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Rubrik - Blog - TotalJobs Group Ltd. Embraces Backup Simplicity with Rubrik

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TotalJobs Group Ltd. Embraces Backup Simplicity with Rubrik

What happens when one of UK’s leading job boards decides to modernize its outdated backup solution? It teams up with Rubrik. Totaljobs Group Ltd is the UK’s largest and fastest-growing online recruitment company, comprising 190,000 jobs across six job boards. Each month, 7 million jobseekers generate 3.3 million applications on Totaljobs. After struggling with various backup solutions implemented across multiple groups within the company, Totaljobs kicked off a search for a modern backup solution that could simplify daily management and easily scale with a fast-growing business. Holger Sell, Corporate IT Services Manager at TJG outlines their decision process for selecting Rubrik. Struggling Under the Legacy Approach “We had outgrown our current backup solution and wanted to move to a solution that was more modern, able to scale with us, and take up less of our time to manage. We used to deal with failed backups and very poor customer service when we needed to recover any data. In addition, having tape as an archive method meant recovery was extra slow and painful.”“We have virtualised 100% of our infrastructure and our previous solution showed its age. I looked at several known products including those known as market leaders for VM backups,…
Rubrik - Blog - Welcoming Karl Driesen, Head of Sales, EMEA, to the Rubrik Family

Company

Welcoming Karl Driesen, Head of Sales, EMEA, to the Rubrik Family

We are excited to announce Karl Driesen as our new Head of Sales, EMEA. Karl Driesen is responsible for overseeing our strategic direction and growth across EMEA. Karl brings more than 20 years of industry experience in building and leading regional sales team and businesses. Prior to Rubrik, he has been instrumental in growing startups from early stage to IPO. As the former Vice President, EMEA of Palo Alto Networks, he built a team of more than 200 members and a business of over $200M in annual booking run rate in five years. Before joining Palo Alto Networks, Karl was the Vice President, EMEA at Infoblox where he grew the business from scratch to over $40M in annual bookings run rate in four years. Most recently, he started the EMEA business as the Vice President of Elastica (acquired by Blue Coat Systems). During our launch event this week, we sat down with Karl to discuss his perspective on expansion strategies for EMEA and qualities of successful companies. Q: In your career, you have acted as a “growth detector.” What do you look for when you are expanding a company into a new market? A: Before investing resources and time in…
Rubrik - Blog - Why Your Hospital May be Held Hostage Without Healthy Data Protection

Business

Why Your Hospital May be Held Hostage Without Healthy Data Protection

There’s a crisis in healthcare. The crisis we are referring to is not the economic system, but rather cyber threats targeted at hospitals’ data. In February, a cyberattack in Los Angeles left the Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center paralyzed without access to electronic records while its hackers held its computer systems captive for a reputedly multi-million dollar ransom. The result – a 40 bitcoin (approximately $17,000) payment and a loss of operations for over a week. This cyberthreat, known as ransomware, is growing and is predicted to increase in 2016. In one week alone, three hospitals were hit by ransomware attacks. How do hospitals protect themselves from ransomware threats? To answer this question, we sat down with David Ramos, who leads the development of Rubrik’s security measures. Ramos has a Ph.D. from Stanford in Computer Science and discovered dozens of security bugs in open source software, including three in OpenSSL for which security advisories were issued. Ramos explains why hospitals are especially vulnerable to these types of attacks, and why data protection and security need to be integrated at the highest standard in a reliable backup solution. Q. What is Ransomware? How is Ransomware different from other cyber threats? A. Ransomware…
Rubrik - Blog - A How-To Guide on Rubrik’s vRealize Automation Integration

Architecture

A How-To Guide on Rubrik’s vRealize Automation Integration

As the modern data center becomes increasingly more software-defined, it is critical to select technology platforms that will support this new architecture even if you aren’t providing IT-as-a-Service today. The best way to prepare for the future is choosing to implement modern API driven solutions into your environment that automate consumer-oriented services. Rubrik’s API-First Architecture Lets You “Backup-As-A-Service” The Rubrik platform was purpose-built to address this need. Rubrik is an API-driven solution. In fact, the Rubrik UI is simply a consumer of the underlying REST APIs exposed by every Rubrik system. What does this mean? It means that everything in Rubrik is easily automated by REST APIs. Since just about every automation platform supports RESTful APIs, you are free to use whatever software you like or even write your own homegrown solution for Rubrik. Now you can add Backup-as-a-Service into your ITaaS portfolio! An Example Let’s say you have an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solution in place (vRealize Automation or vRA for example) where users can self-provision systems. You’re still likely using a manual or semi-manual process by which people request data protection for those self-provisioned systems. In a typical workflow, this would be a form the user would submit, and that form…
Rubrik - Blog - Let’s Talk About Security

Product

Let’s Talk About Security

Today, Rubrik announced the r528, the industry’s first security-enhanced converged data management appliance. So, let’s talk about security. Not just the kind that you set in place to keep your actual devices safe, but also what you do to protect the data on them. All of your data. Including your backups. Remember when one of the largest regional banks in the United States “lost” computer back-up tapes containing personal information including social security numbers and bank account information for over 260,000 of its customers? That was in 2012. With the amount of digital data generated annually projected to grow to 44 ZB (1 zettabyte = 1 trillion gigabytes) by 2020¹, and a growing trend in data breaches, it is even more imperative to apply the highest security standards to all of our data, even backups. Often times we think of data security as something applied to the information generated via transactions. We encrypt data in-flight to ensure data is secure against eavesdropping or manipulation as it travels across a network. We even put in place checks on data in our primary systems to ensure the data we really care about can’t be hacked into. What about data that’s been backed…

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