The Internet is seething with predators, who take sadistic pleasure in erasing data and defiling websites, and hence no one, not even the smallest of businesses, can afford not to back up data. Easier said than done, though, as traditional disaster recovery solutions are costly to the earth and are a strain on firms that work on shoestring budgets.
dinCloud, a cloud transformation company, is offering a panacea in the form of dinBackup, which promises to make backup and recovery affordable and painless for existing NetApp customers, according to the blog.
As with all dinCloud services, dinBackup’s design and service is vetted by NetApp’s technical, sales and marketing teams to ensure best practices.
This backup service complements the dinCloud's server and virtual desktop offerings, helps remove upfront capital expenditure, reduces operating cost, and offers flat rate pricing with a solution of cloud backup and recovery.
Julie Parrish (News - Alert), senior vice president of Global Partner Sales, NetApp, noted that many customers faced challenges while deploying and managing secondary data center, and the availability of dinBackup would help “organizations maintain business continuity, reduce the complexity of operating secondary data centers and also help recover business-critical applications.”
The cloud transformation company is touted by company officials as more than a mere cloud storage service. It offers “business provisioning” of the customer's entire IT infrastructure, ensuring that not only is data recovered, but the entire business is brought back using dinBackup.
Said Joe Martins, managing director of Data Mobility Group, “dinCloud offers a wealth of advanced capabilities for business provisioning in the cloud with the ease of use, scalability, affordability and security customers demand.”
dinCloud was a sponsor of the 2012 NetApp Insight Conference, an event for top NetApp talent and partners, that took place November 5-8 in Las Vegas, NV.
dinCloud, a cloud transformation company, announced a full version upgrade to its cloud orchestration and management platform, dinManage. dinManage now has more business provisioning capabilities that help customers and their trusted IT advisors with Microsoft (News - Alert) Active Directory integration and virtual machine importing.
Edited by Braden Becker