Want to know more about the new Cohesity 6.5 (UI) User Interface and all the core capabilities, watch the below video of the demo. Not all capabilities (old and new) are covered in this demo, it is meant to provide an overview of the core capabilities.
Topics covered in this demo:
Registering External Sources
Creating Protection Jobs
Restores (File & Virtual Machine)
Clone Virtual Machine
Creating Views/Shares (SMB/NFS/S3)
Cohesity Marketplace Apps
What’s New in 6.5:
Comprehensive Protection for Kubernetes Namespaces
(CDP) Continuous Data Protection for Mission-Critical Virtual Machines
In this video, I quickly run through how to connect to (AD) Active Directory as a source and register it as an Active Directory server using our latest software version 6.5. Then I show a Active Directory protection job I had already ran previously. And finally, I show how easy it is to perform a Active Directory restore of a user account in which I deleted at the beginning of the video.
Cohesity has an agent install that allows us to do granular backups and recoveries of Microsoft’s Active Directory objects. Anyone that has had to do an “Authoritative AD Restore” in their day knows how painful that can be after someone has deleted an entire (OU) Organizational Unit from Active Directory!
With Cohesity, you are able to backup the entire Active Directory database. Then do a granular restore of a single or multiple AD objects. The user interface presents you a comparison screen to show what AD objects are missing compared to a previous backup snapshot making it easy to see what has been deleted.
If you have enabled the AD Recycle Bin feature, we will restore it from there to ensure all the properties of the AD object are restored with it. If you do not have AD Recycling Bin enabled, we will restore the object but may be missing some properties in the same way it would with an Authoritative Restore after the Tombstone period has passed.
So system administrators can celebrate…no more are the days of doing an “Authoritative Restore” on your Domain Controllers! It is now quick and easy to restore an object.
In this video, I walk you through enabling the use of apps on the Cohesity platform, installing, configuring and running the Clam AV app to protect file shares located on the Cohesity platform.
The Cohesity platform can act as a File/Object store (NAS) to replace your existing NAS or Windows File Shares. We also run Cohesity and 3rd party applications as containers on our platform. See our Marketplace for a full list of the available apps.
ClamAV App Description:
Protecting data on your file storage against viruses is important but relying on antivirus sitting outside of your NAS environment is inefficient. Moving data over the network for antivirus scans outside of your NAS servers adds unnecessary overhead and makes data vulnerable.
Now, with the integrated Clam AV app offered by Cohesity, users can scan the files stored in the Cohesity DataPlatform directly, without sending the files to an external scanner.
In this video, I walk through the process of downloading, installing, configuring and running the Cohesity Insight application on the Cohesity platform. I show the power of the app and how it can search for text patterns in numerous file types. See below for additional information on the Cohesity Insight application.
Insight App Description:
As backup and unstructured data grows exponentially, customers are often unaware of what data is stored, who has access to it and for how long. Customers need to retrieve or take action on files that contain specific information to gain business insights or for compliance purposes.
The Cohesity Insight app can help you easily perform an interactive text search on data stored on the Cohesity DataPlatform. The file types covered include office, text, pdf’s and zipped folders of these file types. The app can be pointed to Cohesity file shares (Views) as well as backed up objects.