Organizations today are looking for better ways to improve efficiency, reduce their exposure to unplanned downtime, and maintain high availability while keeping disaster recovery and business continuity. NAKIVO, a company that develops a line of next generation data protection products for VMware virtualized environments, is addressing this growing trend and its challenges, by launching NAKIVO Backup & Replication v3.0.
NAKIVO with its 3.0 release hits an important milestone in cloud integrated VM data protection.
“Last year we were excited to be the first to market with a completely integrated solution for protecting virtualized data with VM backups locally, offsite, and in public clouds. This release expands on that lead, with additional functionality addressing the recovery challenges facing our rapidly expanding customer base,” Bruce Talley, chief executive officer and co-founder of NAKIVO said in a statement.
With NAKIVO Backup & Replication v3.0, files can be instantly accessed and restored from any VM backup, regardless whether it is a few feet or few thousand miles away, enabling rapid operational recovery from anywhere, including backups stored in remote public clouds.
The new version of NAKIVO Backup & Replication comes with new automated single-click integration for Amazon. It provides VM backup, replication and recovery reporting on any job, group of jobs, or all defined jobs. Additionally, reports can be scheduled, automatically generated and sent via e-mail.
In addition new features, NAKIVO Backup & Replication v3.0 offers a complete data protection feature set for virtualized environments, including Web 2.0 UI, local and offsite VM backup and replication, support for live applications & databases, deduplication, compression and encryption.
NAKIVO Backup & Replication comes in two editions - The Essentials Edition works only with VMware vSphere Essentials and Essentials+ and costs $199 per socket; The Pro Edition works with VMware vSphere Standard, Enterprise, and Enterprise+ and costs $399 per socket.