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6 Key Storage Requirements of Managed Service Providers

In this educational webinar, Arun Taneja, founder and consulting analyst at the Taneja Group, demystifies the alphabet soup of XaaS offerings and discusses the 6 key storage requirements for MSPs.

  • Premiered: 04/15/11 at OnDemand
  • Speaker(s): Arun Taneja
  • Sponsor(s): Pillar Data Systems
Topic(s): TBA Topic(s): Pillar Data Systems Topic(s): TBA Topic(s): MSP Topic(s): TBA Topic(s): XaaS
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Vembu StoreGrid Provider Editions

Vembu optimizes flagship product StoreGrid for its reseller and service provider customers who struggle with the balance between pricing, new product and services development, and go-to-market choices.

  • Premiered: 04/19/13
  • Author: Taneja Group
Topic(s): Vembu Backup Cloud Data protection StoreGrid MSP
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Vembu’s Optimized Solutions for MSPs, MHPs and VARs

Christine Taylor, Analyst at Taneja Group recently posted a blog on Vembu Technologies. In her post, Christine summarizes the growing trend of MSPs, HSPs and VARs market and the difficulties faced by them.

  • Premiered: 04/24/13
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: Vembu via SpiceWorks.com
Topic(s): TBA Vembu TBA SpiceWorks TBA DP TBA StoreGrid TBA MSP TBA HSP TBA VAR TBA Christine Taylor TBA Backup TBA Storage
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Company Profile: Vembu Technologies

Since its founding in 2004, Vembu Technologies has maintained a two-fold mission: innovate cloud information management for business users and accelerate the growth of the channel partners who serve them.

Vembu StoreGrid is the flagship product that offers simplified, flexible and cost-effective data protection services in the cloud. Its innovative architecture enables integrated backup and recovery across multi-platform OS’s, physical and virtual environments, and multiple applications. Vembu SyncBlaze builds on these capabilities with a cloud file collaboration solution that solves the growing problem of file sharing in a mobile workforce.

Vembu completes its product portfolio with customized editions of StoreGrid and SyncBlaze for Managed Service Providers (MSPs), Managed Hosting Providers (MHPs), Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) and Value Added Resellers (VARs). These specialized editions enable Vembu partners to offer multi-platform hybrid cloud data protection and content management to their SMB and mid-sized customers. Vembu’s customized support and business management offerings enable these partners to grow their customer base, increase revenues, and speed up go-to-market initiatives.
 

Publish date: 04/29/13
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Gridstore Launches Software-Defined Storage Coup d'Etat

GRIDSTORE, the leader in optimized storage for Windows Servers and Hyper-V that accelerates application I/O, today announced early access for GRIDSTORE 3.0, a revolutionary new software-defined storage (SDS) solution, architected to deliver improved application performance and the industry's first and only TrueQoS (True Quality of Service) in a pay-as-you-scale format.

  • Premiered: 10/01/13
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: IT Business Net
Topic(s): TBA SDS TBA Storage TBA software-defined TBA scale-out TBA MSP TBA Virtualization TBA Hybrid
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Compliance in the Cloud

Compliance in the cloud raises numerous questions: Responsibility for protecting this data resides with the business, the cloud backup vendor and the cloud owner, but most chiefly it's the business's responsibility.

  • Premiered: 03/15/16
  • Author: Jim Whalen
  • Published: Datamation
Topic(s): TBA compliance TBA Cloud TBA HIPAA TBA Jim Whalen TBA Saas TBA RTO TBA RPO TBA DR TBA Disaster Recovery TBA recovery assurance TBA data retention TBA DRaaS TBA VM TBA Virtual Machine TBA MSP TBA Security TBA data security TBA Data protection TBA SLA TBA VPN TBA Backup TBA Data Center TBA Cloud Storage TBA Unitrends
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Converging Hyperconvergence with Cloud: HyperGrid Rolls Out the Future of IT Today

A recent Taneja Group survey on IT infrastructure shows that Hyperconvergence is quickly becoming the preferred datacenter architecture of choice for traditionally oriented datacenters. Today well over half of IT decision-makers want to transition off legacy silo stacks of servers, storage, networking and complicated layers of integrating protocols into more seamless, more ideally cloud-like pools of easily and dynamically composable resources.

