Check Out New Features in Version 3.2 of NAKIVO Backup & Replication


 

Check Out New Features in Version 3.2

WAN Acceleration

WAN and LAN links are often slow or have limited bandwidth, driving the need to optimize network utilization with technology that can reduce network traffic. With NAKIVO Backup & Replication, network acceleration is achieved with enhanced compression and traffic reduction techniques which enable 2X faster backup and replication, as well as recovery of VMs and files from local and offsite backups.

vCloud Director Support

Answering the increasing need for a data protection solution in cloud environments, NAKIVO has added support for vCloud Director in v3.2. NAKIVO Backup & Replication can now back up and replicate vCloud Director vApp VMs, recover files from vApp VM backups, as well as recover full VMs back into vApps.

Support for RHEL and SLES

In addition to supporting the latest Windows Server and Ubuntu Linux editions, NAKIVO Backup & Replication v3.2 now supports Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® (RHEL) and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES). Now shops with only RHEL and SLES can install and operate NAKIVO Backup & Replication without the need to deploy and maintain a new OS type.

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  • Intuitive, Web 2.0, tablet-ready interface
  • Local and offsite VM backup and replication with up to 1 minute RPO
  • Support for live applications and databases
  • File recovery from local, offsite, and cloud backups NEW
  • Single-click integration with Amazon cloud NEW
  • Built-in, block level deduplication across entire backup repository
  • Scheduled and on-demand business reporting NEW
  • Compression in-flight and at the rest, CBT, AES-256 encryption

 

  

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