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Cohesity Simplifies Data Protection with Extensible Secondary Storage Platform

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Cohesity, the pioneer of hyperconverged secondary storage, today announced the release of Cohesity DataPlatform Virtual Edition (VE) and Cohesity C2100 Hyperconverged Node products for remote and branch offices. Together with Cohesity DataProtect, the new DataPlatform VE product delivers an integrated software-only backup solution that deploys on virtual machines ideal for remote or branch office locations. Now, data can be consolidated and replicated to a central data center for disaster recovery and long-term retention with Cohesity’s intelligent, web-scale storage system, saving companies time and money. With the introduction of Cohesity DataPlatform VE, Cohesity provides the first integrated data protection solution that deploys from the edge to the data center to the cloud with a common feature-set and management interface.”

The release continues, “Enterprises are grappling with exponential data growth that includes both on-premises data centers and cloud storage, as well as remote offices and devices on the edge. Deployed on VMware vSphere, Cohesity DataPlatform VE extends the capabilities of the company’s hyperconverged secondary storage platform by providing consistent management of data protection and backup workloads across all sizes and types of locations, including remote offices, regional data centers, core data centers and public clouds.”

Taneja Group Founder and Consulting Analyst Arun Taneja noted, “With the addition of DataPlatform Virtual Edition for remote sites, along with the previously announced DataPlatform Cloud Edition for public clouds, Cohesity can now provide a unified, end-to-end data protection experience that spans from the edge of the enterprise to on-premises data center to public clouds.. This demonstrates the power of software-defined secondary storage to provide seamless data protection solutions across all forms of IT infrastructure that exist in the modern enterprise.”

Read more at Marketwired.

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