Furthermore, these IT organizations are discovering that in the transition to an on-premise modular, plug-and-play infrastructure they can also readily take advantage of hybrid cloud options and benefits. In fact, looking at it from the cloud side, HCI architectures are also attractive to many kinds of service providers who themselves desire a scalable, low OPEX infrastructure. 

The business and IT benefits of both hyperconvergence and hybrid cloud are undeniable. Who wouldn’t want better, faster, and cheaper? The IT dream for years has been to be able to host data and applications on-site as required, but when desired, transparently leverage cloud services – for cost optimization, bursting, DR, global access, mobile and web app support, etc.. Here at Taneja Group we’ve been looking for emerging solutions that demonstrate further evolution in IT architectures by further converging HyperConverged infrastructure with hybrid cloud operations.

Enter HyperGrid, a re-born Gridstore, delivering on just that vision.

Publish date: 08/31/16
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Upgraded AWS automation streamlines cross-account controls

AWS automation additions to CloudFormation and CloudWatch Events give organizations new tools to manage resources across multiple accounts.

  • Premiered: 07/28/17
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: TechTarget: Search AWS
Topic(s): TBA Amazon AWS TBA AWS TBA Amazon TBA CloudFormation TBA CloudWatch TBA Cloud TBA Storage TBA virtual private cloud TBA VPC TBA Private Cloud TBA Virtualization TBA MSP TBA Automation TBA Jeff Kato TBA Amazon S3 TBA S3
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HPE Brings Multi-Cloud Storage to the Enterprise

Companies in every industry and from every corner of the world are increasingly adopting cloud storage, addressing use cases such as backup, archiving and disaster recovery. More than 96% of organizations we recently surveyed are housing at least some of their data in the cloud, up from just 65% five years before. Firms deploying storage in the cloud are looking to increase IT agility and workload scalability, while taking advantage of a more flexible, pay-as-you-go consumption model.

But for enterprises and mid-sized organizations alike, the cloud journey nearly always starts on premises. A large majority of organizations still run the core of their business-critical workloads in the data center, supported by significant and proven investments in on-premises hardware, workflows and business processes that support key business apps and ensure maximum value to users and other stakeholders. Not surprisingly, IT decision makers tread carefully when it comes to considering public cloud deployments for their critical apps or data.

To get the best of the cloud without compromising current IT investments, a growing majority of decision makers are now focusing on solutions with hybrid and multicloud capabilities. Hybrid cloud enables them to gain value from the cloud from day 1, while fully leveraging their on-prem infrastructure. Under a hybrid model, companies can deploy selected apps that make sense to run in the public cloud, but still run a majority of their core business workloads on-premises. They can also employ a dev-ops approach to begin to develop and run cloud-native apps.

Multicloud takes those benefits one step further, enabling portability of workloads between two or more clouds. Organizations we surveyed are now working with at least two major public cloud providers, on average, enabling them to avoid lock-in to a single provider and to choose the provider that best meets the needs of each app and use case. Together, hybrid and multicloud offer an attractive and measured approach for companies looking to deploy some of their workloads in the cloud.

In this piece we’ll examine the customer journey to cloud storage, including some important considerations companies should keep in mind as they decide what approach will work best for them. We’ll then describe HPE’s storage platforms, which are built for cloud and provide a powerful and unique approach to multicloud storage. Finally, we’ll look at the advantages that HPE storage delivers over other cloud storage deployment models, and show how these HPE platforms are helping enterprises to maximize the potential of their cloud storage initiatives.

Publish date: 09/21/18
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JetStream Data Protection safeguards data on the cloud

JetStream's Data Protection product uses continuous data capture technology to bring data resiliency to the cloud software company's data management platform.

  • Premiered: 08/28/18
  • Author: Jeff Byrne
  • Published: TechTarget: Search Data Backup
Topic(s): TBA JetStream TBA Data protection TBA Cloud TBA Data Management TBA Backup TBA continuous replication TBA replication TBA Snapshot TBA snapshot-based backup TBA Virtual Machine TBA VM TBA vSphere TBA VAIO TBA VMWare TBA Virtual Appliance TBA FlashSoft TBA NVM TBA Data Migration TBA Hypervisor TBA cross cloud TBA Microsoft TBA Hyper-V TBA KVM TBA MSP TBA managed service