Datos IO recently announced the release of RecoverX 2.0, a data management platform designed for the cloud that enhances the ability of customers to deliver data protection solutions as well as workload migration functionality, operational monitoring and enterprise policy management. RecoverX 2.0 expands the purview of Datos IO’s backup and recovery solutions from non-relational databases to relational databases and deepens its support for cloud-based applications and datastores. At the core of Datos IO’s mission is a commitment to supporting the management of applications and data within private, public and hybrid cloud environments as noted below by Datos IO CEO Tarun Thakur:
We are delivering a solution that no one has before. Cloud data management is not about selling boxes, appliances, or proprietary filesystems. It’s also not about porting legacy backup software to the cloud. Cloud data management is about reinventing the control plane with cloud principles in mind – elasticity, application-centricity, and scale – because that’s what enables customers to manage, protect, mobilize, and harness the value of their data across all cloud boundaries.
Here, Thakur remarks on “reinventing the control plane with cloud principles in mind” to give organizations the elasticity and scalability of the cloud while protecting data and serving the need to transport workloads, applications and data across diverse infrastructures. For example, RecoverX 2.0 gives organizations the ability to migrate on-premise applications to the cloud, inclusive of applications that leverage relational databases as well as the non-relational databases which Datos IO has historically supported. Moreover, this release features data protection support for relational database-based applications that extends to Microsoft SQL server hosted in either a private or public cloud environment as well as distributions of Apache Hadoop. Furthermore, RecoverX 2.0 delivers enterprise policy management functionality that automates backup and recovery processes in addition to operational metrics that provide granular, proactive insight regarding data protection processes. RecoverX 2.0 consolidates the positioning of Datos IO in the cloud data management space with a two pronged focus on backup and recovery and workload migration that positions it strongly to support the needs of organizations embracing cloud adoption and particularly, hybrid cloud infrastructures.