July 28, 2021

Actifio Announces Data Protection Services for Google Cloud’s Bare Metal Solution

Actifio has announced that the company has launched the data protection services for Google Cloud’s Bare Metal Solution (BMS). The recent partnership will significantly help the company to further strengthen the company’s partnership Google Cloud. The company has also offered the Google Cloud Customers Backup and DR services for various workloads like enterprise databases.

The company offered its data protection services to support Google Cloud’s Bare Metal Solution for the following cases:

  1. Backup & DR of on-premises Oracle workloads that customers choose to migrate to BMS
  2. Backup & DR of customer workloads in BMS from one region to another
  3. Migration from on-premises and/or other clouds to Google Cloud
  4. Rapid database cloning in BMS to accelerate Dev/QA/UAT testing

Senior Vice President and General Manager at Actifio, Ranajit Nevatia said, “We are thrilled to be Google Cloud’s data protection partner for this new venture. Google Cloud Bare Metal Solution will provide customers increased flexibility and reduced costs, while ensuring data sovereignty and business continuity.”

“This move will help us serve our customers better by being able to offer them more differentiated technology offerings thanks to our partnership. This move will further reduce TCO, reduce risk and increase agility as we all pursue our digital transformation initiatives,” Senior Vice President and General Manager at Actifio Ranajit Nevatia concluded.

Director Partnerships at Google Cloud, Rayn Veeybhotla said, “Enterprises are increasingly moving mission-critical workloads to the cloud and in doing so, need to ensure the highest levels of security, resiliency, and disaster recovery.”

“We’re pleased that Actifio will bring its strong capabilities in backup and disaster recovery to Google Cloud’s Bare Metal Solution, and look forward to working together to help enterprise customers leverage the cloud for their most critical workloads and data,” Rayn Veerubhotla further added in the statement.