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Smarter Management for Your Data Growth
 

Smarter Management for Your Data Growth

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Matt Aslett (The451Group) and Deirdre Mahon (RainStor) examine the evolving data management landscape and how RainStor's Online Data Retention (OLDR) repository fits into the equation.

Matt Aslett (The451Group) and Deirdre Mahon (RainStor) examine the evolving data management landscape and how RainStor's Online Data Retention (OLDR) repository fits into the equation.

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  • De-dupe & ReductionAny storage / PlatformCloud EnabledLimitless Data VolumesFast load – Ingestion RatesSQL Query – High PerformanceImmutable Compliant Store
  • So if we take a look at Matt’s earlier high level architecture diagram, I think its worth pointing out the key areas RainStor technology can be applied – at the top, we have a RS repository which can be deployed alongside the RDBMS … and can be archived / retired saving by compressing the data to a much smaller footprint. Our INFA partnership focuses on this area predominantly and retires a large number of applications such as Oracle ebusiness suite… On the lower part of the screen – RS can be deployed as the leading repository to store long term historical data for EDW’s and additionally the same data sets can be stored on the cloud…
  • Security Industry:The combination of the increase in cybercrime, changing regulations, and public exposures is increasing the attention and resources dedicated to data security. Over the next three years it's expected that data security issues (and the related application security) will account for over 60% of new enterprise security spending- this includes spending on new technologies, and excludes maintenance of existing technologies such as firewalls and antivirus, which account for most current security costs.Data and business application security will drive most of the new growth of the security market over the next 3-5 years.Business network traffic for 2010 > 3,800 Pb / month> 2,500 Pb internet traffic > 1,200 Pb WAN traffic > 58 Pb mobile trafficCisco forecasts 20% CAGRData breaches are common - 95% of records stolen externally - 90% involved malware - 70% were uncovered by outsiders - 50% went unnoticed for monthsCSPs: Global mobile data traffic will increase 26-fold between 2010 and 2015. Mobile data traffic will grow at acompound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 92 percent from 2010 to 2015, reaching 6.3 exabytes per month by 2015.Last year’s mobile data traffic was three times the size of the entire global Internet in 2000.

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