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Rubrik -  - Intelligent Data Protection: Revisiting Cerebro

Architecture

Intelligent Data Protection: Revisiting Cerebro

Making any sufficiently complex system look and feel simple is a tall order. But that’s precisely what Cerebro does for Rubrik Cloud Data Management! As the “brains” of the stack, Cerebro acts as the autonomous conductor standing on a podium before thousands of critical systems, all eager to be protected or restored as part of the data lifecycle management symphony. Founding Engineer Fabiano Botelho introduced Cerebro in a blog post over two years ago. The time is nigh to dig deeper. The power of Cerebro allows workload data to be freed from the storage tier by unlocking mobility beyond the data center — into the cloud and between different clouds. Cerebro is the system’s brains, accommodating many critical functions of the Rubrik CDM stack. Two of those functions are the Distributed Task Framework and Blob Engine, which together unite as powerful components to ensure Rubrik delivers data that is immediately accessible and recoverable. Distributed Task Framework The Distributed Task Framework is the engine responsible for globally assigning and executing tasks across a cluster in a fault tolerant and efficient manner. It has the intelligence to provide resource utilization and load balancing of all data in a declarative manner. Rubrik’s Distributed Task…
Rubrik -  - For CIOs, Focus on the Service Experience is Paramount

Business

For CIOs, Focus on the Service Experience is Paramount

Four years ago, I sat down with Frank Slootman, now Former CEO of ServiceNow and Data Domain, and shared my idea of re-architecting backup and recovery from the ground up to manage the data explosion in a cloudy world. Backup and recovery was overdue for a technology refresh. There was opportunity to bring the power of public clouds to backup, expand the role of backup data into a business asset for test/dev and analytics, and replace the traditional cumbersome architecture and user experience with one that was radically simple and infinitely scalable. Fast forward to ten product releases and 600+ employees, Frank and I caught up on why he invested in Rubrik and how our vision resonated with him. During the discussion, we traded notes on where IT is headed and what’s top of mind for CIOs. Four out of the five business days, I’m usually found on the road, meeting with customers around the world across all industries. After countless trips, I have noticed a clear trend in my discussions with CIOs – the CIO of today is starkly different from the CIO of yesterday. They are business strategists and spend their time figuring how best to leverage technology…