All You Need to Know About HYCU for Enterprise Clouds in 60 seconds

February 26, 2021

In the first of a new series of videos, Tanja Tomic, Senior Demand Gen Manager, sits down with Marko Ljubanovic, Director of Global Systems Engineering to discuss HYCU for Enterprise Clouds in 60 seconds.

What is HYCU?

Watch as Marko shares answers to the following:

  • What is HYCU?
  • What is purpose-built data protection?
  • Where does HYCU for Enterprise Clouds run?
  • How do you deploy HYCU?
  • What hypervisors does HYCU support?
  • What apps does HYCU support?
  • How many agents does HYCU need to run?
  • Does HYCU support Nutanix remote offices?
  • Does HYCU support Nutanix Files?
  • Does HYCU protect against ransomware?
  • Does HYCU support Nutanix Clusters on AWS?
  • Where can I get HYCU for Enterprise Clouds?

All you need to know about HYCU for Enterprise Clouds, Nutanix and VMware, in 60 seconds! You can watch the conversation below!


Join us each week on Fridays as we share insights on more of what makes HYCU a compelling solution for multi-cloud backup, data management, migration, protection and recovery, all as a service, with zero agents and no additional hardware or software licenses required. If you're interested in learning more, reach out to us at info@hycu.com or give us a try at TryHYCU

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Director, Global Systems Engineering

Marko Ljubanovic, Director, Global Systems Engineering. Marko is the director of global systems engineering at HYCU. For more than 15 years, his focus has been on design and support for next-generation data protection, multi-cloud, backup and recovery to companies worldwide. Prior to HYCU, he held pre-sales, project management and technical team leadership positions at Comtrade Software and Hermes Softlab. When not solving the hardest technology challenges, you can find Marko enjoying the surf with friends and family. He holds a BSc in Information Technology from the University of Ljubljana.

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