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Items Tagged: InMage

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Storactive LiveServe: Application-aware CDP will transform email management - Product Profile

Few CIOs would disagree that email has become a mission critical element in their infrastructure. Nonetheless, until recently, the data protection paradigm has lagged behind this “mission critical” reality with respect to email. Enterprise email environments should have data recovery and data protection architectures that reflect their criticality, in much the same way databases receive “special” consideration due to their mission critical status.

 

Publish date: 01/01/05
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EMC RecoverPoint - Product Profile

We are very excited to see EMC entering the Continuous Data Protection (CDP) market with the RecoverPoint offering. Initially focused on providing Any-Point-In-Time recovery for Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, and file system environments, we believe RecoverPoint puts EMC in an excellent position to capitalize on one of the hottest storage trends for 2006.

 

Publish date: 10/01/05
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SonicWall

As part of an ongoing strategy to expand offerings in the SMB IT market, SonicWALL acquired Lasso Logic, a provider of SMB-focused Continuous Data Protection (CDP) technology, in November, 2005. CDP technologies enable any-point-in-time recovery for application data. That move has enabled SonicWALL to add a critical new element to their offerings: disk-based backup and recovery.

Publish date: 02/01/06
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Continuous Data Technologies: A New Paradigm

“Continuous Data” has become one of the truly worthwhile and enduring new concepts in the storage industry over the past 24 months. To date, the term has been associated with “Continuous Data Protection” (CDP) given the focus of the early vendors in this market. However, continuous data approaches are applicable to far more than just CDP for backup and recovery.

Publish date: 04/01/06
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Kashya KBX 5000 Data protection Appliance

We have seen several key advances in the past year in the technology category known as Continuous Data Technologies (CDT). Defined at the highest level, all CDT solutions enable very granular data capture and the subsequent presentation of application data across Any Point in Time (APIT). This new approach stands in sharp contrast to the historical Point in Time (PIT) based copy-creating technologies that have dominated the data center, including traditional snapshots.

Publish date: 06/01/06
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EMC RecoverPoint

We have seen several key advances in the past year in the technology category known as Continuous Data Technologies (CDT). Defined at the highest level, all CDT solutions enable very granular data capture and the subsequent presentation of application data across Any Point in Time (APIT). This new approach stands in sharp contrast to the historical Point in Time (PIT) based copy-creating technologies that have dominated the data center, including traditional snapshots.

Publish date: 09/01/06
news / Blog

InMage Builds a Village with HDS to Deliver Their CDP Solution

The idea of being a one trick pony providing add on sales to the established major vendors has not proven as successful as the InMage team would like, so, it was time for a strategy change and partnering with HDS is just what they needed.

  • Premiered: 09/01/09
  • Author: Taneja Group
Topic(s): CDP Hitachi Data Systems InMage Program Product
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InMage Offers Cloud Service Providers a "Burst" of Energy

InMage suggests that users might spin up application test environments in the cloud, allowing them to reduce their own infrastructure for this purpose.

  • Premiered: 05/12/10
  • Author: Jeff Byrne
Topic(s): CDP Cloud InMage Virtualization
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White Servers from Intel Now Available with Tightly Integrated InMage Software

On March 19, 2012, Intel and InMage introduced a packaged solution at Intel Solution Summit that intrigued me. InMage, as we know, is a data protection software vendor that has been in the industry for 6+ years. Their software suite called Scout is essentially a server based CDP that eliminates backup windows and allows for very rapid (in most cases instant) recovery. Recovery snapshot capability is built in, as is replication, failover and failback. One product to solve both backup/recovery and replication issues. Over the past few years they extended the solution to include Windows, Linux, Solaris, AIX, VMware, Hyper-V and XenServer support. So what is a data protection vendor doing with Intel?

  • Premiered: 04/26/12
  • Author: Arun Taneja
  • Published: Taneja Blog
Topic(s): InMage Intel Scout Data protection