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Mary Jones 2016-08-22
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Actifio has added replication to its copy data management software, calling it StreamSnap.

StreamSnap is provided as part of Actifio's Copy Data Virtualization platform, which takes a copy of master data and can then generate virtualized copies for test and dev, protection, etc, thus saving the storage space needed for physical copies.

The replication tech uses this technology to squirt a virtualized data copy to a remote site for disaster recovery-type purposes.

The pitch is that other replication schemes, at storage array or application level for example, may not copy data so fast and so often, or recover it so quickly, meaning a longer interruption to a business' processing and operations.

With StreamSnap, Actifio says Recovery Point Objectives can be as low as 60 minutes.

Actifio bangs its StreamSnap drum about these points:

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Joe Richards 2016-10-20
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Comment Actifio's AppFlash DevOps Platform will run on Pure Storage's FlashArray.

The AppFlash DevOps Platform has been jointly developed by Pure and Actifio.

It marries Actifio's copy data virtualisation with Pure's hardware, and there are three pre-tested configurations to accelerate the provisioning and refresh of databases for faster application development and testing.

The setup enables "secure self-service to hundreds of concurrent dev/QA/test hosts, managing multi-TB-sized workloads, instantly."

Devops Platform 10 – to 10TB for small/departmental workloads

Devops Platform 20 – to 20TB for larger-capacity workloads

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Nicolas Yeager 2016-09-02
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Store your data bodies in a cemetery in the public cloud

Comment Actifio can store its virtualised copy data in the public cloud, calling its facility OnVault and saying it replaces tape and dedplicated disk data graveyards.

Its press release thunders away, saying that the term "vault" comes from the practice of locking away tape media literally in a physical vault for compliance requirements, expecting never to be used again.

More recently, expensive deduplication disk devices were used to store data for the long term.

Shall we mention LTFS for tape, Commvault software, Quantum StorNext, HGST's Active Archive and many, many other examples of accessible and accessed long-term retention data storage?

Effectively, Actifio is saying use our virtualised copy data store in the public cloud to replace on-premises, off-line tape and D2D backup stores for the stuff you need to keep long-term because you might eventually need it.

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Brian Williams 2017-10-04
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Data-as-a-service firm Actifio has bumped its virtual data pipeline, Sky Platform, to v8.0, extending its coverage to a crowd of public clouds.

The virtual data pipeline takes a master copy of primary data, and springs out virtual copies on request for test and development purposes, analytics, protection and other use cases needing secondary data.

It aims to prevent organisations having multiple copies of data littering their storage estate.

Version 8.0 extends Actifio's coverage universe further into into the public cloud.

The product is said to be native in Amazon, Microsoft, Google, IBM and Oracle's clouds.

There is data mobility between on-premises physical and virtual servers and public clouds.

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mahavir mete 2020-05-07

SummaryWiseGuyReports.com adds “Cloud Backup & Recovery Market 2019 Global Analysis, Growth, Trends and Opportunities Research Report Forecasting to 2024” reports to its database.This report focuses on the global Cloud Backup & Recovery status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players.

The study objectives are to present the Cloud Backup & Recovery development in United States, Europe and China.The key players covered in this study Microsoft CA Technologies CommVault Veritas Software Corporation IBM Acronis Actifio Carbonite Dell SoftwareRequest a Free Sample Report @ https://www.wiseguyreports.com/sample-request/4084200-global-cloud-backup-recovery-market-size-status-and-forecast-2019-2025Market analysis by product type Public Cloud Private Cloud Hybrid CloudMarket analysis by market BFSI Information & Communication Technology Manufacturing OthersMarket analysis by Region United States Europe China Japan Southeast Asia India Central & South AmericaThe study objectives of this report are: To analyze global Cloud Backup & Recovery status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players.

To present the Cloud Backup & Recovery development in United States, Europe and China.

To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their development plan and strategies.

To define, describe and forecast the market by product type, market and key regions.In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Cloud Backup & Recovery are as follows: History Year: 2018-2019 Base Year: 2018 Estimated Year: 2019 Forecast Year 2019 to 2025 For the data information by region, company, type and application, 2018 is considered as the base year.

