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Watch our Megacast presentation! (Demo)

by Catherine Chiang – December 11, 2017

We showcased Igneous’ backup and archive solutions at the Enterprise Storage Megacast on December 6th!

In this twenty-five-minute presentation, Igneous’ VP of Product, Christian Smith, explains:

  • How Igneous delivers cloud agility to your datacenter at scale
  • How Igneous eliminates backup windows through our highly parallel, latency-aware data movement
  • Igneous’ data protection features, including tiering/replication, lifecycle management, versioning, and WORM
  • How Igneous takes care of maintenance, updates, and troubleshooting
  • How to set policies, search for data, and derive insights from Igneous Hybrid Storage Cloud with our user-friendly interface (Demo)

Stay tuned until the end for an exclusive demo, showcasing Igneous’ new web UI for the first time.

We are excited to share this presentation with you!

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