Disk based backup
- August 01, 2007
The best way to protect valuable corporate data is to create one or more copies of that data -- backups. However, the burden of implementing a backup scheme that is fast, safe and cost-effective remains a serious challenge for storage administrators...
- July 13, 2007
IBM added virtual tape library and tape products for mainframes and says the latest version of SVC is 75% faster than the previous release.
- June 25, 2007
The latest addition to Quantum's disk-based backup line allows users to set whether or not the system uses inline or post-process data deduplication during backup windows.
- June 12, 2007
Long-awaited disk-based backup options are coming to NetBackup 6.5, encompassing VTL and data deduplication features.
- June 11, 2007
Overland has scaled up and Diligent has scaled down, as the VTL vendors focus in on midsized businesses.
- May 03, 2007
Austin Diagnostic is using FilesX CDP software to protect 100 Windows servers, but is eager for HP's BladeSystem to reduce network traffic.
- April 24, 2007
IBM has released an LTO-4 product and enhancements to tape backup offerings, including its VTL, but claims the jury's still out on data deduplication.
- April 11, 2007
Rumors are flying that IBM is in talks to acquire FalconStor to control the virtual tape library (VTL) market, according to industry sources.
- March 27, 2007
Gresham is newly marketing its VTL product to mixed U.S. reviews, and Australian file management player Moonwalk is inching its way onto U.S. radar screens.
- March 19, 2007
The REO 1500 is the first hardware refresh for the low-end VTL product in two years as Overland moves ahead without its former OEM partners.
- January 29, 2007
Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4, released this week, establishes a disk cache for most recently backed-up files, improving the slow restore times associated with the product.
- January 04, 2007
NEC is gearing up to launch Hydrastor, a disk-based backup appliance that offers grid-like features for scalability, along with deduplication and compression.
- January 03, 2007
Brian Peterson, storage architect for a Midwest-based Fortune 100 company, says better data management and business processes will be the main goal in 2007.
- December 22, 2006
Many who work in the field of data protection will attest that 2006 was one of the better years that they have seen in a long time.
- December 19, 2006
The Defense Contract Management Agency is betting that data deduplication will be ready to help it deal with disk backup growth at its next technology refresh in 18 months.