In this episode, Chris talks to HYCU CEO Simon Taylor and SVP of Products Subbiah Sundaram about the announcement of HYCU R-Cloud. R-Cloud is a new solution for protecting SaaS applications, of which there are around 17,000 in the US alone.
In this podcast recording, Chris talks to Manjusha Gangadharan (VP of Customer Engagement) and Kshitish Soman (Head of Product and Operations), both from the Lyve Cloud division of Seagate.
In this recording, Chris talks with David Ngo (CTO for Metallic) and Indu Peddibhotla (VP Products at Commvault) on how Commvault and the Metallic platform implement secure SaaS data protection. Customers depend on Metallic to recover from ransomware and other data loss scenarios. This puts more pressure on SaaS backup to be secure, protected and impregnable from assault. Commvault uses a set of design principles in its approach with Metallic that include; Security built-in, Certification, Air-gapped security, audit trails, multi-factor authentication, zero-trust methodology and early threat detection to achieve secure status. In the conversation, David …
In this podcast episode, Chris reviews the results from a recent project with Ondat, which examines the relative efficiency of container-native storage solutions running common database platforms on Kubernetes.
In this live recording from AWS:Reinvent in December 2022, Chris catches up with HYCU CEO Simon Taylor to discuss data management, security and protection.
In this episode of Data Unpacked, we talk to Subbiah Sundaram (Senior VP of Products) and Andy Fernandez (Director of Product Marketing) from HYCU. The company recently announced a free tier of the HYCU Protégé service for developers working in Amazon Web Services. Users can quickly get started and protect data, with the option to upgrade later to paid features.
In this Hybrid Cloud episode, Chris talks to Andrew Moloney, CMO at SoftIron. SoftIron recently announced HyperCloud, a bespoke hardware and software package for building scalable private clouds.
In this episode, Chris is joined by Phison CTO Sebastien Jean to discuss the transition from HDD to SSD. As pricing for the two media types comes close to reaching parity, this conversation looks at how the two media are evolving and how NAND flash SSDs are set to become the de facto choice for the enterprise data centre. The transition to an all-flash data centre has been predicted for some time, however end game could be on the horizon as soon as 2025 or 2026. The Phison blog discussed by Sebastien can be found …
With data dispersed across many locations that today could include on-premises, the public cloud, edge and co-location facilities, how can businesses ensure that data is in the right place at the right time, without the issue of creating multiple copies?
This week, Chris chats with marketing expert Gina Minks to discuss whether superclouds really exist or are just another marketing term.