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Rubrik has launched a new version of data security platform Rubrik Datos IO. This includes Rubrik Datos IO 3.0, which provides enterprise-quality backup and recovery for ‘born-in-the-cloud’ applications.

Born-in-the-cloud applications are large, cloud-based NoSQL applications. The NoSQL databases have become mainstream, which means that many companies depend on MongoDB and Cassandra/DataStax to run their applications.

According to Rubrik, there is a need for proven, scalable data protection that has been specially developed for NoSQL workloads. The market has spoken and NoSQL databases are now being used by the fastest growing, business-critical applications in enterprises, says Tarun Thakur, General Manager of Rubrik Datos IO.

Datos IO 3.0 must therefore provide backup and recovery for the applications, with fast performance, scalability across hundreds of nodes and clouds. According to Rubrik, the software offers a consumer-like simplicity.

Powerful user experience

According to Rubrik, it takes a lot of effort to manage and protect growing, large-scale distributed systems. DatosIO 3.0 offers ultralight NoSQL Service Managers, streaming recovery for fast RTOs, express recovery for full disaster recovery scenarios and database level recovery for both MongoDB and Cassandra.

This should provide a simplified and powerful user experience, built to grow with the growing demands of enterprise NoSQL application environments.

Furthermore, it provides data protection for MongoDB. It also introduces a new multi-node scale-out architecture, the ability to seamlessly restore to and from changing database cluster topologies, and performance enhancements for Mongodab backup and recovery.


According to Rubrik, companies increasingly regard the hybrid cloud model as the standard for infrastructure. That’s why Datos IO 3.0 allows companies to run in Azure or back up to Azure, supporting the three largest public cloud providers. These include AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud. There is also support for Oracle Cloud.

This allows IT teams to orchestrate and move data across the data center and between multiple clouds. Datos IO 3.0 also introduces the ability to manage and protect NoSQL databases used as Docker containers.

This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.