Whenever data information was unavailable for the base year, the prior year has been considered.Complete Report details @ https://www.wiseguyreports.com/reports/4084200-global-cloud-backup-recovery-market-size-status-and-forecast-2019-2025Major Key Points in Table of Content1 Report Overview 1.1 Study Scope 1.2 Key Market Segments 1.3 Players Covered 1.4 Market Analysis by Type 1.4.2 Public Cloud 1.4.3 Private Cloud 1.4.4 Hybrid Cloud 1.5 Market by Application 1.5.1 Global Cloud Backup & Recovery Market Share by Application (2018-2025) 1.5.2 BFSI 1.5.3 Information & Communication Technology 1.5.4 Manufacturing 1.5.5 Others 1.6 Study Objectives 1.7 Years Considered2 Executive Summary 2.1 Cloud Backup & Recovery Market Size 2.2 Cloud Backup & Recovery Growth Trends by Regions 2.2.1 Cloud Backup & Recovery Market Size by Regions (2018-2025) 2.2.2 Cloud Backup & Recovery Market Share by Regions (2018-2025) 2.3 Industry Trends 2.3.1 Market Top Trends 2.3.2 Market Use Cases….9 International Players Profiles 9.1 Microsoft 9.1.1 Microsoft Company Details 9.1.2 Company Description and Business Overview 9.1.3 Cloud Backup & Recovery Introduction 9.1.4 Microsoft Revenue in Cloud Backup & Recovery Business (2018-2019) 9.1.5 Microsoft Recent Development 9.2 CA Technologies 9.2.1 CA Technologies Company Details 9.2.2 Company Description and Business Overview 9.2.3 Cloud Backup & Recovery Introduction 9.2.4 CA Technologies Revenue in Cloud Backup & Recovery Business (2018-2019) 9.2.5 CA Technologies Recent Development 9.3 CommVault 9.3.1 CommVault Company Details 9.3.2 Company Description and Business Overview 9.3.3 Cloud Backup & Recovery Introduction 9.3.4 CommVault Revenue in Cloud Backup & Recovery Business (2018-2019) 9.3.5 CommVault Recent Development 9.4 Veritas Software Corporation 9.4.1 Veritas Software Corporation Company Details 9.4.2 Company Description and Business Overview 9.4.3 Cloud Backup & Recovery Introduction 9.4.4 Veritas Software Corporation Revenue in Cloud Backup & Recovery Business (2018-2019) 9.4.5 Veritas Software Corporation Recent Development 9.5 IBM 9.5.1 IBM Company Details 9.5.2 Company Description and Business Overview 9.5.3 Cloud Backup & Recovery Introduction 9.5.4 IBM Revenue in Cloud Backup & Recovery Business (2017-2018) 9.5.5 IBM Recent Development 9.6 Acronis 9.6.1 Acronis Company Details 9.6.2 Company Description and Business Overview 9.6.3 Cloud Backup & Recovery Introduction 9.6.4 Acronis Revenue in Cloud Backup & Recovery Business (2017-2018) 9.6.5 Acronis Recent Development 9.7 Actifio 9.7.1 Actifio Company Details 9.7.2 Company Description and Business Overview 9.7.3 Cloud Backup & Recovery Introduction 9.7.4 Actifio Revenue in Cloud Backup & Recovery Business (2018-2019) 9.7.5 Actifio Recent Development 9.8 Carbonite 9.8.1 Carbonite Company Details 9.8.2 Company Description and Business Overview 9.8.3 Cloud Backup & Recovery Introduction 9.8.4 Carbonite Revenue in Cloud Backup & Recovery Business (2018-2019) 9.8.5 Carbonite Recent Development 9.9 Dell Software 9.9.1 Dell Software Company Details 9.9.2 Company Description and Business Overview 9.9.3 Cloud Backup & Recovery Introduction 9.9.4 Dell Software Revenue in Cloud Backup & Recovery Business (2018-2019) 9.9.5 Dell Software Recent DevelopmentContinued….Contact Us: [email protected]: +1-646-845-9349 (US); Ph: +44 208 133 9349 (UK) NOTE : Our team is studying Covid19 and its impact on various industry verticals and wherever required we will be considering covid19 footprints for a better analysis of markets and industries.

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Larry Johnson 2018-06-13
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Actifio said at its Data Driven 2018 conference that it would be expanding its long-standing alliance with IBM, with a new focus on cyber resiliency.

Data protector and manager Druva has bought a small Irish startup called CloudRanger to get into backup and DR for AWS.

It was founded in 2014 and has taken in, by storage startup standards, $1.1m in seed funding.

It is part of Egnyte Protect and is a software-only product, which is claimed to use machine learning to identify storage places where personally identifiable information could be located – credit card numbers, national healthcare identification, phone numbers, etc.

Administrators can move or delete files, or revoke access to them from within the Egnyte Protect interface.

When moving or deleting files, a stub is left to notify end users of the new location of their file.

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Jamie Goldstein Boca Raton 2021-04-03
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Jamie Goldstein Boca Raton is an experienced founder and investor in early-stage companies.

He is the founder of Pillar, a new Boston-based investment firm.

Jamie founded Pillar in collaboration with 16 of Boston’s leading technology company CEOs with the aim of building the next generation of pillar technology companies.Jamie was previously an investing partner for 18 years at North Bridge Venture Partners and has been instrumental in the formation and successful growth of many companies.

