Barnstable recovers from Ransomware attack using Reduxio Systems

Reduxio Systems - Monday, October 03, 2016

Barnstable PD was attacked by a malicious ransomware recently. An incident that could have easily cost them a significant amount of money and a minimum 36 hours to recover, was resolved just in 35 minutes.

Demystifying Data Deduplication: The 3 Types of Dedupe

Narayanan Prasath - Wednesday, September 21, 2016

‘Deduplication’ is a word that gets thrown around by vendors right and left. With the rise of flash, dedupe has become more relevant than ever to take the most advantage of the precious storage space in this expensive and super-fast media. However, a lot of buzz words are used when describing deduplication technologies, which makes it difficult to compare different offerings.

How to Run a Hackathon to Boost Innovation Within Your Company

Mike Grandinetti - Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Hackathons are great learning environments for aspiring entrepreneurs, designers, engineers, marketers and corporate change agents - essentially anyone and everyone involved in the creative process of innovating. This post explores how both participants and companies can benefit significantly from a hackathon, and explains how you can start organizing hackathons within your company.

Why Are You Spending Your Money on That All-Flash Array?

Fred Nix - Tuesday, August 23, 2016

I’ve been at Reduxio for almost 6 months now, and I’m having to question some of what I learned. Truth is, I’ve drank my fair share of kool-aid over the years. Some of the lessons that I learned still ring true, but some I’ve had to unlearn.  One of them, drilled into me by my previous employers, was that AFAs are always needed and are always cost-effective.  

But are they really?

The Risk of Not Using Innovation – Can You Afford It?

Dmitry Gorbatov - Tuesday, August 09, 2016

With innovation comes change and with that, risk.

Given the speed at which technology is advancing today, many find it difficult to keep up, and some even perceive it risky to do so. People and organizations would rather stay with the safe and comfortable; there’s less risk there.

Or is there, really?

Customer Spotlight - Scale Venture Partners

Reduxio Systems - Monday, August 01, 2016

Zach Boewer is the VP of IT for Scale Venture Partners and advisor for "The Last Mile" program at San Quentin. He has over 15 years of experience in the IT industry, participating and witnessing all the changes it has gone through. 

Here are his thoughts on Reduxio, and how it exceeded his expectations. 

Down With Duplicate Data with Inline, Global Data Deduplication and Compression!

Jacob Cherian - Wednesday, July 20, 2016

At Reduxio, we are delivering major improvements in data storage performance and economics while at the same time reimagining data management and protection from the ground up. As we wrote in a previous blog post, an example of how we are reimagining data management and protection is our BackDating™ technology, which enables users to recover data from any second in the past, making snapshots obsolete. Another key technology that allows us to deliver the significant improvements in storage...

Customer Spotlight - Catbird

Reduxio Systems - Friday, July 15, 2016

Catbird is a pioneering company when it comes to Software-Defined Segmentation and Security for hybrid IT infrastructure. During this year's OpenStack Summit, in Austin, Texas, they answered some questions about the impact Reduxio has had on their business. The interview was given by Chief Technology Officer, Holland Barry, and Principal Architect, Shane Thorson, and moderated by SSG-Now Senior Analyst and Lab Director, Earl Follis.

Amazing DBAs - Database Administrators, is it possible to amaze them?

Eyal Traitel - Wednesday, July 06, 2016

DBAs are amazing; but is it possible to amaze Database Administrators? Everyone who has ever worked with one, or has tried to sell them some gear knows that their job is very difficult. Even with the challenges, they are able to keep applications and information storage services running and resolve end-user problems. But is it possible to give them something new that would ease some of their pain and amaze them?

You're (probably) wrong about being a software engineer MVP

Noam Shabat - Wednesday, June 22, 2016

How to make sure arrogance doesn’t keep you from becoming an even better software engineer. 

I am hypocritically modest. And I think you are too.

When you first meet a hypocritically modest person, you may perceive us as reserved, perhaps insecure or shy. If you are insecure yourself, you may feel that we are a little bit snobbish.