Cloud Data Management Provider Rubrik Announces Launch of Microsoft Azure-based Service
November 22, 2017
Cloud data management provider Rubrik, Inc. (Rubrik) has announced the launch of a new Microsoft Azure-based service. Rubrik, which has headquarters in Palo Alto, California, United States, was established only three years ago. The company prides itself on offering “future-proof architecture” alongside “consumer-grade simplicity” and provides “the world's first platform to orchestrate data for hybrid cloud enterprises anytime, anywhere”. Its scalable ‘Cloud Data Management’ platform offers a range of features including instant data access, analytics, policy-based automation, and protection from Ransomware. Rubrik will offer a full hybrid cloud data management solution across the Microsoft Azure platform.
Rubrik was recently designated a global ISV co-seller through the Microsoft Partner Network and has updated its platform to provide Microsoft Azure Stack support. Through its ‘CloudOn’ technology, the company provides migration services for applications moved to Microsoft Azure. By integrating with Azure, Rubrik offers business and government customers the ability to “digitally transform their organizations” and fully benefit from hybrid clouds.
As an ISV co-seller, Rubrik can offer Azure Cloud Services and Azure Stack to customers, while Microsoft can offer Rubrik's Cloud Data Management platform to their account holders. Companies that deploy Rubrik's Cloud Data Management platform alongside Azure cloud and Azure Stack will be able to “protect, recover, manage and secure critical workloads” regardless of whether they are located on a company’s premises or in the cloud.
"Microsoft Azure is a trusted partner in the enterprise and we're thrilled to be going to market with Microsoft," explained Rubrik’s Vice President, Business Development and Alliances, Ranajit Nevatia. "Together, we will help customers fully leverage a hybrid cloud model so they can digitally transform their organizations, be more productive and move faster."
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