His active investments include Actifio (copy data virtualization), Plexxi (simplified data networking), Layer3 TV (next-generation cable), and O3b Networks (international satellite company providing internet and mobile capability to billions of people in more than 180 countries).

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Evelyn Fowler 2016-12-19
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Getting the first product out of the door is a validation of all the technology trend analysis and development struggle involved in getting from concept to company formation, funding and then product development, alpha and beta testing.

But now you have to compete for sales against established vendors, with no stealth startup glamour and company founder attention to alpha and beta customers.

Is the product good enough?

Similar reasoning was involved in the inception of database virtualiser Delphix, copy data manager Actifio, and secondary data silo convergers and protectors Cohesity and Rubrik.

Has Axcient got it right with its cloud focus?

At a press briefing this month in Silicon Valley, we were told of it making substantial progress, with some two dozen large enterprise customers, and demonstrating million dollar-plus savings/year for them.

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Sandra Wilson 2018-01-23
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Storage startup goes silent, scent of burned cash wafts from buildings

Primary Data, the storage startup offering a metadata-driven abstraction layer, appears to have gone TITSUP*.

An anonymous source also told us: "Primary Data collapsed and got shut down over the weekend.

Management wanted to buy off all investors and convert preferred shares to common.

"$100m of investor money is all burnt up and gone, with nothing to show."

A third confidential informant in the industry also said over the weekend something was certainly going on, and that Primary Data people had said they were not permitted to talk about it.

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George Comer 2016-06-28
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... we enable every business to run with the resilience and agility of the world s largest enterprises at one-tenth the cost.

Axcient claims that with Fusion customers get these benefits:

Secondary storage consolidation

30x reduction in data storage footprint with global data deduplication

10x reduction in network and compute requirements

30x reduction in data storage footprint with global data deduplication

90 per cent reduction in bandwidth consumption with in-line WAN optimization

Snapshots replicated to the cloud in as fast as 90 seconds

Less than 60 minutes from catastrophic infrastructure failure to full IT productivity

One-click, on-demand testing and development environments using real-time data

Customizable retention policies for regulatory compliance

Transport and data security with AES-256 key-based encryption

Fusion consolidates non-production IT workloads, such as data protection, business continuity and disaster recovery, test and development, archiving and compliance, data warehousing and analytics into a repository in the cloud; think Cohesity.

The single-click provision of test and dev environments populated with real data is similar to Actifio functionlity.

This is a significant software development effort by Axcient; it mentions more than 287,000 development hours and 23 patents are involved.

How soon will it be before incumbent storage suppliers start adding this converged storage use-case functionality to their offerings?

With other startups such as Primary Data and Rubrik and also Catalogic pushing this converged storage idea, the concept seems to have legs.

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Ehtesham Peerzade 2020-07-02

Market HighlightsA data recovery software can effectively retrieving deleted, inaccessible data, and corrupted data from any stored device, which is having high demand across IT professionals.

Data recovery software simplifies complex process that are involved in data from servers.Market Research Future (MRFR), in its latest “Data Recovery Software Market Share” report discuss different parameters influencing the market.

The data recovery software global market is estimated to touch USD 13 Bn against 12% CAGR by 2023.Reputed players in the market are availing back-up as a service model to their commercial consumers.

The rise in deployment costs can be a restrain on the market growth.

They are; IBM Corporation (U.S.), Oracle Corporation (U.S.), CA Technologies (U.S.), Dell Inc. (U.S.), Microsoft Corporation (U.S.), Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP (U.S.), Veritas Technologies LLC (U.S.), Commvault (U.S.), Acronis International GmbH (Switzerland), NetApp, Inc.(U.S.), Veeam Software (Switzerland), Unitrends Inc. (U.S.), Altaro (U.S.), Actifio (U.S.), StorageCraft Technology Corporation (U.S.), Micro Focus International plc.

The region houses numerous top notch companies and the adoption of modern technologies for recovery solutions can support North America data recovery software market growth.

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Val Strefeler 2019-01-07
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Roundup 2019 kicked off with storage action from Actifio, Exagrid, IBM, WANdisco and WekaIO, as well as some musical chairs at Mellanox, Weka and Virtuozzo.

IBM has OEM'd Actifio's Sky virtual appliance and shoved the technology into its InfoSphere Virtual Data Pipeline (VDP).

That plants IBM firmly in the copy data management area as VDP makes a master copy of production data from sources like Exchange, Oracle and SAP, and pumps out virtual copies for test and dev, analytics and other purposes.

This avoids generating multiple physical copies of data, which can use a lot of storage and take time to build.

VDP uses changed block tracking to keep its golden master up to date and has automated workflows plus REST APIs to speed data movement.

Disk array deduplicator Exagrid is bulking up its sales operations, and said it now has teams in 30 countries, with a target of 50 countries by the end of 2020.

