Multi-cloud copy data management software provider, Actifio, has announced that it will showcase Actifio GO for Google Cloud Platform (GCP), the industry’s first Copy Data Management as a Service (CDMaaS) solution at the Google Cloud Summit in Seattle, being held at the Washington State Convention Center. Actifio is a foundation sponsor of the event. The platform will be available as a monthly subscription from GCP Marketplace.
Actifio GO for GCP allows for almost instant access to Oracle, SAP, SQL, and other major databases, which makes it easier to accelerate DevOps, test data management and analytics initiatives, and meet regulatory and compliance requirements for applications on-premises and in multi-cloud environments.
During the Google Cloud Summit, Google executives will discuss how the cloud is shaping current business operations. Experts in this subject matter will also offer insights on advanced infrastructure modernization, analytics and AI, application development, data management, productivity, and collaboration.
In a press statement, Co-Founder and CEO of Actifio, Ash Ashutosh said, “companies are now moving quickly through their cloud journeys in order to meet demand, and need a modern data management platform that can keep up with the growth and sprawl of data across public, private, and hybrid cloud environments. Thanks to our alliance with Google Cloud, Actifio can assist more companies in accelerating application test-and-release cycles and retrieving on-demand disaster recovery copies.”
To read Actifio’s press release, click here.
Actifio delivers a single platform that integrates disaster recovery, backup, and long-term data retention. Actifio enables a “data time machine” for the enterprise, eliminating backup and restore windows and creating virtual, point-in-time copies of data on-demand, for use by any business application. It protects a range of workloads, including large-scale applications and virtual environments. Actifio pioneered copy data management and offers scalable instant recovery for apps, files, and virtual machines. This can be used for data management on a larger scale, including app development and performing multidirectional hybrid cloud deployments.