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Lift and Shift Backup and Disaster Recovery Scenario for Google Cloud: Step by Step Guide
There are many new challenges, and reasons, to migrate workloads to the cloud. Especially for public cloud, like Google Cloud Platform. Whether it is for backup, disaster recovery, or production in the cloud, you should be able to leverage the cloud platform to solve your technology challenges. In this step-by-step guide, we outline how GCP is positioned to be one of the easiest cloud platforms for app development. And, the critical role data protection as-as-service (DPaaS) can play.

There are many new challenges, and reasons, to migrate workloads to the cloud.

For example, here are four of the most popular:

  • Analytics and Machine learning (ML) are everywhere. Once you have your data in a cloud platform like Google Cloud Platform, you can leverage their APIs to run analytics and ML on everything.
  • Kubernetes is powerful and scalable, but transitioning legacy apps to Kubernetes can be daunting.
  • SAP HANA is a secret weapon. With high mem instances in the double digit TeraBytes migrating SAP to a cloud platform is easier than ever.
  • Serverless is the future for application development. With CloudSQL, Big Query, and all the other serverless solutions, cloud platforms like GCP are well positioned to be the easiest platform for app development.

Whether it is for backup, disaster recovery, or production in the cloud, you should be able to leverage the cloud platform to solve your technology challenges. In this step-by-step guide, we outline how GCP is positioned to be one of the easiest cloud platforms for app development. And, the critical role data protection as-as-service (DPaaS) can play.

NexentaStor Adds NAS Capabilities to HCI or Block Storage Systems
Companies are adopting new enterprise architecture options (virtualized environments, block-only storage, HCI) to improve performance & simplify deployments. However, over time there is a need to expand the workloads- challenges arise due to not having file-based storage services. This white paper provides insight on how Nexenta by DDN enables these modern architectures to flourish with simplicity to help you grow your business by providing complementary NAS & hybrid public cloud capabilities.
Companies are adopting new enterprise architecture options (virtualized environments, block-only storage, HCI) to improve performance & simplify deployments. However, over time there is a need to expand the workloads- challenges arise due to not having file-based storage services. This white paper provides insight on how Nexenta by DDN enables these modern architectures to flourish with simplicity to help you grow your business by providing complementary NAS & hybrid public cloud capabilities.
Gartner 2019 Magic Quadrant for Cloud Management Platforms
Learn why Morpheus Data was named a Leader in the 2019 Magic Quadrant for Cloud Management Platforms (CMP). Infrastructure and operations leaders who need to provide automation, governance, life cycle management and brokering across multicloud resources are discovering cloud management platform markets that will meet their needs. However, they need to be aware of the dynamic nature of the CMP space.

Learn why Morpheus Data was named a Leader in the 2019 Magic Quadrant for Cloud Management Platforms (CMP).  Infrastructure and operations leaders who need to provide automation, governance, life cycle management and brokering across multicloud resources are discovering cloud management platform markets that will meet their needs. However, they need to be aware of the dynamic nature of the CMP space. 

Here is what Gartner had to say about Morpheus:

“Morpheus Data has one of the most fully featured cloud management solutions, with strong offerings in all the key functional areas. The UI is easy to navigate, simplifying management of multiple cloud environments. It has a wide range of integrations in all the major cloud providers, public and private, as well as out-of-the-box integrations with a large number of third-party application life cycle tools.”

451 Research Analysis of Morpheus Kubernetes and VMware Automation
Morpheus Data looks to unify multi-cloud and container Management plus take the pain out of Anisble. The company kicked off the second half of 2019 by introducing major updates to its cloud management platform. Morpheus V4.0 capabilities are focused on providing customers with more freedom and faster deployment in multi-cloud and container automation scenarios.

Morpheus Data looks to unify multi-cloud and container Management. 

Morpheus kicked off the second half of 2019 by introducing major updates to its cloud management platform. Morpheus V4 capabilities are focused on providing customers with more freedom and faster deployment in multi-cloud and container automation scenarios. The company believes it is unique in offering an enterprise-grade unified multi-cloud and container management platform that supports more than 20 on-premises and public clouds. According to recent 451 Research survey results, 90% of responding enterprises plan to standardize on Kubernetes over the next few years, and 62% are pursuing a hybrid IT approach that integrates on- and off-premises cloud resources.

Morpheus believes V4 simplifies and secures Ansible without the need for Ansible Tower by providing out-of-the-box integration with Ansible and Ansible Tower, and enhances Ansible beyond native capabilities, providing features that can eliminate the need for Tower.

How to seamlessly and securely transition to hybrid cloud
Find out how to optimize your hybrid cloud workload through system hardening, incident detection, active defense and mitigation, quarantining and more. Plus, learn how to ensure protection and performance in your environment through an ideal hybrid cloud workload protection solution.

With digital transformation a constantly evolving reality for the modern organization, businesses are called upon to manage complex workloads across multiple public and private clouds—in addition to their on-premises systems.

The upside of the hybrid cloud strategy is that businesses can benefit from both lowered costs and dramatically increased agility and flexibility. The problem, however, is maintaining a secure environment through challenges like data security, regulatory compliance, external threats to the service provider, rogue IT usage and issues related to lack of visibility into the provider’s infrastructure.

Find out how to optimize your hybrid cloud workload through system hardening, incident detection, active defense and mitigation, quarantining and more. Plus, learn how to ensure protection and performance in your environment through an ideal hybrid cloud workload protection solution that:


•    Provides the necessary level of protection for different workloads
•    Delivers an essential set of technologies
•    Is structured as a comprehensive, multi-layered solution
•    Avoids performance degradation for services or users
•    Supports compliance by satisfying a range of regulation requirements
•    Enforces consistent security policies through all parts of hybrid infrastructure
•    Enables ongoing audit by integrating state of security reports
•    Takes account of continuous infrastructure changes

Office 365 / Microsoft 365: The Essential Companion Guide
Office 365 and Microsoft 365 contain truly powerful applications that can significantly boost productivity in the workplace. However, there’s a lot on offer so we’ve put together a comprehensive companion guide to ensure you get the most out of your investment! This free 85-page eBook, written by Microsoft Certified Trainer Paul Schnackenburg, covers everything from basic descriptions, to installation, migration, use-cases, and best practices for all features within the Office/Microsoft 365 sui

Welcome to this free eBook on Office 365 and Microsoft 365 brought to you by Altaro Software. We’re going to show you how to get the most out of these powerful cloud packages and improve your business. This book follows an informal reference format providing an overview of the most powerful applications of each platform’s feature set in addition to links directing to supporting information and further reading if you want to dig further into a specific topic. The intended audience for this book is administrators and IT staff who are either preparing to migrate to Office/Microsoft 365 or who have already migrated and who need to get the lay of the land. If you’re a developer looking to create applications and services on top of the Microsoft 365 platform, this book is not for you. If you’re a business decision-maker, rather than a technical implementer, this book will give you a good introduction to what you can expect when your organization has been migrated to the cloud and ways you can adopt various services in Microsoft 365 to improve the efficiency of your business.

THE BASICS

We’ll cover the differences (and why one might be more appropriate for you than the other) in more detail later but to start off let’s just clarify what each software package encompasses in a nutshell. Office 365 (from now on referred to as O365) 7 is an email collaboration and a host of other services provided as a Software as a Service (SaaS) whereas Microsoft 365 (M365) is Office 365 plus Azure Active Directory Premium, Intune – cloud-based management of devices and security and Windows 10 Enterprise. Both are per user-based subscription services that require no (or very little) infrastructure deployments on-premises.

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