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Rubrik -  - Petit Forestier Deploys Rubrik for Cost Efficiencies and Easy Google Cloud Platform Integration

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Petit Forestier Deploys Rubrik for Cost Efficiencies and Easy Google Cloud Platform Integration

Headquartered in Villepinte, France, Petit Forestier is the European leader in refrigerated vehicle and container rental, providing key products for businesses whose success depends directly on controlled temperatures of their products and maintaining the continuity of the cold chain. The company has a portfolio of over 15,000 customers in diverse business sectors and more than 3,500 employees. With a network of 237 sites worldwide, Petit Forestier maintains an expansive fleet of more than 49,000 vehicles to serve its customers. We recently spoke with Guillaume Laurency, CIO and Johan Barre, Project Manager, Infrastructure, about their experience with Rubirk. Tell us about Petit Forestier’s IT strategy. Laurency: As a family-owned company, we care deeply about our employees. We want to ensure they have a world-class experience by equipping them with modern IT solutions that will last for the next decade. We need infrastructure that will scale to support our company’s growth and transition to the cloud. Rubrik is a true long-term partner for Petit Forestier, future-proofing our infrastructure as we develop their digital transformation and cloud strategy. Rubrik is more than just backup, providing us with greater use cases that can drive business objectives and deliver additional value to other teams. What…
Rubrik -  - Encrypting Your Data in the Cloud: Rubrik CloudOut with Google Cloud Storage

General Tech

Encrypting Your Data in the Cloud: Rubrik CloudOut with Google Cloud Storage

With the rise of ransomware attacks and other security threats, data encryption is mission-critical for any company’s security strategy. The risk of improperly encrypting data is especially amplified in the cloud era, when sensitive data is stored outside of customer data centers and in public cloud providers like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. While these providers offer a number of tools to help customer encrypt data before it is stored, these tools can be complex and difficult to use. Addressing the top enterprise pain points is what Rubrik was founded on, and security has been core to its platform since day one. This includes end-to-end encryption, both in transit and at rest, which we extend to our integration with public cloud providers. The Rubrik approach simplifies how data encryption is implemented and masks complexity from users. Rubrik has a wide breadth of cloud capabilities, from simple archival to DR and test/dev. Many customers leverage our CloudOut capability for archival of their backup data in public cloud providers, often as a replacement for tape. This approach is typically more cost effective and more reliable, and offers better response times in the event that data restoration is required.…
Rubrik -  - Want Google Cloud for Data Retention? Rubrik Has You Covered!

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Want Google Cloud for Data Retention? Rubrik Has You Covered!

Rubrik has long provided customers the option to archive backup data to public cloud storage offerings such as Amazon Web Services S3 and Microsoft Azure Blob Storage. Archiving data to public cloud storage has become an attractive alternative to tape media for customers who require off-site retention of backup data. Many users recognize that public cloud storage solutions provide better durability, scalability, resiliency, availability, and convenience than tape media — and at a lower price point. Continuing our commitment to provide customers with choice of public cloud options, Rubrik has added support for archiving to Google Cloud Storage in our new Alta 4.1 release. To better understand Rubrik’s integration, let’s first go over object storage technology and the basics of Google Cloud Storage. Object Storage Overview Google Cloud Storage is an object storage solution that is offered as part of the Google Cloud Platform. At its core, object storage offers users a non-hierarchical namespace in which they can store different types of data using simple HTTP calls. Typical use cases for object storage include: Hosting web pages, videos, and music files A repository for user home directories Backend storage for file-sharing applications such as Dropbox Archiving target for backup data…