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Storage Power Plays: Check Out These 26 New Products

VMworld 2018 shows that it continues to be not just a major conference for cloud and virtualization, but also a primary showcase for the latest in storage products.

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Cloud Daddy Secure Backup

Cloud Daddy Secure Backup (CDSB) from Princeton, N.J.-based Cloud Daddy provides channel partners with an enterprise backup and disaster recovery solution for Amazon Web Services that includes backup, restore, and infrastructure management capabilities along with advanced security countermeasures to provide enterprises with holistic data protection for today’s cloud world. Introduced in June, it provides backup, restore and replication across multiple AWS regions and accounts. Users can manage and schedule backups, set retention policies, and restore individual files. CDSB was designed for multi-tenancy serving channel partners and enterprise clients of any size, ranging from SMBs to large distributed enterprises, public sector organizations and MSPs.

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Cohesity Helios

Cohesity Helios, a SaaS-based data management solution, lets customers see, manage and take action on their secondary data and applications globally from a single dashboard. Introduced just before VMworld by San Jose, Calif.-based Cohesity, Helios lets organizations consolidate secondary data and applications including backup, test/dev and analytics, and expand them to provide customers with access, visibility, and control across all their Cohesity DataPlatform sites whether on-premises, in the cloud, or at the edge. Customers can use analytics or machine learning to get advanced notice about additional capacity requirements, compare infrastructure utilization against peers, uncover best practices, test the impact of changes across all clusters before rolling those changes out, and accelerate compliance.

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Datrium CloudShift

Datrium CloudShift, introduced in August by Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Datrium, is a SaaS-based disaster recovery orchestration service for VMware that combines simple operation, low recovery point objectives (RPO), low AWS cloud cost, and end-to-end readiness assurance. The combination of Datrium’s single data stack design for both primary and backup data, together with its SaaS platform for hybrid clouds, helps enterprises successfully handle challenges plaguing most real or tested disaster recovery events.

 
 
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