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Rubrik -  - Announcing Rubrik Mosaic for NoSQL

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Announcing Rubrik Mosaic for NoSQL

Today, we’re excited to announce Rubrik Mosaic™ 3.1, formerly Rubrik Datos IO, with enhancements to help organizations protect and manage their Apache Cassandra, DataStax Enterprise, and MongoDB NoSQL databases. This new release includes a host of new features, including support for Microsoft Azure Marketplace availability, the latest database versions and features, new productivity tools integration, and improved performance. Mosaic sets the standard for NoSQL database protection in the cloud, on-premises, and hybrid cloud.  Here’s a quick rundown of what’s new: Support for DataStax Enterprise 6.0 and DSE Search Mosaic now supports DSE 6.0 and 6.7 transparently. With version 6, DataStax implemented a new index format for SSTables that improves performance. Thanks to our partnership with DataStax, Rubrik Mosaic utilizes a new utility purpose-built by DataStax to offer support for DSE 6. If you’re considering an upgrade to DataStax Enterprise, you’ll want Mosaic 3.1. DataStax Enterprise Search is a popular feature, particularly for customers implementing catalogs, document repositories, ad-hoc reporting engines, and other applications that rely heavily on indexing. DataStax uses Apache Solr in the backend to enable search operations on any existing DSE table by creating a Solr index in DSE. With Mosaic 3.1, customers no longer need to rebuild…
Rubrik -  - Rubrik Mosaic for NoSQL Data Protection Now Available on Microsoft Azure Marketplace

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Rubrik Mosaic for NoSQL Data Protection Now Available on Microsoft Azure Marketplace

We’re excited to announce that Rubrik Mosaic™, formerly known as Rubrik Datos IO, is now available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. Customers running their NoSQL workloads on Azure Cloud can now enjoy the leading data management solution for their Apache Cassandra, DataStax Enterprise, or MongoDB NoSQL databases with a seamless deployment experience from their trusted cloud vendor. Launching Rubrik Mosaic into the Microsoft Azure Marketplace continues our evolution as a cloud-native software solution – making Mosaic the ideal data management solution for organizations building highly-distributed apps that are deployed on distributed NoSQL databases and born in the cloud. As a cloud data management company, we continue to make it easier to control, manage, and protect data across private and public clouds. Entering the Microsoft Azure Marketplace is important to us because it means our customers can have an even better  experience deploying our platform. As Jeana Jorgensen, Microsoft’s General Manager of Cloud and AI says, “We’re excited to welcome Rubrik to the Azure Marketplace. Rubrik gives our joint customers building NoSQL applications an automated provisioning experience for the Mosaic solution on Azure infrastructure. Deploying the Mosaic solution through Azure Marketplace allows customers to immediately realize the value of data protection…
Rubrik -  - Rubrik Protects NoSQL Databases on Nutanix Enterprise Cloud

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Rubrik Protects NoSQL Databases on Nutanix Enterprise Cloud

The days of siloed compute and storage are rapidly coming to a close—replaced by Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) deployed in the cloud or on-premises. The move to HCI is driven by the need to simplify operations, reduce costs, and rapidly scale. With this shift, many are moving to Nutanix Enterprise Cloud to consolidate and modernize their data centers, scale their enterprise applications, and simplify operations. Modernization of applications is running in tandem with the move to HCI. To stay ahead of the competition, organizations are driving data modernization projects that monetize data, engage more customers, and create e-commerce apps—and do it all quickly. Success is measured by time to market, reduction of legacy systems, and lower infrastructure costs. That’s why organizations are moving away from monolithic applications in traditional data centers and to a new generation of cloud-native applications that support distributed and shared-nothing architectures (NoSQL, Big Data, etc.), microservices, and containers. Modern applications are fueling the aggressive adoption of non-relational NoSQL databases (Apache Cassandra, DataStax Enterprise, MongoDB, Elasticsearch, Redis, etc.), which are chosen for their superior performance, scalability, and native fault tolerance. Not only are these next-gen databases fast and built for the highly available nature of these applications, they…
Rubrik -  - 6 Pitfalls of Native MongoDB Backup (And How to Overcome Them)

