Hytrust Assigned Patent

Triggering discovery points based on change
By Francis Pelletier on 2018.11.08

Hytrust, Inc., Mountain View, CA, has been assigned a patent (10,102,079) developed by Long, Paula, Amherst, NH, Hsu-Hung, Damon, Sudbury, MA, Sondhi, Eric, Tyngsboro, MA, Zelikov, Misha, Neeham, MA, Panner, Bryan Keith, Windham, NH, Bochkov, Dmitry, Derry, NH, Ferris, Andrew, Pepperel, MA, and McCall, Eric K., Peterborough, NH, for a "triggering discovery points based on change."

The abstract of the patent published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states: "A single system merges primary data storage, data protection, and intelligence. Intelligence is provided through in-line data analytics, and data intelligence and analytics are gathered on protected data and prior analytics, and stored in discovery points, all without impacting performance of primary storage. As data is written it is automatically mirrored for data protection as part of a High Availability, (HA) process. Real-time analysis is done in-line with the HA processing, enabling a variety of data analytics. Data content can be mined from within files or blocks. The gathered intelligence is used to tag objects with extended metadata, enabling both valuable search options and rapid restore options. Data recovery begins with metadata restoration, followed by near-instantaneous access to ‘hot’ regions of data being restored, allowing site operation to continue or resume while a restore is ongoing.

The patent application was filed on December 22, 2015 (14/978,674).

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