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Jamie Goldstein Boca Raton 2021-03-10
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Jamie Goldstein is the Founder of Pillar, a new founder-friendly VC fund in Boston.

Pillar’s team includes 16 world-class CEOs from Boston's most well-known tech companies, including Wayfair, Rapid7, TripAdvisor, and DraftKings.

All are investors, advisors, and board members to Pillar’s portfolio companies.

Jamie’s vision is to change the traditional venture capital structure to better align an equitable and transparent relationship between founders and investors.For over 18 years, Jamie served as a General Partner at North Bridge Venture Partners (NBVP), focusing on software, data center infrastructure, wired and wireless communications technologies, and advanced materials investments.

Jamie’s active investments include Actifio, Plexxi, Layer3 TV, QD Vision, and O3b Networks.

Jamie is also an active individual investor; his most recent notable investments include DipJar and Desktop Metal.Prior to NBVP, Jamie, co-founded PureSpeech, a speech recognition software company acquired by Voice Control Systems and subsequently sold to Nuance.Jamie is a graduate of MIT in Electrical Engineering and the Harvard Business School.

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Ehtesham Peerzade 2021-02-17

Market HighlightsA data recovery software can effectively retrieving deleted, inaccessible data, and corrupted data from any stored device, which is having high demand across IT professionals.

Data recovery software simplifies complex process that are involved in data from servers.Market Research Future (MRFR), in its latest “Data Recovery Software Market Share” report discuss different parameters influencing the market.

The data recovery software global market is estimated to touch USD 13 Bn against 12% CAGR by 2023.Reputed players in the market are availing back-up as a service model to their commercial consumers.

The rise in deployment costs can be a restrain on the market growth.

They are; IBM Corporation (U.S.), Oracle Corporation (U.S.), CA Technologies (U.S.), Dell Inc. (U.S.), Microsoft Corporation (U.S.), Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP (U.S.), Veritas Technologies LLC (U.S.), Commvault (U.S.), Acronis International GmbH (Switzerland), NetApp, Inc.(U.S.), Veeam Software (Switzerland), Unitrends Inc. (U.S.), Altaro (U.S.), Actifio (U.S.), StorageCraft Technology Corporation (U.S.), Micro Focus International plc.

The region houses numerous top notch companies and the adoption of modern technologies for recovery solutions can support North America data recovery software market growth.

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vaibhavi latane 2021-01-12
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This presentation helps the user to know the small print of the worldwide market in a simple way.

It also offers ideas to the market players assisting them to form strategic moves and develop and expand their businesses successfully.Key Player Mentioned: Zerto, VMware, CloudEndure, Perpetuuiti, IBM, Veritas Technologies, Unitrends, Actifio, Carbonite, Infrascale, CA Technologies, SEP, Micro FocusRequest Sample Copy at: https://introspectivemarketresearch.com/request/13084This report on Global IT Resilience Orchestration Market provides readers with an insight into the market's worthiness and specific industries through approximate tools like strategic player market positioning, excellent investment proposals and Porter's five models.

), Asia-Pacific (China; India; Japan; Southeast Asia etc.

New participants and technology trends forecast within the market also are clearly explained during this section of the report.

Generally , the vast amount of market data available altogether markets may be a difficult task to narrow right down to the foremost important details associated with the business issues at hand.

This report can help companies and decision makers strategically address these challenges so as to urge the foremost out of the competitive IT Resilience Orchestration Market.

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Ehtesham Peerzade 2020-07-20

A data recovery process changes according to the storage device.The global data recovery software market is expected to witness a 12% CAGR during the forecast period.

There are various factors influencing the global data recovery market including the high dependency of organizations on cloud storage and a rise in the usage of computers and other storage devices.

However, a high cost of deployment of such software is posing as a hindrance in market growth.Competitive Dashboard:Some of the distinguished players present in the global data recovery software market include Oracle Corporation (U.S.), Dell Inc. (U.S.), IBM Corporation (U.S.), CA Technologies (U.S.), Microsoft Corporation (U.S.), Acronis International GmbH (Switzerland), Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP (U.S.), Commvault (U.S.), NetApp, Inc.(U.S.), and Veritas Technologies LLC (U.S.).The MRFR report has also covered some key innovators in the data recovery software market.

Some of these prominent innovators include Unitrends Inc. (U.S.), Actifio (U.S.), Altaro (U.S.), Veeam Software (Switzerland), Micro Focus International plc.

(U.K), Infrascale Inc. (U.S.), StorageCraft Technology Corporation (U.S.), and Carbonite, Inc. (U.S.).Segmentation:The data recovery software industry has been premeditated for different segments based on component, application, platforms, deployment, industry, and region.

The services segment is sub-segmented into managed and professional services.Based on deployment, the global data recovery software market is segmented into on-cloud and on-premise.

