Data is the lifeblood of any organization and increasingly one of its most valuable assets. Now, more than ever, enterprises rely on data to maintain and grow their business. But with data proliferating at an explosive pace, storing, backing up, securing, archiving and providing access to that data becomes increasingly difficult.
When the cloud came along it offered a paradigm shift for data management regardless of whether the organization was looking for a public cloud, private cloud or combining the two into a hybrid cloud. While the cloud brought many advantages to organizations, it also introduced a host of complications, particularly around data management. Data management with multiple point products became much more complicated in cloud environments, often resulting in diminishing returns.
There are many arguments and Studies with regards to using a single Vendor or multiple for your data management Software needs. Take the time and invest in valuable research before plunging into a single vendor or product to manage everything, since each company has different requirements, budget, business plan.
Increasingly, enterprises are turning to the cloud to meet their compute and storage needs. The cloud, whether public, private or a hybrid of the two, offers numerous advantages with minimal investment upfront. As cloud technology matures, it is fast becoming the ideal medium on which to perform data management tasks.
by: Bahram Khandan