The Silicon Review
Seamlessly deployed as a virtual appliance, DataGravity for Virtualization provides actionable intelligence and insights through timely analysis of users, content, and activities. DataGravity understands data and helps companies of all sizes secure and protect their sensitive information through actionable insights and timely intelligence about their data. The team at DataGravity has a deep understanding of data security and protection, virtualization, data science, and analytics. This combination of expertise enables DataGravity to seamlessly protect data where it lives.
Why choose DataGravity?
Using DataGravity’s solutions, clients can:
Find answers to all the data related questions
DataGravity has rethought data management from the ground up to give clients insights and answers that were previously hard to obtain. They can see what questions they need to be answering, and how DataGravity software solutions make that happen quickly, easily, and economically.
Find and protect sensitive data: Through a powerful analytics engine, in-depth pattern matching, search,and discovery, DataGravity for Virtualization automatically analyzesclients’ virtual infrastructure to identify where their sensitive data is at risk. Pre-built and custom classification tags make it easy to find and filter the content specific to their concerns.
Take action on timely intelligence and insights: Regardless of whether organizations are looking to protect private health information, financial data, or intellectual property, DataGravity for Virtualization reveals any potential risks for exposure. Misplaced data and inappropriate access can be quickly surfaced using built-in dashboards, as well as ongoing monitoring and alerting of user activities, content creation, and file updates.
Reduce overhead with automated workflows: DataGravity for Virtualization automates key workflows that simplify the discovery and ongoing analysis of sensitive data across clients’ virtual infrastructure. It supports security teams, risk,and compliance analysts, as well as internal and external auditors with the information they need and when they need it without adding undue friction.
DataGravity for Virtualization
DataGravity for Virtualization (DGfV) was designed to secure and protect data in virtual machine environments by seamlessly integrating data security, search and discovery, and data protection into a turnkey software appliance.
How does it work?
The dynamic nature of data requires dynamic security. DataGravity for Virtualization (DGfV) combines multiple data sources to monitor and analyze people, content, and activities over time to proactively secure and protect virtualized data. DGfV provides the forensics information and tools clients need to remediate issues when they occur.
DataGravity for Virtualization Editions
The Essentials Edition helps organizations identify and protect their most sensitive data from careless exposure, data loss, and regulatory noncompliance. It also provides file and user activity tracking. The Standard Edition extends the DataGravity feature set to include threat detection, forensic analysis, and behavior based data protection and recovery.
Awards and Honors
DataGravity has been a recipient of many awards and recognition. Following are the examples:
Meet the Leader
Paula Long, Chief Executive Officer, and Co-founder: Paula brings over 30 years of experience in high-tech innovation to DataGravity. Prior to DataGravity, she served as vice president of product development at Heartland Robotics. In 2001 Paula co-founded storage provider EqualLogic, acquired by Dell for $1.4 billion in 2008. She remained at Dell as vice president of storage until 2010. Prior to EqualLogic, she served in engineering management positions at Allaire Corporation and oversaw all aspects of the ClusterCATS product line while at Bright Tiger Technologies.
Paula’s executive and technical leadership have been extensively recognized, including the New Hampshire High Tech Council Entrepreneur of the Year award, the Ernst & Young 2008 Northeast Regional “Entrepreneur of the Year” and a national finalist for the same award. She is a graduate of Westfield State College.