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Mary Jones 2016-08-22
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Actifio has added replication to its copy data management software, calling it StreamSnap.

StreamSnap is provided as part of Actifio's Copy Data Virtualization platform, which takes a copy of master data and can then generate virtualized copies for test and dev, protection, etc, thus saving the storage space needed for physical copies.

The replication tech uses this technology to squirt a virtualized data copy to a remote site for disaster recovery-type purposes.

The pitch is that other replication schemes, at storage array or application level for example, may not copy data so fast and so often, or recover it so quickly, meaning a longer interruption to a business' processing and operations.

With StreamSnap, Actifio says Recovery Point Objectives can be as low as 60 minutes.

Actifio bangs its StreamSnap drum about these points:

Nicolas Yeager 2016-09-02
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Store your data bodies in a cemetery in the public cloud

Comment Actifio can store its virtualised copy data in the public cloud, calling its facility OnVault and saying it replaces tape and dedplicated disk data graveyards.

Its press release thunders away, saying that the term "vault" comes from the practice of locking away tape media literally in a physical vault for compliance requirements, expecting never to be used again.

More recently, expensive deduplication disk devices were used to store data for the long term.

Shall we mention LTFS for tape, Commvault software, Quantum StorNext, HGST's Active Archive and many, many other examples of accessible and accessed long-term retention data storage?

Effectively, Actifio is saying use our virtualised copy data store in the public cloud to replace on-premises, off-line tape and D2D backup stores for the stuff you need to keep long-term because you might eventually need it.

mahavir mete 2020-05-07

SummaryWiseGuyReports.com adds “Cloud Backup & Recovery Market 2019 Global Analysis, Growth, Trends and Opportunities Research Report Forecasting to 2024” reports to its database.This report focuses on the global Cloud Backup & Recovery status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players.

The study objectives are to present the Cloud Backup & Recovery development in United States, Europe and China.The key players covered in this study Microsoft CA Technologies CommVault Veritas Software Corporation IBM Acronis Actifio Carbonite Dell SoftwareRequest a Free Sample Report @ https://www.wiseguyreports.com/sample-request/4084200-global-cloud-backup-recovery-market-size-status-and-forecast-2019-2025Market analysis by product type Public Cloud Private Cloud Hybrid CloudMarket analysis by market BFSI Information & Communication Technology Manufacturing OthersMarket analysis by Region United States Europe China Japan Southeast Asia India Central & South AmericaThe study objectives of this report are: To analyze global Cloud Backup & Recovery status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players.

To present the Cloud Backup & Recovery development in United States, Europe and China.

To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their development plan and strategies.

To define, describe and forecast the market by product type, market and key regions.In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Cloud Backup & Recovery are as follows: History Year: 2018-2019 Base Year: 2018 Estimated Year: 2019 Forecast Year 2019 to 2025 For the data information by region, company, type and application, 2018 is considered as the base year.

