Understanding the Economics of In-cloud Data Protection
Designed for Today with Tomorrow in Mind

The meaning of data protection is the same today as it was two years ago. Data protection simply means backup, restore, and archive. As the percentage of cloud infrastructure service users running production applications in cloud platforms continues to grow, it’s interesting to note that the most common cloud infrastructure use case just a couple of years ago was for applications running on on-premises infrastructure.

Organizations are moving more business-critical applications to the cloud and they still need to provide enterprise-class data protection for these applications at a reasonable cost. Inefficient use of any one of the cloud resources can have a major impact on the cost of data protection. Just as with on-premises data protection, choosing the wrong solution for the initial deployment can have a major impact on cost efficiency as the solution scales.

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