A roundup of the data protection, backup and recovery, business continuity and disaster recovery announcements made at this weeks VMworld conference.
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The new DXi6700 with deduplication takes on the EMC Data Domain DD670.
Five years removed from Katrina, many government agencies are investigating what they can do to keep operations up and running during a major disruption such as a hurricane.
The company claims its Data Protect service obsoletes traditional backups and improves enterprise data integrity at a fraction of the cost.
The Storage Networking Industry Association is focusing on defining best practices for cloud-based backup and recovery.
Storage software startup Actifio is trying to do for data management what virtualization did for servers.
Symantec and VMware team up for application availability and storage optimization in virtual environments.
The latest version of Continuity Softwares enterprise-class DR/HA testing and monitoring software promises to bring business continuity to the private cloud.
Seagates cloud-based services arm, i365, has expanded its cloud server recovery service to support heterogeneous operating systems.
Backup appliances based on open source software have potential advantages over traditional backup software or in-house scripts.
Storage virtualization startup Pancetera is out to optimize I/O for backup, replication, security scanning, and WAN mobility in virtual machine environments.
Geminare has rewritten its cloud archiving software to include an indexing engine that can be integrated with major public cloud storage platforms.
Oracle added LTO-5 tape support to its StorageTek tape libraries and drives, boosting its biggest library system to 150PB of capacity.
Dell made a move to acquire storage optimization specialist Ocarina Networks on Monday that raised a number of questions about the companys plans for data deduplication.
EMC (NYSE:EMC) today unveiled a range of upgrades for its backup systems, including a new Data Domain system, a deduplication expansion option for the EMC Disk Library for Mainframes and increased capacity points for the Disk Library series.
EMC unveils the latest version of Storage Configuration Advisor and shuts down its Atmos cloud storage service.
High-end tape storage is the most reliable enterprise storage media, orders of magnitude better than SAS drives, so why can't it be put to better use?
The new HydraStor HS3-210 offers midrange storage users inline deduplication starting at $40,000.
The data storage startup says its Next3 file system goes well beyond Linux's snapshot capabilities.
Symantec has combined its data backup and security products for small businesses.
Double-Take and its 20,000 customers will become part of Vision Solutions.
Several open source storage vendors have incorporated data deduplication into their solutions, with positive results and low price tags. Are they a match for proprietary solutions?
Oracle is reassuring its Sun StorageTek data tape customers of its long-term commitment to the technology.
The software giant continues to add data storage, protection and compliance features to Exchange 2010.
EMC has taken its first step toward global deduplication with the dual-controller Global Deduplication Array.