Whenever data information was unavailable for the base year, the prior year has been considered.Complete Report details @ https://www.wiseguyreports.com/reports/4084200-global-cloud-backup-recovery-market-size-status-and-forecast-2019-2025Major Key Points in Table of Content1 Report Overview 1.1 Study Scope 1.2 Key Market Segments 1.3 Players Covered 1.4 Market Analysis by Type 1.4.2 Public Cloud 1.4.3 Private Cloud 1.4.4 Hybrid Cloud 1.5 Market by Application 1.5.1 Global Cloud Backup & Recovery Market Share by Application (2018-2025) 1.5.2 BFSI 1.5.3 Information & Communication Technology 1.5.4 Manufacturing 1.5.5 Others 1.6 Study Objectives 1.7 Years Considered2 Executive Summary 2.1 Cloud Backup & Recovery Market Size 2.2 Cloud Backup & Recovery Growth Trends by Regions 2.2.1 Cloud Backup & Recovery Market Size by Regions (2018-2025) 2.2.2 Cloud Backup & Recovery Market Share by Regions (2018-2025) 2.3 Industry Trends 2.3.1 Market Top Trends 2.3.2 Market Use Cases….9 International Players Profiles 9.1 Microsoft 9.1.1 Microsoft Company Details 9.1.2 Company Description and Business Overview 9.1.3 Cloud Backup & Recovery Introduction 9.1.4 Microsoft Revenue in Cloud Backup & Recovery Business (2018-2019) 9.1.5 Microsoft Recent Development 9.2 CA Technologies 9.2.1 CA Technologies Company Details 9.2.2 Company Description and Business Overview 9.2.3 Cloud Backup & Recovery Introduction 9.2.4 CA Technologies Revenue in Cloud Backup & Recovery Business (2018-2019) 9.2.5 CA Technologies Recent Development 9.3 CommVault 9.3.1 CommVault Company Details 9.3.2 Company Description and Business Overview 9.3.3 Cloud Backup & Recovery Introduction 9.3.4 CommVault Revenue in Cloud Backup & Recovery Business (2018-2019) 9.3.5 CommVault Recent Development 9.4 Veritas Software Corporation 9.4.1 Veritas Software Corporation Company Details 9.4.2 Company Description and Business Overview 9.4.3 Cloud Backup & Recovery Introduction 9.4.4 Veritas Software Corporation Revenue in Cloud Backup & Recovery Business (2018-2019) 9.4.5 Veritas Software Corporation Recent Development 9.5 IBM 9.5.1 IBM Company Details 9.5.2 Company Description and Business Overview 9.5.3 Cloud Backup & Recovery Introduction 9.5.4 IBM Revenue in Cloud Backup & Recovery Business (2017-2018) 9.5.5 IBM Recent Development 9.6 Acronis 9.6.1 Acronis Company Details 9.6.2 Company Description and Business Overview 9.6.3 Cloud Backup & Recovery Introduction 9.6.4 Acronis Revenue in Cloud Backup & Recovery Business (2017-2018) 9.6.5 Acronis Recent Development 9.7 Actifio 9.7.1 Actifio Company Details 9.7.2 Company Description and Business Overview 9.7.3 Cloud Backup & Recovery Introduction 9.7.4 Actifio Revenue in Cloud Backup & Recovery Business (2018-2019) 9.7.5 Actifio Recent Development 9.8 Carbonite 9.8.1 Carbonite Company Details 9.8.2 Company Description and Business Overview 9.8.3 Cloud Backup & Recovery Introduction 9.8.4 Carbonite Revenue in Cloud Backup & Recovery Business (2018-2019) 9.8.5 Carbonite Recent Development 9.9 Dell Software 9.9.1 Dell Software Company Details 9.9.2 Company Description and Business Overview 9.9.3 Cloud Backup & Recovery Introduction 9.9.4 Dell Software Revenue in Cloud Backup & Recovery Business (2018-2019) 9.9.5 Dell Software Recent DevelopmentContinued….Contact Us: [email protected]: +1-646-845-9349 (US); Ph: +44 208 133 9349 (UK) NOTE : Our team is studying Covid19 and its impact on various industry verticals and wherever required we will be considering covid19 footprints for a better analysis of markets and industries.

Jamie Goldstein Boca Raton 2021-04-03
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Jamie Goldstein Boca Raton is an experienced founder and investor in early-stage companies.

He is the founder of Pillar, a new Boston-based investment firm.

Jamie founded Pillar in collaboration with 16 of Boston’s leading technology company CEOs with the aim of building the next generation of pillar technology companies.Jamie was previously an investing partner for 18 years at North Bridge Venture Partners and has been instrumental in the formation and successful growth of many companies.

His active investments include Actifio (copy data virtualization), Plexxi (simplified data networking), Layer3 TV (next-generation cable), and O3b Networks (international satellite company providing internet and mobile capability to billions of people in more than 180 countries).

Sandra Wilson 2018-01-23
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Storage startup goes silent, scent of burned cash wafts from buildings

Primary Data, the storage startup offering a metadata-driven abstraction layer, appears to have gone TITSUP*.

An anonymous source also told us: "Primary Data collapsed and got shut down over the weekend.

Management wanted to buy off all investors and convert preferred shares to common.

"$100m of investor money is all burnt up and gone, with nothing to show."

A third confidential informant in the industry also said over the weekend something was certainly going on, and that Primary Data people had said they were not permitted to talk about it.

Ehtesham Peerzade 2020-07-02

Market HighlightsA data recovery software can effectively retrieving deleted, inaccessible data, and corrupted data from any stored device, which is having high demand across IT professionals.

Data recovery software simplifies complex process that are involved in data from servers.Market Research Future (MRFR), in its latest “Data Recovery Software Market Share” report discuss different parameters influencing the market.

The data recovery software global market is estimated to touch USD 13 Bn against 12% CAGR by 2023.Reputed players in the market are availing back-up as a service model to their commercial consumers.

The rise in deployment costs can be a restrain on the market growth.

They are; IBM Corporation (U.S.), Oracle Corporation (U.S.), CA Technologies (U.S.), Dell Inc. (U.S.), Microsoft Corporation (U.S.), Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP (U.S.), Veritas Technologies LLC (U.S.), Commvault (U.S.), Acronis International GmbH (Switzerland), NetApp, Inc.(U.S.), Veeam Software (Switzerland), Unitrends Inc. (U.S.), Altaro (U.S.), Actifio (U.S.), StorageCraft Technology Corporation (U.S.), Micro Focus International plc.

The region houses numerous top notch companies and the adoption of modern technologies for recovery solutions can support North America data recovery software market growth.

