SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Datos IO™, a leading provider of application-centric data management software including data protection for mission-critical cloud applications, today announced that it has been awarded 2016 Product of the Year by Storage magazine/SearchStorage.com. Datos IO’s flagship product, RecoverX™, was selected by the publication in the Backup and Disaster Recovery category which includes products that perform cloud backup and recovery services, on-premises backup and disaster recovery, snapshotting, replication and archiving.
The Storage magazine/SearchStorage.com 2016 Products of the Year recognize the most outstanding offerings in various storage categories. A team of expert judges — consisting of editors, independent analysts, consultants and users — evaluate the industry's top storage products based on criteria like innovation, performance, ease of integration and value.
“Cloud-first is the new normal,” said Tarun Thakur, CEO and co-founder of Datos IO. “To take advantage of that reality, organizations are migrating their traditional applications to the cloud and deploying next-generation applications natively in the cloud to take advantage of its hyper-scale, distributed nature. These applications require a new approach to data management and our mission is to help organizations protect, mobilize and monetize their data at scale in a cloud-first world. We’re clearly addressing a gap in the market given rapid customer adoption since we began shipping RecoverX six months ago, and we’re proud to have it recognized as a Product of the Year.”
Datos IO RecoverX is founded upon Consistent Orchestrated Distributed Recovery (CODR™), Datos IO’s cloud-first, scale-out data management architecture that empowers customers to harness the cloud for both traditional and next generation data protection and management. With 16 patents approved or pending, CODR is based on elastic compute services that can be auto-scaled with application load, removing the dependency on media servers for data management services and transferring data in parallel to and from file-based and object-based secondary storage for multiple workloads including data protection and test/dev.
Datos IO continues to disrupt the market with its application-centric data management strategy and will soon be announcing exciting news on multiple fronts:
- Doubling Down on Application-Centric Use Cases – expanded support for non-relational databases and the introduction of disruptive technologies for relational databases.
- Enterprise Data Mobility - new data mobility capabilities for customers to migrate data to the cloud with unparalleled storage efficiency at scale and global data visibility to deliver backup anywhere, recover anywhere, migrate anywhere.
- Datos IO for Any Server, Any Cloud, Any Storage - new partner solutions integrating Datos IO with leading infrastructure technologies ranging from enterprise storage platforms, to a growing set of public cloud platforms and resellers, to hyper-converged infrastructure and virtualization-based infrastructures.
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- Datos IO RecoverX in Multi Cloud Era: http://datos.io/solutions/multi-cloud/
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About Datos IO
Datos IO provides the industry’s first cloud-scale application-centric data management platform for next-generation applications deployed across private cloud, hybrid cloud and public cloud environments. Capable of delivering reliable recovery at scale in minutes (vs. hours) and reduction of up to 70 percent in secondary storage costs, Datos IO’s RecoverX software provides enterprise-grade data protection for IT Ops and DevOps teams while improving productivity for developers and application owners. Datos IO was recognized by Gartner in 2016 Hype Cycle for Storage Technologies for a new category of Cloud Data Backup. Backed by Lightspeed Venture Partners and True Ventures, Datos IO is headquartered in San Jose, California. To learn more, please visit http://datos.io.