While there’s immediate and increasing interest in evolving infrastructure to support distributed, scale-out databases and cloud databases, a lack of robust backup and recovery technologies hinders adoption, according to a new study by research firm Dimensional Research and Datos IO, a provider of data protection software.

The survey of 204 worldwide IT professionals responsible for application and database deployment, operation, management and architecture, looks at the rising demand for distributed applications and adoption of scale-out databases, including MongoDB and Cassandra (Apache and DataStax).

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