Special Webinar Event NoSQL Protection: Why Native Database Replication Is Not Enough


  • Rubrik

About This Webinar

NoSQL databases have gone mainstream. More and more enterprises are choosing NoSQL databases for their unique capabilities, such as native database replication, developer-friendly usability, and built-in sharding for high-volume and large-scale data sets that enable their developers to move as fast as any startup without incurring the costs associated with typical relational databases.

However, the hard reality is that these modern NoSQL data sources are presenting organizations with new and immediate data protection challenges. Native database replication is not a substitute for backup and certainly doesn’t help meet enterprise test/dev, data mobility, and compliance requirements. Modern databases require modern protection.

Join us as we explore the challenges of protecting NoSQL databases and outline some of the key capabilities that are required to effectively protect them.

About Rubrik

Rubrik, the Zero Trust Data Management Company™️, enables cyber and operational resilience for enterprises; including ransomware protection, risk compliance, automated data recovery, and a fast track to the cloud.

  1. Scott Bekker

    Host Scott Bekker Webinar Moderator, ActualTech Media

  2. Justin Ruiz

    Special Guest Justin Ruiz Senior Product Marketing Manager, Rubrik

  3. Vipul Gupta

    Featuring Vipul Gupta Senior Product Manager, Rubrik

What You'll Learn

  1. Simplified Management and Automation - Today’s enterprises are constantly expanding their perimeters, operating systems across on-premises and the cloud. This requires a policy-driven approach that unifies management and ensures protection.
  2. Application-Consistent Data Protection - When it comes to backups, consistency is expected. Even from NoSQL. Backups must reflect the data as it was viewed by the application from any point in time.
  3. Storage Cost Control - With all the duplicated data of NoSQL databases, there is a need to minimize storage and remove duplicates as quickly and efficiently as possible to reduce RPOs and RTOs.