ESG Validation

ESG Technical Review: Cohesity Data Management

Abstract

This ESG Technical Review examines the Cohesity data management platform, focusing on Cohesity’s solution to mass data fragmentation (MDF): the ability to collapse workload silos, eliminate copies, and share data efficiently.

Topics: Data Protection Data Platforms, Analytics, & AI

ESG Technical Validation: Optimizing Oracle Database Efficiency and Performance with 32G End-to-End NVMe

Co-Author(s): Kerry Dolan


Introduction

This report documents performance testing of the IBM FlashSystem 9150 with end-to-end NVMe, including a comparison of 16GB vs. 32GB Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs) in the server and storage array along with the b-type storage network switch.

Topics: Storage Networking Data Platforms, Analytics, & AI

ESG Technical Validation: Quantum DXi9000 Deduplication Appliance

Introduction

This report examines Quantum’s DXi9000 enterprise disk backup appliance, with a focus on how the DXi9000 fits into Quantum's data protection portfolio. ESG examined the performance, deduplication, replication, data availability, scalability, and encryption capabilities of the DXi9000. Also examined: Disaster recovery solutions with Quantum’s Scalar tape libraries and integration with independent software vendor (ISV) offerings such as Veeam’s Data Mover Service (VDMS), Symantec's NetBackup OpenStorage (OST), Auto Image Replication (AIR) and Granular Restore Technology (GRT).

Topics: Storage Data Protection

ESG Technical Review: BMC TrueSight Automation for Networks

Abstract

This ESG Technical Review documents testing and analysis of BMC’s TrueSight Automation for Networks, with a focus on configuration, patching, vulnerability management with automated remediation, and compliance features.

Topics: Cybersecurity Networking patch management endpoint management

ESG Technical Review: Securing an App-centric SD-WAN with CloudGenix CloudBlades

Abstract

This ESG Technical Review documents hands-on validation of how CloudGenix’s CloudBlades enable organizations to secure an SD-WAN network while minimizing both capital and operational expenses. We illustrate how organizations can use CloudBlades to integrate third-party cloud-based services with SD-WAN capabilities while enabling high application performance and availability at geographically dispersed remote offices/branch offices (ROBOs).

Topics: Cybersecurity Cloud Services & Orchestration