWS
Sai Mukundan, Cloud Product Management, Cohesity
Click here to register for our Building a Hybrid Architecture for Data Protection and Long-term Retention webinar. Then download our solution brief to get a head start and come prepared on September 6th, 2018 at 11 am PT with your questions!
Until then, we’ll leave you with this thought from 451 Research on the benefits of a building a hybrid architecture for data protection.
“The interest in HCI continues to grow at a rapid pace, especially in the secondary storage space where there is an opportunity to streamline data protection and management. The availability of the Cohesity DataPlatform Cloud Edition on the AWS Cloud facilitates the creation of hybrid architectures for enterprises, that can enable them to address a variety of use cases including backup, disaster recovery, test/ dev, and application mobility.” – Henry Baltazar, Research Vice President, 451 Research