Pure Storage Launches ObjectEngine Cloud Data Protection for Flash

Pure Storage integrates StorReduce – which it acquired less than six months ago – to offer seamless restore to cloud and on-premises.

Pure Storage boasts that its newly-launched ObjectEngine is the industry’s first cloud-native data protection built for flash.

Pure Storage boasts that its newly-launched ObjectEngine is the industry’s first cloud-native data protection built for flash.

Pure Storage an all-flash storage leader is launching ObjectEngine™ to enable faster recovery.

“With the rapid growth of game developers and many popular game titles, the social gaming industry is becoming increasingly competitive. Having the best technology is crucial to maintaining a competitive edge,” said Rex Ng, Chief Executive Officer of 6waves.

Designed to enable data centricity for the enterprise and built on cloud-native technologies from recently acquired StorReduce, ObjectEngine further unifies cloud and on-premises with seamless, rapid backup and recovery across both.

The launch of the ObjectEngine platform comes just months after the acquisition of StorReduce, flash-native deduplication technology designed to enable user-friendly, cost-effective recovery and backup to the public cloud.

With ObjectEngine, enterprises can finally implement a modern approach to data protection, built from the ground-up for contemporary challenges, to restore on-demand and enable use of data in the cloud.

“With the rapid growth of game developers and many popular game titles, the social gaming industry is becoming increasingly competitive. Having the best technology is crucial to maintaining a competitive edge,” said Rex Ng, Chief Executive Officer of 6waves.

The majority of today’s solutions are built for a “disk-to-disk-to-tape” approach, meaning that hot and warm data are stored on disk while historical or backup data goes to tape, where it is largely inaccessible.

Legacy backup appliances optimized to back up data are 10x slower when data needs to be restored. Today, historical data is business’s most critical currency – it needs to be readily accessible at a moment’s notice.

With ObjectEngine, customers can modernize their entire data protection strategy to a “flash-to-flash-to-cloud” approach and meet increasingly stringent backup and restore SLAs without any change to their existing backup workflow.

For customers that have built data protection processes with leading backup software vendors like Veritas, Veeam and Commvault, ObjectEngine simply works under the same cover.

ObjectEngine allows customers to take advantage of cloud economics and a pay-as-you-go model, and instead of waiting hours or days for business to recover, customers can be back online in minutes.

The solution will be available in two configurations:

ObjectEngine//A

Ultra-Fast. Delivers 25 TB/HR backup performance and 15 TB/HR restore performance, with the most advanced deduplication engine on the market.

Efficient. Reduces storage and bandwidth costs by up to 97 percent.

ObjectEngine//Cloud

Object Fabric. Secure, enterprise-ready platform built with a cloud object storage virtualization layer offering 11 nines of durability in the cloud.

Cloud-Native. Native S3 interface that enables openness, integration and data portability.

Single Namespace. Offers internally replicated global namespace, a single pane of glass for data across hybrid cloud.

Scalable. Near-linear scaling to deliver 100+ petabyte and 100+ terabyte-per-hour performance in the cloud.

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