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Data Management as a Service (DMaaS)

Data Management as a Service (DMaaS) is a service that enables companies to use centralized storage for various data sources.

The service is based on pay-per-consumption (capacity-based pricing model), which does not require customers to purchase or handle data management infrastructure.

What is Data Management as a Service (DMaaS)?

By using DMaaS from BlueTree, customers can achieve scalability, insight and accessibility of their various data sources. This central collection of data is then utilized to provide data protection and additional services. Examples of data sources include file servers, application servers, and database servers, as well as virtual machine databases (VMs).

Most businesses also have data from one or more cloud providers, on desktops and laptops, as well as mobiles and tablets. DMaaS from BlueTree is a flexible data management service that protects and manages data from all these sources.

DMaaS from BlueTree is a proven solution that enables companies to get rid of layer-on-layer data infrastructure, and rather facilitate to support Use Caser, such as backup, disaster recovery, files, security, as well as development and test environments, in addition to analysis and other needs. Customers back up their data sources to BlueTree.

Being able to utilize your entire dataset and manage it as desired at the service level, can be a strong contributor to a digital transformation journey.

IT can focus more on managing the data, to achieve business results, and focusing less on managing technical infrastructure can provide users with the timely information they need, and can continuously optimize resources, confident in the knowledge that the data is always protected , safe and no longer hidden away in individual silos.

This service delivery is delivered according to ISO / IEC 27001: 2013 (information security) and ISO 9001: 2015 (quality).

Overview of DMaaS benefits

  • Protection: of the entire business' data assets
  • Costs: becomes predictable and eliminates infrastructure investments
  • Relocation of costs: from CAPEX to OPEX
  • Elimination of data silos: from different point solutions, on-prem and cloud environment, to one centralized solution
  • Efficient and modern data management strategy: which upscales or downscales in line with the business' development
  • Allocation of IT personnel: to focus on other tasks

Cost-effective for both SMB and Enterprise businesses

A major advantage of DMaaS is cost efficiency. DMaaS uses a capacity-based pricing model, which does not require companies to purchase additional infrastructure to manage data. This enables SMBs that previously did not have the resources to distribute expensive data management solutions, to now experience many of the benefits of DMaaS, in a model that is focused on cost predictability.

DMaaS eliminates the need for capital-intensive multi-point data management solutions, and reduces total cost of ownership by avoiding over-commissioning. This can have a major impact on the accounts in the form of companies moving capital costs (CAPEX) to operating costs (OPEX).

Have you encountered new issues during COVID-19?

Challenges with handling data come largely from the fact that data is generated in extensive quantities from various data sources. The pandemic was the reason why most companies had to quickly use home office solutions to meet the new work standard, with associated cloud applications and remote solutions. Although the new standard has brought a lot of positives, it also introduces new complexities in managing, backing up and restoring data.

Both data management service providers and companies' internal IT department have found it challenging to control costs related to maintenance renewals and upgrade fees. Limited access to data centers' supervision of older infrastructure, and related operating costs and technology overhead, have proven to be another vulnerable dimension.

Have you used non-scalable and expensive solutions?

Many companies have solved the above problems by distributing point solutions for different premises (on-prem), cloud environments and workloads. This image contains fragmented SaaS solutions from a variety of vendors, with associated overhead to manage different service levels, license terms, and administrator interfaces.

Such a setup creates an ever-growing network of complex data silos, and can not be considered an efficient and modern data management strategy. With the new workday that constantly means that millions of devices and data sources connect to corporate networks worldwide, there is no doubt that data volumes and complexity will grow.

DMaaS from BlueTree addresses this whole picture, and addresses the needs of the individual business, in a way that allows scaling and flexibility.

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