CDP delivers granular recovery January 1, 2009
-- "True" continuous data protection (CDP) enables companies to recover to any point in time (APIT), but do you really need to?
CDP moves into the maturity phase April 1, 2008
-- After a slew of acquisitions, the continuous data-protection (CDP) market is maturing, and the debate between "true CDP" and "near CDP" is no longer an issue for most IT organizations.
EMC upgrades CDP, launches VTL for mainframes March 4, 2008
-- <B>March 4, 2008</B>—EMC has announced two additions to its data-protection portfolio, including a new version of its RecoverPoint network-based replication and continuous data protection (CDP) software and its first virtual tape library (VTL) system built specifically for IBM zSeries mainframe environments.
Marathon adds CDP December 4, 2007
-- <B>December 4, 2007</B>—Marathon Technologies has added continuous data protection (CDP) software—dubbed everRun CDP—to its everRun family of availability software. The announcement also focused on disaster recovery with full WAN support to remote repositories.
BakBone integrates CDP with backup October 10, 2007
-- <B>October 10, 2007</B>—BakBone Software has upped the ante in the backup-and-recovery market by building out the newest version its flagship product, NetVault: Backup 8.0,
FalconStor unveils virtual CDP for VMware September 6, 2007
-- <B>September 6, 2007</B>—FalconStor Software has come up with a new way to protect both physical and virtual machines in VMware environments with the introduction of the Continuous Data Protection (CDP) Virtual Appliance for VMware.
SteelEye adds CDP to replication software July 27, 2007
-- <B>July 27, 2007</B>—SteelEye this week released version 6 of LifeKeeper Protection Suite for Windows Server, which bundles LifeKeeper HA Clustering and SteelEye Data Replication.
In-Depth: Continuous data protection (CDP) May 24, 2007
-- <B>May 24, 2007</B>—Industry analysts consider it to be among the top-five "hot" storage technologies, and end-user adoption is ramping up rapidly, yet there's still some confusion surrounding continuous data protection (CDP).
VAR View: The time is right for CDP November 27, 2006
-- <B>November 27, 2006</B>—Advancements in technology do not come without a fight. In recent years we have repeatedly witnessed this phenomenon.
Increased CDP awareness doesn't equal sales September 17, 2006
-- <B>September 18, 2006</B>—The entrance of large vendors such as EMC, Hewlett-Packarad, IBM, Microsoft, and Symantec into the continuous data protection (CDP) market has raised end users' awareness of the technology, according to a new report on the CDP market by International Data Corp. (IDC). The report states that 61% of the survey respondents say they understand CDP, compared to 25% in a previous survey conducted about ten months earlier.
IBM brings CDP to SOHOs August 1, 2006
-- <B>August 1, 2006</B>—Continuous data protection (CDP) technology was arguably the most hyped storage software innovation of 2005, but once reality set in CDP quickly went from being a must-have product to something enterprise users expect to be offered as a standard feature of any backup/recovery product.