As digital transformation evolves across edge to core to cloud, there is a heightened value in solutions that bring cloud-native capabilities and operating principles to the private cloud data center—uniformity in technology and operating models between on-prem and cloud reduces complexity and ultimately improves the speed of innovation for IT organizations. Microsoft Azure Stack Hub is an ideal example of this, bringing cloud-native resource management and operating models to enterprises that have or will adopt cloud-based applications with the requirement that whole or parts of the primary environment remain in an on-premises private cloud.
As our joint Microsoft and Veritas enterprise customers make this journey, the expectations for resiliency are ever-present—capabilities around automated orchestrated resiliency that can meet a range of recovery point and time service level objectives are core. Beyond those core objectives, the methodology used must integrate and work for cloud-native workloads and applications on Azure Stack; including, allowing low RPO and efficient RTO with automated portability of native workloads between Azure Stacks and Azure for 2nd or 3rd disaster recovery scenarios and for organizations going through an application transition to the public cloud over time.
In 8.3, NetBackup Resiliency (powered by Resiliency Platform technology), introduced capabilities aligned to the above-mentioned objectives including:
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