In this special Thanksgiving Episode of Restore it All, Prasanna and Curtis talk about the things they’re thankful for. Important stuff, like smart phones, virtualization, and containers. Yea… we’re nerds.
W. Curtis Preston (Mr. Backup) & Prasanna Malaiyandi discuss some vendor FUD about using AWS snapshots (which are really image copies and not snapshots) for protecting native AWS resources like EC2, Redshift, S3, and EBS.
W. Curtis Preston (Mr. Backup) and Prasanna Malaiyandi discuss whether or not backup admins are no longer needed. They also discuss tapas and sangria. 🙂
W. Curtis Preston (Mr. Backup) & Prasanna Malaiyandi discuss SaaS backup: what it is, what it isn’t, things to look for in a SaaS data protection solution, and how to decide if SaaS data protection is for you.
Jeff Rochlin, a former actor and Hollywood IT Industry veteran, makes his second appearance on Restore it All! W. Curtis Preston (Mr. Backup) & Prasanna Malaiyandi ask him to design a greenfield datacenter. We also talk about GDPR & CCPA.
W. Curtis Preston (Mr. Backup) and Prasanna Malaiyandi discuss the various ways one can backup a relational database, like Oracle, SQL Server, DB2, MySQL, and PostgreSQL.
W. Curtis Preston (Mr. Backup) and a mystery guest discuss why it has become so popular for data protection companies to offer their product as a service.
W. Curtis Preston (Mr. Backup) & Prasanna Malaiyandi talk about the concept of “Instant boot” what companies use it for, and when (and when not) not it might be an appropriate tool.
Curtis & Prasanna greet their special guests Chris Mellor (Editor, The Register) and Chris Evans (Storage Unpacked Podcast), and talk about The Forrester Wave: Data Resiliency Solutions, Q3 2019.
If you want to download the report yourself, you can do so here: https://resources.druva.com/analyst-reports/the-forrester-wave-data-resiliency-solutions-q3-2019
W. Curtis Preston (Mr. Backup) interviews Eugenia Buzogly, Senior Director of Legal and Data Protection Officer for Druva about a recent GDPR ruling that some have interpreted to mean they no longer have to comply! (Here’s the ruling: https://regmedia.co.uk/2019/09/24/cp190112en.pdf) Does the ruling actually mean that?