The increased use of VMware environments by companies has given rise for the need to safeguard these environments and improve transformation with dependable backup solutions for VMware.
NAKIVO is one such company that provides VM backup to cloud software services. Strengthening the backup capabilities of VMware environments, NAKIVO recently introduced NAKIVO Backup & Replication v2.0 Free Edition. According to the company, this free edition helps users store and retrieve data easily as the solution is highly portable.
The latest edition allows users to select VMs in various formats. They can pick VMs locally, remotely or even on the WAN. The cloud storage offered in this product is simple to use and safer compared to traditional methods of backups, the company has stated.
The Free Edition can be installed in matter of minutes and is highly user friendly. It also provides automatic de-duplication facilities at the block level, which means the users can store more data in less space.
Recently, the company also introduced NAKIVO Backup & Replication v1.0 for commercial use. In this version, the company has provided backup for VM environments with cloud storage.
Nakivo offers WAN based Backup and Replication for dynamic virtualized environments. The products offered are affordable and easy to use. With features such as advanced VM protection and rapid VMware infrastructure discovery, this product is ideal for VMware environments and is highly reliable as well.
“With NAKIVO Backup & Replication Free Edition, I can archive my VMs before decommissioning. The compressed and de-duplicated VM archive occupies only a trivial amount of storage space. The NAKIVO archive has already saved me several times, when we needed to recover data from decommissioned and deleted VMs.” Jim Nugid, System Administrator at SRSsoft.
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