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Virtualization complicated backup using legacy products, but virtual machine backup software offers flexibility and a richer feature set.
A data backup appliance combines software and hardware in a single box, configured and ready to go. Once considered just an SMB option, these products are ready for the enterprise.
Virtualization backup tools have become a crucial investment for many IT shops. Choosing the right one requires an analysis of the features and cost.
VStorage API for Data Protection replaced VMware Consolidated Backup and VMware Data Recovery. It works with VMware Data Protection and other tools.
Curtis Preston discusses the pros and cons of agent-based backup software such as TSM or Netvault compared to an agentless backup solution like Asigra.
What does CommVault Simpana 10 error code 19:757 mean and how do I resolve it?
What does CommVault Simpana 10 Error code 19:861 mean and how do I resolve it?
How does agentless backup of virtual servers work? How does the system understand what needs to be backed up?
Have you heard of any backup software products that support object storage? Do you expect more will eventually? Why or why not?
At Oracle CloudWorld in Boston, Oracle exec Shawn Price and consultant R "Ray" Wang discussed cloud computing trends that the vendor is looking to capitalize on as user adoption grows.