Jamie Goldstein Boca Raton 2021-03-10
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Jamie Goldstein is the Founder of Pillar, a new founder-friendly VC fund in Boston.

Pillar’s team includes 16 world-class CEOs from Boston's most well-known tech companies, including Wayfair, Rapid7, TripAdvisor, and DraftKings.

All are investors, advisors, and board members to Pillar’s portfolio companies.

Jamie’s vision is to change the traditional venture capital structure to better align an equitable and transparent relationship between founders and investors.For over 18 years, Jamie served as a General Partner at North Bridge Venture Partners (NBVP), focusing on software, data center infrastructure, wired and wireless communications technologies, and advanced materials investments.

Jamie’s active investments include Actifio, Plexxi, Layer3 TV, QD Vision, and O3b Networks.

Jamie is also an active individual investor; his most recent notable investments include DipJar and Desktop Metal.Prior to NBVP, Jamie, co-founded PureSpeech, a speech recognition software company acquired by Voice Control Systems and subsequently sold to Nuance.Jamie is a graduate of MIT in Electrical Engineering and the Harvard Business School.

vaibhavi latane 2021-01-12
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This presentation helps the user to know the small print of the worldwide market in a simple way.

It also offers ideas to the market players assisting them to form strategic moves and develop and expand their businesses successfully.Key Player Mentioned: Zerto, VMware, CloudEndure, Perpetuuiti, IBM, Veritas Technologies, Unitrends, Actifio, Carbonite, Infrascale, CA Technologies, SEP, Micro FocusRequest Sample Copy at: https://introspectivemarketresearch.com/request/13084This report on Global IT Resilience Orchestration Market provides readers with an insight into the market's worthiness and specific industries through approximate tools like strategic player market positioning, excellent investment proposals and Porter's five models.

), Asia-Pacific (China; India; Japan; Southeast Asia etc.

New participants and technology trends forecast within the market also are clearly explained during this section of the report.

Generally , the vast amount of market data available altogether markets may be a difficult task to narrow right down to the foremost important details associated with the business issues at hand.

This report can help companies and decision makers strategically address these challenges so as to urge the foremost out of the competitive IT Resilience Orchestration Market.

Joe Richards 2016-10-20
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Comment Actifio's AppFlash DevOps Platform will run on Pure Storage's FlashArray.

The AppFlash DevOps Platform has been jointly developed by Pure and Actifio.

It marries Actifio's copy data virtualisation with Pure's hardware, and there are three pre-tested configurations to accelerate the provisioning and refresh of databases for faster application development and testing.

The setup enables "secure self-service to hundreds of concurrent dev/QA/test hosts, managing multi-TB-sized workloads, instantly."

Devops Platform 10 – to 10TB for small/departmental workloads

Devops Platform 20 – to 20TB for larger-capacity workloads

Brian Williams 2017-10-04
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Data-as-a-service firm Actifio has bumped its virtual data pipeline, Sky Platform, to v8.0, extending its coverage to a crowd of public clouds.

The virtual data pipeline takes a master copy of primary data, and springs out virtual copies on request for test and development purposes, analytics, protection and other use cases needing secondary data.

It aims to prevent organisations having multiple copies of data littering their storage estate.

Version 8.0 extends Actifio's coverage universe further into into the public cloud.

The product is said to be native in Amazon, Microsoft, Google, IBM and Oracle's clouds.

There is data mobility between on-premises physical and virtual servers and public clouds.

Larry Johnson 2018-06-13
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Actifio said at its Data Driven 2018 conference that it would be expanding its long-standing alliance with IBM, with a new focus on cyber resiliency.

Data protector and manager Druva has bought a small Irish startup called CloudRanger to get into backup and DR for AWS.

It was founded in 2014 and has taken in, by storage startup standards, $1.1m in seed funding.

It is part of Egnyte Protect and is a software-only product, which is claimed to use machine learning to identify storage places where personally identifiable information could be located – credit card numbers, national healthcare identification, phone numbers, etc.

Administrators can move or delete files, or revoke access to them from within the Egnyte Protect interface.

When moving or deleting files, a stub is left to notify end users of the new location of their file.

Evelyn Fowler 2016-12-19
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Getting the first product out of the door is a validation of all the technology trend analysis and development struggle involved in getting from concept to company formation, funding and then product development, alpha and beta testing.

But now you have to compete for sales against established vendors, with no stealth startup glamour and company founder attention to alpha and beta customers.

Is the product good enough?

Similar reasoning was involved in the inception of database virtualiser Delphix, copy data manager Actifio, and secondary data silo convergers and protectors Cohesity and Rubrik.

Has Axcient got it right with its cloud focus?

At a press briefing this month in Silicon Valley, we were told of it making substantial progress, with some two dozen large enterprise customers, and demonstrating million dollar-plus savings/year for them.

