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Modern Data Protection With Metallic DMaaS: Hybrid, Kubernetes and Beyond


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Sponsored by Metallic


Wednesday, August 24, 2022
11 a.m. ET

With the acceleration of hybrid cloud adoption and digital transformation initiatives, data is in more places than ever.  From containers and on-premises environments to cloud and SaaS-based applications, businesses need a smart strategy to protect their entire data estate from today’s threats. And while native tools provide businesses with high availability, they are not enough. In this session, Metallic's CTO David Ngo unpacks the critical need for dedicated data protection, the advantages of purpose-built solutions and how Metallic DMaaS safeguards data from deletion, corruption and ransomware attacks no matter where your data lives.

David Ngo
CTO - Metallic, a Commvault Venture
David Ngo is a 24-year veteran of Commvault and serves as the chief technology officer for Metallic, the SaaS division of Commvault. David joined Commvault after graduating from Rutgers University with a BS in Electrical Engineering and has held roles in development, the office of the CTO, and professional services.


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