DOES IT SEEM TOO PAINFUL to go through the process of untangling the twisted cables of legacy backup solutions? The time required to migrate data, the cost of new hardware, and learning curves for new software are all barriers on the journey to modern data protection. However, new technologies such as cloud, automation, and analytics have upped the ante for investing in a new data protection solution. A solution architected to exploit cloud, replication, virtualization, and analytics is quickly becoming the baseline for modern data protection.
In the world of backup and data protection some of the top modernization benefits companies want to achieve include:
Automated software currency
FLEXIBLE DEPLOYMENT OPTIONS
Flexible and pay-as-you-grow deployment options allow ADP to serve your data protection needs both today and tomorrow. ADP supports the top five cloud providers (Amazon Web Services, Alibaba, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud, and Microsoft Azure) for the backup source or target. Customers can backup cloud data to an on-premises data center, cloud data to another cloud provider, or on-premises data to the cloud. The second copy of data can be replicated from on-premises to the cloud, from the cloud to on-premises, or across data centers or cloud environments. Robust APIs and integration services allows customers to leverage existing management layers, while analytic insights provide both proactive problem resolution, as well as, backup operation metrics for data driven decisions.
CUSTOMER SOLUTION OVERVIEW: MULTINATIONAL AEROSPACE AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Aging infrastructure was negatively impacting the performance of the backup environment of this multinational company. The legacy tape system was creating performance issues and the IT staff were taxed to keep up with multiple backup solutions, long archive requirements, a growing data foot print, and strict regulatory compliance. The company required a hybrid design that would support on-premises backup for the data center and remote locations. They additionally required the option for both private and public cloud based backup for a portion of their locations.
- CapEx reduction of 50% and OpEx of 30%
- Enterprise data protection workloads delivered in the IBM Cloud
- Elimination of tape
- Eliminated EMC software (Networker) and hardware (Data Domain)
- Single management interface
- Automation speeds deployment and drives efficiency
- Analytics delivers better performance and customer insights
We now have current features and functionality that we were not able to deploy before. With ADP we can stop managing issues and turn our focus to exploring new features and cabilities.
— Systems Engineer, Public Utility