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Rubrik Unveils Major Update to Cloud Data Management Platform

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by Angela Guess

A new press release reports, “Rubrik, the Cloud Data Management Company, today announced the release of version 3.1 of its Cloud Data Management platform, enabling enterprise customers to capitalize on the economy and agility of the cloud, while leveraging rich visual analytics and enhanced security to protect mission critical data. ‘Our 7th product release expands Cloud Data Management to easily manage physical Windows Server, to deliver actionable insights from data visualization of the entire data management platform, and to secure data at-rest on Rubrik appliances with software-based encryption,’ said Bipul Sinha, co-founder and CEO of Rubrik. ‘Rubrik continues to rapidly innovate, helping enterprises provide on-demand data services, increase efficiency, and effectively utilize the Cloud. In 2016, we grew our enterprise customer base by 7x, and saw significant repeat business from customers expanding their Rubrik deployments into mission critical workloads’.”

The release continues, “The latest update of Rubrik’s Cloud Data Management platform greatly expands its enterprise capabilities including: Physical Windows Server – Rubrik continues to rapidly expand support for the platforms enterprises rely on most. For physical Windows Servers, customers can now leverage policy-driven, incremental forever data management, while providing global predictive search for instant access to file versions across clouds. This adds to previously released support for physical environments including SQL databases, Linux, and NAS. Rubrik Envision – Rubrik Envision delivers instant, actionable insights enabling customers to manage data at cloud scale. Customers can easily create, customize, and share rich reports for platform analytics around data management, compliance, and capacity utilization.”

Read more at Marketwired.

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