One Data Protection Service for Amazon Native Services
Using legacy backup tools and snapshots for AWS backup and recovery is complicated, time consuming, and costly. If you are creating your own backup scripts, the complexity and cost is even worse. Don’t let bad backup and uncontrolled charges blow your mind. Get simple, efficient and secure data protection with Clumio.
Here’s the rundown of our exciting activities:
Live Demo Sessions
Dive deeper with us to explore how to protect Amazon Native Services with Clumio Backup as a Service. One lucky person will win an Oculus Quest 2 Headset at each demo.
- Protection Beyond Snapshots: Discover how to protect data on Amazon EC2 and attached EBS volumes for data recovery and long term compliance.
- Protect Your Mission Critical RDS Data: Learn how to protect Amazon RDS data with air-gapped backups for data recovery and long-term compliance with the ability to query a data lake for fast record level retrieval.
- Hacker Be Gone: Recover from Ransomed Accounts: Explore how to recover data from ransomed accounts with the ability to restore to any AWS account.
Clumio Virtual Booth
Stop by Clumio’s sponsor page, our hub at this year’s AWS re:Invent virtual conference. Our product experts are available to answer your questions and for 1:1 meetings. You’ll find self-serve content playlists featuring education, customer success, and the latest product features.
Cool Clumio Swag
Connect with us to learn more about cloud data protection in an all cloud world, and you’ll get your Clumio Oh Snap! T-shirt.
AWS re:Invent Demo Lab
Ransomware Attacks Your Cloud Accounts – Will You Recover?
Check out our on-demand demo on the EC2 / Compute and Storage category to learn how to recover from ransomware and restore to any account connected to Clumio. You’ll see a recovery of Amazon EC2 and Amazon RDS from a rolling backup.
Modernizing IT for the Cloud-era: with Clumio and Frogslayer
Tune into theCube on Wednesday, Dec 2 to view Chadd Kenney, Vice President and Chief Technologist at Clumio and Brian Cahill, Director of Technology and DevOpps at Frogslayer take a deeper look at how the landscape is ever-changing in enterprise IT.