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Safeguard your unstructured data on NAS systems from NetApp, Dell EMC, Pure Storage, IBM, and more. Get enterprise protection, AI-powered ransomware detection, and instant recovery from any point in time.
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Cohesity’s backup-as-a-service offering enables us to protect our valuable user data without having to purchase a lot of extra storage infrastructure upfront. Since we didn’t need to procure any hardware, we were up and running on the Cohesity BaaS offering within an hour."
After the ransomware attack, Cohesity really saved us. We were able to quickly restore critical servers from Cohesity backups on AWS. Teachers taught online classes the very next day as usual, and we didn’t miss payroll."
Director of Application Support, Spring Independent School District
It would take our team a day and a half to restore all of the major servers requested by the auditors, and then document everything to create an audit trail.With Cohesity, it takes just a few minutes to create a clone, start the servers, take all of the snapshots, and document the test. The entire process is now done in just a few hours."
Since deploying Cohesity’s scalable backup and recovery solution, WestLotto has shrunk the recovery time for a mission-critical gaming transaction server from over 24 hours to a little more than 15 minutes."
Cohesity named a Leader in the 2023 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Enterprise Backup and Recovery Software Solutions
Physical server backup is the process of protecting and securing data from physical servers—such as Windows, Linux, and Unix—so you can recover from outages or leverage backups for development, testing, or analytics.
A physical server backup solution will protect users’ data and a broad range of enterprise applications, and enable recovery anywhere, anytime. A good physical server backup solution should help meet your organization’s data retention, data privacy, and business requirements cost- effectively while making it quick and easy to access backups for recovery and secondary purposes.
Today’s enterprises deploy and manage physical servers running Windows, Linux, Unix, and other operating systems across many locations to support their most critical business functions. This makes choosing the right physical server backup solution critical. The goal is to protect physical servers from data loss and long-term outages, which can incur significant financial and productivity costs.
A cost-effective and reliable backup and recovery solution for physical servers is even more important because enterprises face many data challenges, including:
Data growth: Growing volumes of data increase the complexity and cost of backup and recovery for physical servers.
Regulatory changes: Ever-changing compliance mandates like HIPAA, GDPR, and PCI make Microsoft physical servers backups considerably more complex.
Increasing costs: The more data organizations have, the more the business has to pay for bandwidth, storage, and data management.
Slow backups and restores: As data grows, backups and restores take longer to complete, and performance can degrade significantly.
More complex environments: Enterprise businesses store and access data across many locations, including on-prem, edge, and cloud, complicating the management, security, and protection of data across all these environments.