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10 Benefits to Using a Scale-Out Infrastructure for Secondary Storage
Essential Tips to Protect, Access and Use Data Across On-Premises and Cloud Locations As organizations seek to implement web-scale IT features for their secondary workloads, including data protection, they need to be able to expand, contract, modify their infrastructure quickly and with minimal effort. What’s more, they must be able to deliver expected outcomes reliably and at a lower cost.
Essential Tips to Protect, Access and Use Data Across On-Premises and Cloud Locations

As organizations seek to implement web-scale IT features for their secondary workloads, including data protection, they need to be able to expand, contract, modify their infrastructure quickly and with minimal effort. What’s more, they must be able to deliver expected outcomes reliably and at a lower cost.

Scale-out infrastructure is a new solution rising to meet these challenges. Offering a single platform for shared compute and storage resources, a scale-out infrastructure simplifies storage for high-volume secondary data and processes enabling organizations to deliver expected outcomes reliably, with greater scalability, and at lower cost. Consider these ten reasons to take a unified approach for your data protection and secondary storage and discover a more agile way to protect, access and use data across your on-premises and cloud locations.
Data Protection Overview and Best Practices
This white paper works through data protection processes and best practices using the Tintri VMstore. Tintri technology is differentiated by its level of abstraction—the ability to take every action on individual virtual machines. Hypervisor administrators and staff members associated with architecting, deploying and administering a data protection and disaster recovery solution will want to dig into this document to understand how Tintri can save them the majority of their management effort an

This white paper works through data protection processes and best practices using the Tintri VMstore. Tintri technology is differentiated by its level of abstraction—the ability to take every action on individual virtual machines.  In this paper, you’ll:

  • Learn how that greatly increases the precision and efficiency of snapshots for data protection
  • Explore the ability to move between recovery points
  • Analyze the behavior of individual virtual machines
  • Predict the need for additional capacity and performance for data protection

If you’re focused on building a successful data protection solution, this document targets key best practices and known challenges. Hypervisor administrators and staff members associated with architecting, deploying and administering a data protection and disaster recovery solution will want to dig into this document to understand how Tintri can save them a great deal of their management effort and greatly reduce operating expense.

Frost & Sullivan Best Practices in Storage Management 2019
This analyst report examines the differentiation of Tintri Global Center in storage management, resulting in receiving this award for product leadership in 2019. Businesses need planning tools to help them handle data growth, new workloads, decommissioning old hardware, and more. The Tintri platform provides both the daily management tasks required to streamline storage management, as well as the forward-looking insights to help businesses plan accordingly. Today Tintri technology is different
This analyst report examines the differentiation of Tintri Global Center in storage management, resulting in receiving this award for product leadership in 2019.  Businesses need planning tools to help them handle data growth, new workloads, decommissioning old hardware, and more. The Tintri platform provides both the daily management tasks required to streamline storage management, as well as the forward-looking insights to help businesses plan accordingly.  Today Tintri technology is differentiated by its level of abstraction—the ability to take every action on individual virtual machines.  Hypervisor administrators and staff members associated with architecting, deploying and managing virtual machines will want to dig into this document to understand how Tintri can save them the majority of their management effort and greatly reduce operating expense.
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.

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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