Cloud-based data protection provider Datos IO and Cisco have announced the availability of an integrated solution designed to simplify and automate data protection for next generation customer-centric applications running on Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) and Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS).
With this integrated solution, organizations centered on Cisco infrastructure can now use Datos IO’s RecoverX elastic data management solution for deploying and protecting enterprise applications across hybrid cloud and multi-cloud environments.
Datos IO RecoverX is founded upon Consistent Orchestrated Distributed Recovery (CODR), the company’s next-generation application-centric data management architecture, enabling customers to address their use cases such as cloud-native backups, backup directly to the cloud, recoverability of data across cloud boundaries and on-premise for data portability, and test/dev in the cloud.
The joint solution:
- Reduces complexity for improved manageability and automation, leveraging the unified, scalable architecture of Cisco UCS with consistent management across all computing environments -- traditional and modern.
- Accelerates next-generation application deployment and protection using Datos IO data management solutions and Cisco programmable infrastructure.
- Maximizes application performance using application-centric ACI fabric and application-aware data protection from Datos IO RecoverX.
- Offers easy manageability and data mobility across clouds.
"Datos IO’s vision for multi-cloud, application-centric infrastructure is closely aligned with Cisco’s,” says Tarun Thakur, CEO, Datos IO. "We’re excited to be a partner with Cisco ACI team and to be part of the Cisco Solution Partner Program to help organizations accelerate their digital transformation journey by deploying new next-generation customer-centric applications and leveraging the cloud for their traditional applications, all running on Cisco ACI infrastructure.”
Cisco alliance with Datos IO will extend benefits of Cisco's data center architectures to agile, mode-2 application environments, and the two companies plan to collaborate going forward to bring additional data management solutions to the marketplace.