Dell EMC presents new data backup and protection for IT teams

dell-emc-for-cioDell EMC announced a new data backup and protection solutions for IT teams to secure, back up and protect data against disasters and outages.

# Up to 10X faster time to protect than traditional build your own data protection deployment alternatives

# 20 percent faster performance than the closest competitor

# Four models scale from 34 TB to 1 PB usable capacity for max flexibility and choice

# Dell EMC protects more than 150 PB of data in the cloud, which is 2x the closest competitor.

# average 55:1 deduplication rate for data residing both on premise and in the cloud

The Dell EMC Integrated Data Protection Appliance (IDPA) converges protection storage, software, search and analytics in a single appliance, provides data protection across a wide ecosystem of applications and platforms, and offers native cloud-tiering for long-term retention.

IDPA also provides integration with key business critical applications and platforms for improved performance and greater levels of data owner control, including: MongoDB, Hadoop and MySQL. Dell EMC users can schedule and manage protection jobs, set up policies for long-term retention in cloud and comply with the protection SLAs.

IDPA will be available in four different models (DP5300, DP5800, DP8300, and DP8800) to fit the needs of midsize and enterprise customers, starting at 34 terabytes usable capacity at entry level and scaling up to 1 petabyte usable capacity at the high end.

Data Domain Virtual Edition (DD VE) 3.1 enables back up of both traditional and emerging workloads in Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure and efficient replication to, from and within the cloud.

Data Domain and the Data Protection Suite can provide low-cost disaster recovery to the cloud by enabling organizations to extend protection of their on-premises environments to AWS S3. Data is sent securely and efficiently, requiring minimal compute cycles and footprint within AWS.

In the event of a disaster, VM images can be restored and run from within AWS. Since neither Data Protection Suite nor Data Domain are required in the cloud, compute cycles are only required in the event of a restore, enabling users to capture additional cost savings.

“Dell EMC IDPA brings together protection storage and software, including powerful search, monitoring and analytics, provides coverage for a range of applications, both physical and virtual, delivers efficient and high performance protection and recovery, and extends data protection seamlessly to public and private cloud,” said Beth Phalen, president, Data Protection, Dell EMC.