Copy data is part of the modern data center, but that doesn’t mean it should go unchecked.
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As companies start to move away from traditional server-centric backup designed around centralized control, and progress towards providing more modern data protection designed for self-service, the amount of data created starts to increase. Copy data, which includes copies for data protection, analytics, operations as well as testing and development, can become hard to keep track of under this self-service model.
This proliferation of copy data is being driven by the move to the modern data center, which drives copy creation across the enterprise. This evolution of the data center needs intelligent, consolidated oversight of data and services levels across the business to ensure protection SLO compliance is met. In addition, solving this gap in this self-service model also requires modern data management, which focuses on optimizing infrastructure efficiency and streamlining operations.