#MontySummit (montgomerysummit.com) gathers entrepreneurs, investors, and leading executives to discover the most important innovations in business and technology. Here you have my impressions from one of their 30min sessions: AerospikeDB In-memory NoSQL database optimized to work on flash Aerospike tries flash as DRAM, not as disk With all the information that we’ve got from devices. IoT, Telematic data (between machines). AeroSpike helps companies to save … Continue reading #MontySummit 2015 @AeroSpikeDB thought Billions of Mobile transactions
Open is better! Open makes easy to find agile ways to get your job done! Open supports the permanent transformation that your business requires! Whoever is saying that knows how exactly the market will behave in the next months or years, It’s not the best horse to bet on. IT market is changing every week …or better say, every day. I can say what I think … Continue reading Feed your head with new ways to deliver private
Would you go home to sleep confident without knowing that your data is backed up? Would you go home to sleep confident without knowing that your data is fully restorable? You wouldn’t, because you can’t know if your data will be fully restored until you have already tested it. You might have an evidence of your backup, but this is not warranty you can already restore it 100% to the most updated version. Evidence of … Continue reading Getting backup jobs done are not a warranty you are fully protected
Let’s stop writing about cloud for a moment and let’s go to the basic. As I’ve mentioned before, we can say Backup is the most challenged operation in any organization but then let me ask you: How is your current backup process? Are you happy with it? Probably you aren’t, or at least you are not full satisfied due to there is a permanent feeling that this process could be better. Are you using tape to back-up to … Continue reading Snapshots are breaking bad into data protection strategies
Last Friday I had a meeting with one of teams, Freddy, who is taking care of cloud services as our product manager, told me he had to deal with a customer asking for IaaS services on our cloud enterprise for a couple of SAP systems, because he, the customer, had thought the SAP PaaS is too expensive for him. Freddy made the arrangement to ensure this customer … Continue reading You should choose PaaS: Do not spend a million to save a penny
A traditional backup solution means to implement agents in every server that copy the data in a consistent and recoverable way to a secondary disk system or directly to tape. The way that you set your backup architecture and components is defined by the type of data, its size, its growth rate and the topology of your IT components (sites, network performance, geographies). Also, you … Continue reading Backup as a Service: the most challenged operation and an overdue bill
Today’s Cloud Providers cannot play with only one product to attend to the market demand. Just a couple of years ago we used to have “the” cloud service to attend to all our requirements. At that time we have realized that costs, business objectives and legal/regulatory issues could change the way that customers consume it. To mention some examples here are: sensitive business data does … Continue reading What is your favorite Cloud flavor?