NAKIVO releases its much-awaited Backup & Replication solution v9.1. The new release takes data protection to a new level. The backup functionality extends to the untouched zones. The new release adds support for backup to tape and Linux Server Backup. This would bring a sigh of relief to a large number of enterprises seeking this functionality for a long time. With the release of v9.1, the data protection touches a new height as the new functions include native backup to tape, physical Linux server backup, physical workstation backup, and instant verifications & validations. Nakivo Inc. is a fastly growing software company engaged in protecting virtualized and cloud environments.

The new features are quite exciting extending the solution’s platform coverage. These key features now ensure an enterprise to cover its complete backup and replication requirements. That means having this solution means holistic data protection for an enterprise.

Native Backup to Tape means the backups will now be more reliable and cost-effective. As we all know that tape backup is one of the most reliable and cost-effective solutions for long term data retention even today. That means NAKIVO Backup & Replication v9.1 delivers a comprehensive tape management solution. It supports LTO 3 and later tape libraries, AWS VTL, and standalone tape drives. The new solution also covers enterprise-grade tape backup functionalities that include tape device management, tape cartridge management, and tape backup management. Enterprises using NAKIVO Backup & Replication v9.1 can now track all tape cartridges, their content, location, and status. Customers will be able to browse, search, and filter all tape backups. Also, they can see what cartridges are needed for the restoration of a machine to a particular point in time, and so on.

Physical Linux Server Backup can easily happen with NAKIVO Backup & Replication v9.1. This would include virtual, physical, and cloud servers. So, whether it is Vmware, Hyper-V, or Nutanix AHV in a virtual environment, or physical Windows Server, or AWS EC2 cloud servers, it is all included in v9.1. The best part is its proprietary change tracking technology that helps not only in performing incremental backups of Linux servers but also in improving backup performance and thus lowering storage needs. Recovery of files, folders, and application objects becomes easier as it happens directly from compressed and deduplicated backups. Physical Linux Server machines can now be recovered to Vmware and Hyper-C VMs.

Physical Workstation Backup has become an utmost important necessity for enterprises with an increase in edge computing. NAKIVO Backup & Replication v9.1 backs up physical Windows workstations comprehensively. Backups remain incremental and compression and deduplication can happen in automatic mode. Files and folders can be recovered from workstation backups as and when needed. Here also, the backups and be restored to Vmware and Hyper-V VMs.

Instant Verification can do many things instantly and intelligently. For instance, it can recover a VM from its backup. It can also boot a VM replica with networking turned off while checking the OS heartbeat with the help of VMware Tools or Hyper-V Integration services. Instant verification also ensures that backups can be successfully recovered.

Bruce Talley, CEO, NAKIVO Inc. says,

“NAKIVO Backup & Replication v9.1 goes a step further in protecting business-critical data and applications. Our customers can now protect their virtual, physical, and cloud environments with a single product while improving reliability and extending recovery options.”

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