George Comer 2016-06-28
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... we enable every business to run with the resilience and agility of the world s largest enterprises at one-tenth the cost.

Axcient claims that with Fusion customers get these benefits:

Secondary storage consolidation

30x reduction in data storage footprint with global data deduplication

10x reduction in network and compute requirements

30x reduction in data storage footprint with global data deduplication

90 per cent reduction in bandwidth consumption with in-line WAN optimization

Snapshots replicated to the cloud in as fast as 90 seconds

Less than 60 minutes from catastrophic infrastructure failure to full IT productivity

One-click, on-demand testing and development environments using real-time data

Customizable retention policies for regulatory compliance

Transport and data security with AES-256 key-based encryption

Fusion consolidates non-production IT workloads, such as data protection, business continuity and disaster recovery, test and development, archiving and compliance, data warehousing and analytics into a repository in the cloud; think Cohesity.

The single-click provision of test and dev environments populated with real data is similar to Actifio functionlity.

This is a significant software development effort by Axcient; it mentions more than 287,000 development hours and 23 patents are involved.

How soon will it be before incumbent storage suppliers start adding this converged storage use-case functionality to their offerings?

With other startups such as Primary Data and Rubrik and also Catalogic pushing this converged storage idea, the concept seems to have legs.

Val Strefeler 2019-01-07
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Roundup 2019 kicked off with storage action from Actifio, Exagrid, IBM, WANdisco and WekaIO, as well as some musical chairs at Mellanox, Weka and Virtuozzo.

IBM has OEM'd Actifio's Sky virtual appliance and shoved the technology into its InfoSphere Virtual Data Pipeline (VDP).

That plants IBM firmly in the copy data management area as VDP makes a master copy of production data from sources like Exchange, Oracle and SAP, and pumps out virtual copies for test and dev, analytics and other purposes.

This avoids generating multiple physical copies of data, which can use a lot of storage and take time to build.

VDP uses changed block tracking to keep its golden master up to date and has automated workflows plus REST APIs to speed data movement.

Disk array deduplicator Exagrid is bulking up its sales operations, and said it now has teams in 30 countries, with a target of 50 countries by the end of 2020.

Ehtesham Peerzade 2021-02-17

Market HighlightsA data recovery software can effectively retrieving deleted, inaccessible data, and corrupted data from any stored device, which is having high demand across IT professionals.

Data recovery software simplifies complex process that are involved in data from servers.Market Research Future (MRFR), in its latest “Data Recovery Software Market Share” report discuss different parameters influencing the market.

The data recovery software global market is estimated to touch USD 13 Bn against 12% CAGR by 2023.Reputed players in the market are availing back-up as a service model to their commercial consumers.

The rise in deployment costs can be a restrain on the market growth.

They are; IBM Corporation (U.S.), Oracle Corporation (U.S.), CA Technologies (U.S.), Dell Inc. (U.S.), Microsoft Corporation (U.S.), Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP (U.S.), Veritas Technologies LLC (U.S.), Commvault (U.S.), Acronis International GmbH (Switzerland), NetApp, Inc.(U.S.), Veeam Software (Switzerland), Unitrends Inc. (U.S.), Altaro (U.S.), Actifio (U.S.), StorageCraft Technology Corporation (U.S.), Micro Focus International plc.

The region houses numerous top notch companies and the adoption of modern technologies for recovery solutions can support North America data recovery software market growth.

Ehtesham Peerzade 2020-07-20

A data recovery process changes according to the storage device.The global data recovery software market is expected to witness a 12% CAGR during the forecast period.

There are various factors influencing the global data recovery market including the high dependency of organizations on cloud storage and a rise in the usage of computers and other storage devices.

However, a high cost of deployment of such software is posing as a hindrance in market growth.Competitive Dashboard:Some of the distinguished players present in the global data recovery software market include Oracle Corporation (U.S.), Dell Inc. (U.S.), IBM Corporation (U.S.), CA Technologies (U.S.), Microsoft Corporation (U.S.), Acronis International GmbH (Switzerland), Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP (U.S.), Commvault (U.S.), NetApp, Inc.(U.S.), and Veritas Technologies LLC (U.S.).The MRFR report has also covered some key innovators in the data recovery software market.

Some of these prominent innovators include Unitrends Inc. (U.S.), Actifio (U.S.), Altaro (U.S.), Veeam Software (Switzerland), Micro Focus International plc.

(U.K), Infrascale Inc. (U.S.), StorageCraft Technology Corporation (U.S.), and Carbonite, Inc. (U.S.).Segmentation:The data recovery software industry has been premeditated for different segments based on component, application, platforms, deployment, industry, and region.

The services segment is sub-segmented into managed and professional services.Based on deployment, the global data recovery software market is segmented into on-cloud and on-premise.