The Data Storage Industry in review and what to expect from Reduxio in 2018

Mark Weiner - Wednesday, December 27, 2017

The new role of Data Storage

Companies and organizations of all sizes are drowning in a relentless deluge of data. Mankind has created more data in the past 18 months than in all of history — it’s almost impossible to wrap your head around this statistic — and this trend will continue to grow as more industries become part of the digital economy.

There’s Something Happening Here: Reduxio Wins Coveted Innovation Award

Mike Grandinetti - Wednesday, December 13, 2017

The iconic rock band, Buffalo Springfield the 1997 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee that was the predecessor to Crosby, Still, Nash and Young, was led by Stephen Stills and Neil Young. The song “For What It’s Worth”, written by Stills in 1967, for many symbolizes the changing of an era.

Recently, the top global IT analyst firms, notably Forrester and IDC, have written in-depth research notes that describe the changing of an era in data storage, management and protection and highlight...

How to design your VDI infrastructure to avoid boot storms

Reduxio Systems - Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Addressing VDI boot storms has been a gating factor in many virtual desktop implementation projects. Trading off performance and cost seemed to be the only solution: either desktop startup times are severely degraded during boot storm situations, or solid state disk (SSD) solutions are implemented at significant additional cost. 

Another respected expert weighs in: Gartner includes Reduxio in its 'Continuous Data Protection' Category

Mike Grandinetti - Monday, November 20, 2017

Two weeks ago, Forrester Research published the report, “3 Vendors Disrupting the Secondary Storage and Data Protection Space”. I wrote this blog post explaining why Forrester came to conclude that Reduxio was deserving of this distinction. 

What’s Next For Continuous Data Protection (CDP)

Ronen Sde-Or - Wednesday, November 15, 2017

In the mid to late 2000, I worked at a small startup that offered a block-level backup and restore solution. It was back in the days when HW snapshots were only available on high-end storage arrays (most customers still used DAS, or mid/low-end SAN). At that time, Microsoft DPM was also a new technology that had just come out and so we were using software snapshots and Copy-On-Write technology to create the point-in-time backups.

Reduxio Positioned as One of Three Vendors Disrupting Integrated Secondary Storage and Data Protection

Mike Grandinetti - Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Forrester Research has identified Reduxio as a company “gaining market acceptance by delivering advanced capabilities to address specific problems in the secondary storage and data protection space”1 in the October, 2017 report, “Three Vendors Disrupting Integrated Secondary Storage and Data Protection” by Naveen Chhabra with Glenn O’Donnell, William McKeon-white, and Bill Nagel.

The Pains of Technology Lifecycle in Enterprise Storage and What You Should be Looking For

Jeff Friedman - Wednesday, September 06, 2017

Technology lifecycles are short. Just ask any one of the billions of consumers and organizations who make use of technology everyday. While having to change smartphones every so often shouldn’t be a problem for the average user, it’s a different story for enterprises dealing with data and the storage where data resides.

In 6 minutes you will learn that BackDating™ is bound to make an impact in your business

Fred Nix - Thursday, August 03, 2017

BackDating is a built-in feature of Reduxio TimeOS  storage operating system that acts like a time machine allowing you to seamlessly access data across time.

How to recover files in Microsoft Windows Server 2016 using BackDating™

Peter Learmonth - Tuesday, March 28, 2017


Reduxio BackDatingTM is a unique capability of the Reduxio TimeOS architecture that enables administrators to recover volumes back to any second available in the system's history. But what about files and folders? How can one restore these individually?

Troubleshooting SQL server I/O performance with SAP - Identify rogue transactions

Dmitry Gorbatov - Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Slowly working report in a small company may be acceptable if its occurrence is occasional, but in a large enterprise, any degradation in performance while executing a database query or running a report is not welcome. As it is of high risk to affect a revenue generating application that could ultimately impact the business.Such performance problems due to I/O bottlenecks are not acceptable and must be eliminated as quickly as possible.System administrators know where to look – storage...

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