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6 Pitfalls of Native MongoDB Backup (And How to Overcome Them)

Every enterprise and Fortune 500 organization is undergoing critical modernization efforts, such as digital transformation, customer experience, and cloud-native deployments. With high application availability as a critical requirement for modern applications (IoT, AI/ML, eCommerce, analytics), many enterprises are turning to distributed NoSQL databases. MongoDB continues to be the database of choice for application teams needing to tackle high-volumes of unstructured data, cloud-native and hybrid cloud deployments, agile application development, and cost-effective scalability. Although the cloud-readiness of NoSQL databases like MongoDB enables enterprises to power their cloud applications, no database should enter into production until a reliable, enterprise-grade backup and recovery strategy is in place. While native backup tools like mongodump and OpsManger exist, they are often an inadequate solution for enterprise-grade data NoSQL management. Below are the top 6 Pitfalls of native MongoDB backup and how enterprises can avoid them with Rubrik Datos IO. 1. LEGACY MEDIA SERVER BASED ARCHITECTURES LIMIT SCALABILITY The native MongoDB backup management solution relies on a legacy media server architecture to process and manage backup and restore operations. These legacy architectures centralize the control of the backup process and move/store the backed-up data through a single server, resulting in siloed performance and scalability. While using…
Rubrik -  - How Rubrik Datos IO Reduces NoSQL Backup Storage Up to 96.4%

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How Rubrik Datos IO Reduces NoSQL Backup Storage Up to 96.4%

NoSQL databases are becoming mainstream. As enterprises deal with the changing characteristics of data and applications, many are leveraging the inherent speed and redundancy of NoSQL databases. But the downside of this native redundancy is that NoSQL databases typically store 3 or more copies of each piece of data, resulting in pricey backup and storage costs. Rubrik Datos IO (RDIO) provides powerful space efficiency capabilities in a modern data management product purpose-built for distributed architectures such as NoSQL databases. Our approach helps customers realize their NoSQL database deployments in an easy-to-use data protection solution that enables them to achieve up to 96.4% in backup storage savings. This blog post explores two major features that make this possible: semantic deduplication and incremental forever.   Rubrik Datos IO’s industry-first semantic deduplication is the answer to the fundamental shortcomings that traditional block-level deduplication encountered in the world of modern distributed NoSQL databases (MongoDB, Apache Cassandra, DataStax). I’ll dive into the limitations of two distributions of Cassandra, DataStax Enterprise and Apache Cassandra, and how RDIO addresses them. At a high-level, these deduplication shortcomings fall into two categories: compression and housekeeping. One of the main reasons NoSQL deduplication is challenging is that the majority of…
Rubrik -  - Challenges of NoSQL Data Management: An Architect’s View

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Challenges of NoSQL Data Management: An Architect’s View

More and more enterprises are adopting modern NoSQL databases like MongoDB and Apache Cassandra (DataStax) to enable rapid development of next-generation applications (AI/ML, IoT, eCommerce, customer experience). However, while these databases can help speed up application development, they lack enterprise-class recovery solutions, putting organizations at risk of data loss. While NoSQL databases offer capabilities such as cross data-center database replication, they do not provide point-in-time backup and recovery. If data errors are introduced or data is accidentally deleted, the databases’ redundant-node replication can lead to almost immediate corruption of critical data across all nodes. In this post, I’ll dive into NoSQL data protection requirements and the technical challenges that enterprise- grade data management solutions must address. Comprehensive data management is a must for running mission-critical applications in enterprise environments (private cloud, hybrid clouds, or public clouds). As the shift to these next-generation applications and NoSQL databases increases, we see new data management requirements emerging: Eventually-consistent databases require novel point-in-time techniques for consistent state across a database cluster. The elastic nature of next-generation databases necessitates backup and recovery to be highly available, scalable, and failure resilient. Backups need to be maintained in native (source) formats for advanced data management services such…
Rubrik -  - Rubrik Datos IO, 1 Year Later: Onwards to Rubrik Mosaic!

