Tag: aws

Recovering from a Data Disaster with Cohesity

Data disaster planning is an enterprise initiative that can stall quickly. In my experience these projects often become sidelined due to budgets, team time constraints, or struggles with managing long-term testing and upkeep of infrastructure. Being…

The Disaster Recovery Reality Check

Business ability to recover from a disaster is critical to ensure business survival and continued operations. Let’s dive into the business reality of disaster recovery and uncover how cloud can be part of your planning.

Don’t Let Hackers Hold Your Data for Ransom

We live in unprecedented times with the implementation of state and nationwide lockdowns. People across the globe are switching to working from home and collaborating in new ways.  Zoom, Slack, VPN, and Cloud are a part…

Top Challenges with Data Protection in the Cloud

Most enterprises have taken a cloud-first strategy to their data—meaning the data can now be anywhere from on-premises or even in multiple clouds. Depending on the cloud solution, enterprises may be left without any data protection…

Data Management for Outposts with Cohesity

Enterprises like the flexibility and scalability of the AWS cloud because they can quickly deploy 100’s of VMs, multiple databases, kubernetes, and other services in a matter of minutes in order to meet their business requirements.…

Deploying Cohesity DataPlatform Cloud Edition on AWS

In my last blog , I talked about deploying Cohesity DataPlatform Cloud Edition on Microsoft Azure. Today we tackle Amazon Web Services (AWS). Continuing this conversation is important because so many enterprises have been waiting to…

Deploying Cohesity DataPlatform Cloud Edition on Microsoft Azure

Since the release of DataPlatform Cloud Edition, many customers and other IT professionals have been asking for details about how Cohesity clusters are deployed on public cloud services such as Microsoft Azure and AWS (Amazon Web Services).…

Learn how customers are using Cohesity Cloud Edition on AWS

Enterprises are increasingly using the benefits of cloud infrastructure for secondary storage use cases that traditionally ran on-premises. When it comes to secondary data, a hybrid architecture can help customers get the most out of their…
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