Gain control of copy data with Veritas Technologies Copy Data Management. Copy data sprawl is estimated to cost IT organizations $50.63 billion dollars by 2019. The risk of unstructured data access increases as the number of copies grow without the ability to control access to those copies. It’s time to take control of copy data, reclaim your storage, and return capital and operational expenditure, while driving innovation and implementing better data strategies that will enable operational agility while strengthening information governance. Do more with your copy data. IT departments are constantly battling operational dilemmas when it comes to enabling access to data without generating a myriad of copies of the same data (copy data sprawl) to enable the business. This challenge is known amongst the industry as copy data management. What if you could do more with your data protection copies? What if you could make those copies available for test and development, or analytics by simply deploying data virtualization technology? The new world of rapid data access.
It’s common to hear that test and development teams often wait days and sometimes weeks to obtain the data they need. This delay in obtaining data creates a time to access gaps caused by the complex process of requesting, gaining permission, and provisioning storage. Veritas Technologies data virtualization technology eliminates the time to access gap by providing authorized users rapid self—service access to data, when and where they need it. No more waiting, delays or resource dependencies associated with obtaining fresh data. Now you can accelerate application development with more accurate data resulting in improved efficiency, faster time to market, and a competitive edge. As business units’ requirements for IT agility continue to expand and diversify, workload administrators (i.e., database administrators, file administrators, and others) have become more involved in every aspect of data protection and data management. This trend toward more direct involvement is logical, considering the deep insights that DBAs have about the platforms and datasets that they are responsible for.
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Indeed, ESG research reveals the same dynamic occurring with virtualization administrators and managers of unstructured file storage systems. Workload administrators are becoming more influential and involved in the data protection/data management life cycle, which has driven an increase in their consumption of workload specific tools for data management. ESG is seeing an upward trend related to leveraging specific data management tools for non database workloads as well. Essentially, evidence seems to indicate that both role specific administrators and workload specific tools are rising in relevance. The broad—based activity of data management encompasses even from a single workload perspective — myriad copies created to support both data protection initiatives and non data protection initiatives (i.e., test—dev and analytics), not to mention the production copy used by the workforce. Unfortunately, while most of those copies provide business value to workload administrators, IT ops teams, and people across the organization, they often cause acute storage consumption problems and are costly to the business in terms of both retention and management.
Responding in an efficient and cost—effective method is even harder. Taking advantage of opportunities requires an organization to be nimble and agile. To support this goal, many IT groups have replaced traditional Waterfall development methodologies with agile practices. In this environment, more and more organizations seek faster release cycles. One of the main ways of achieving that objective is ensuring that test and development can get access to the right information, at the right time — not 3 weeks after the initial request. Data agility is critical in making this all possible. One hot topic that every modern business has on their radar for 2016 is business agility. IT organizations are dealing more than ever with a significant amount of challenges when it comes to being agile in supporting the company business objectives, but if there is one huge elephant in the room that I would like to address today when it comes to challenges, that is data agility is for business agility what water is for humans.
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Designed for your VM infrastructure. Get deep VMware and Microsoft Hyper V integration. Veritas has been protecting virtual machines for longer than some of our competitors have been in business. Years of API integration experience and support for the latest platforms ensure your virtual machines are always protected quickly, with reliable restore. Backup is a necessary burden: extremely useful when you need it, and something you should constantly optimize. Now you can reduce your financial and administrative footprint.
Veritas Backup Exec supports your organization’s cloud strategy and gives you the power to choose long—term, low—cost compute and storage. Virtual, physical, and cloud. Everybody says they protect it all, but who really follows through? With Veritas, you can. Veritas Backup Exec provides comprehensive coverage across the most popular virtual, physical, and cloud infrastructures. Over 30 years of experience has taught us what works and what doesn’t. Veritas engineers constantly certifies Veritas Backup Exec with the latest hardware and software. That means you can rely on Veritas’ compatibility expertise for fast and reliable infrastructure.
Your best defense against outages or disasters is a unified approach to recovery. No wonder business continuity is a key initiative for every IT organization. The best business continuity plans are determined based on present and future business needs, not just static IT requirements. Make sure to build your plan from a business perspective. Your best defense against outages or disasters is a unified approach to recovery. Choose a solution that works for all business applications, no matter what they’re running on or where they’re running.
Veritas Technologies software defined storage allows for faster application deployment and appropriate Quality of service with the visibility you require. All applications accessing data from the storage pool are considered equal by the infrastructure. But they are not—some applications are mission critical to your business. Veritas software defined storage for high performance applications leverages the use DAS architectures, achieving up to 400 percent application performance gains while reducing traditional SAN costs over 80 percent
HP Enterprise Helion and Veritas Continuity provides comprehensive managed recovery services powered by the HP Enterprise Helion OpenStack cloud. Your enterprise relies on information and the ability to access that information through business applications and partners. In today’s world IT based business processes are critical, with acceptable downtime and allowable data loss shrinking at the speed of business. Veritas Disaster Recovery Orchestrator enables businesses to automate and manage disaster recovery of Microsoft Windows applications residing on either physical or virtual machines to Amazon Web Services (Amazon AWS) and Microsoft Azure cloud.
Using Veritas Disaster Recovery Orchestrator to target the cloud for disaster recovery can reduce costs significantly, while helping you achieve stringent Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs) and Recovery Point Objectives (RPOs). Veritas InfoScale Availability ensures mission critical applications stay up and running against unwanted downtime. Veritas InfoScale Availability provides high availability and disaster recovery over any distance for your critical business services.
The cloud helps automate retention management and supervision while simplifying eDiscovery over unstructured data. Cloud based archiving services help organizations to reduce data retention costs, simplify compliance, and free resources for more strategic projects. Veritas Technologies Information Governance Enterprise Vault.cloud provides a Software—as—a—Service (SaaS) archiving solution for both cloud or on premises resources, such as Office 365, Exchange, Sharepoint Server, Lync instant messaging, or Skype for Business.
Are you considering a move from an on premises archiving system? Veritas Technologies has the technology and experience to help. Veritas Technologies has done it for thousands of customers. The Veritas Technologies Information Map renders your unstructured data in visual context and guides you towards unbiased, information governance decision—making. Visualizing unstructured data and provide an immersive visual experience for users to gain insight into your organization’s unstructured information.