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Rubrik Datos IO, 1 Year Later: Onwards to Rubrik Mosaic!

What seemed like a good match back then, looks like a great match one year later. Last week marked the one-year anniversary of Rubrik’s first acquisition and the day that Datos IO joined the Rubrik family.  I want to use this occasion to share a few things that I’ve learned along the way and what it’s like when “a startup meets startup.” It all began with a conversation between Bipul Sinha, Rubrik’s co-founder and CEO, and I about 18 months ago. Fast-forward to today, and that conversation seems like yesterday. The V  in RIVET (the acronym for our company values) is velocity, and it’s this velocity across all functions that made one year fast-forward like one day. What made the Rubrik acquisition of Datos IO a success revolves around the absorptive capacity concept, or the “ability to recognize the value of new information, assimilate it, and apply it to commercial ends.” First, Rubrik understood the emerging and fast-growing NoSQL and Big Data market and had an appetite for acquiring purpose-built products that help expand Cloud Data Management offerings.  Next, both companies grasped the need to integrate without disrupting—avoiding a costly mistake that often occurs when two startups join forces. Finally, we…
Rubrik -  - 50+ Customer Visits, 1 Key Theme: NoSQL Is Now Mainstream In Enterprise

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50+ Customer Visits, 1 Key Theme: NoSQL Is Now Mainstream In Enterprise

Over the past year, I’ve had the good fortune of sitting down with leading enterprises to speak with CIOs, enterprise architects, database engineering leaders, and more. Many of these discussions centered on the evolving world of business applications and databases and the challenges of digital transformation initiatives (customer experience, digital banking experience, data-as-a-service, real-time analytics, etc). In these discussions, I gained insight into why enterprises are embracing NoSQL databases, and several enterprise data management trends stood out to me. Here are the top three that I believe are shaping the market and CIO digital transformation initiatives the most in 2019: Enterprise NoSQL Adoption Is Now Mainstream Non-relational NoSQL databases are no longer stepchildren of the relational database space but hold their own prominent place in the enterprise data architecture strategy. In recent years, NoSQL has become critical for building cloud-native applications, given that traditional relational databases cannot deliver the same agility, flexibility, and performance that these modern applications need. NoSQL started with data stores such as MongoDB and Apache Cassandra but is now evolving to include in-memory database stores like Redis and search products like ElasticSearch and Splunk, which are fast developing as cornerstones for operational and analytical use cases.…
Rubrik -  - NoSQL Replication Is Not Backup

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NoSQL Replication Is Not Backup

As we kick off 2019, I wanted to reflect back on a trend that has continued to gain momentum over the past few years–the march towards cloud-native applications that rely on highly-distributed and non-relational NoSQL databases. Our industry increasingly relies on architectures that embrace scale-out, highly-distributed systems. From small startups designing entirely in the cloud to large enterprises developing net new customer facing applications, the move to NoSQL databases has increased across the globe. While cloud-native architectures and, in particular, NoSQL databases solve problems such as resiliency from hardware failures and geographic distribution, they also amplify a few common pitfalls. One of the biggest challenges is that because NoSQL databases have done such an excellent job with native database replication, many organizations are fooled into a false sense of protection. The irony here is that by solving one major problem, many others now lurk in the background, leaving critical customer data at risk. As organizations continue to deploy production applications on NoSQL databases, it’s nearly inevitable that the data will become unavailable or corrupted. What happens in the event of a virus attack, data corruption, or a simple human error such as an admin dropping a table? If the only…
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