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Storage and Data Protection News for the Week of April 19; Updates from Nasuni, Keepit, Scality & More

Solutions Review Executive Editor Tim King curated this list of notable storage and data protection news for the week of April 19, 2024.

Keeping tabs on all the most relevant storage and data protection news can be a time-consuming task. As a result, our editorial team aims to provide a summary of the top headlines from the last week, in this space. Solutions Review editors will curate vendor product news, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital funding, talent acquisition, and other noteworthy storage and data protection news items.

Top Storage and Data Protection News for the Week of April 19, 2024

Backblaze Introduces New Event Notifications

An S3 storage bucket can be configured to send notifications for specific events, such as object creation, to SQS and so on to SQS queue-reading services, which in turn can inform upstream applications to trigger processing.

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Cisco Re-Imagines Data Center Security

Cisco Hypershield protects applications, devices and data across public and private data centers, clouds and physical locations – anywhere customers need it. Designed and built with AI in mind from the start, Hypershield enables organizations to achieve security outcomes beyond what has been possible with humans alone.

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Commvault Acquires Appranix

The Appranix team will join Commvault imminently and the integration of Appranix’s technology into Commvault’s portfolio is expected to be completed by this summer. In the meantime, customers can leverage Appranix for their cloud application discovery and rebuild requirements.

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Cribl Announces the Launch of Cribl Lake

Cribl Lake’s unified management layer allows organizations to leverage low-cost object storage, either Cribl-managed or customer-owned, and automate provisioning, unify security and retention policy, and use open formats to eliminate vendor lock-in.

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CTERA Updates Ransom Protect Product

CTERA Ransom Protect is an AI-powered cyber defense engine integrated into the CTERA global file system, providing zero-day protection against widespread ransomware attacks. The strong demand for Ransom Protect contributed to CTERA’s record-breaking results in 2023.

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Dymium Aims to Ransomware-Proof Data Stores

Because Dymium is a session-aware data security platform, it uniquely understands the content and context of data so when a ransomware attacker tries to write back large amounts of encrypted content that doesn’t match the original, Dymium prevents the writeback and stops the ransomware attack.

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Hammerspace Adds Erasure Coding to Global Data Environment

Erasure coding (EC), like RAID, involves the use of mathematically computed codes – parity values in RAID – from source data. If some of the source data is lost then it can be recalculated from its fragments and the codes.

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Hitachi Vantara Announces Availability of Virtual Storage Platform One

Virtual Storage Platform One simplifies infrastructure for mission critical applications, with a focus on data availability and strong data resiliency and reliability measures, including mitigation of risks such as downtime, productivity losses, and security threats.

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Immuta Launchess Domains Policy Enforcement Feature

Centralizing data access decisions across organizations often leads to bottlenecks, preventing timely policy authoring, editing, and access to data. With Domains, data owners define data controls with both broad reach and specific domain controls. This is done by mirroring structures such as business units, geographic regions, or functions.

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Keepit Names Kim Larsen as New Chief Information Security Officer

Kim Larsen is an experienced keynote speaker, negotiator, and board advisor on cyber and general security topics, with experience from a wide range of organizations, including NATO, EU, Verizon, Systematic, and a number of industry security boards.

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Nausni Helps Guide Customers Using Copilot AI

Nasuni is educating customers to enable them to create customized Copilot experiences that use a customer’s unstructured data set to unlock further business insights and revenue streams.

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Scality Names Peter Brennan as New CEO

In his new role, Brennan will lead Scality Inc.’s overall strategic direction, operations, and execution to grow the company’s footprint across the U.S. He will continue to play a vital role in driving revenue growth opportunities globally.

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