NAKIVO Releases v3.8 Featuring vSphere 5.5 Support and Self-Healing

NAKIVO Backup and Replication v3.8 now fully supports the latest VMware vSphere 5.5 release and features backup repository self-healing.

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NAKIVO

Campbell, CA (PRWEB) December 23, 2013

NAKIVO Inc., #1 virtualization data protection software provider, has announced today that it has released v3.8 of NAKIVO Backup & Replication. The new version adds vSphere 5.5 support and self-healing for backup repositories.

NAKIVO Backup & Replication v3.8 now fully supports the most recent release of VMware vSphere, including support for 62TB virtual disks. With this update, customers can backup, replicate, and recover VMs running on the latest VMware hypervisor.

In addition to supporting the latest VMware hypervisor, the new version also adds support for the recent Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 operating systems.

NAKIVO also introduces the self-healing feature for backup repositories. Network connectivity disruptions, change of credentials and permissions, improper backup repository detach, and even third-party software can cause metadata and backup data to be locked, partially written, or even corrupted in a backup repository. To ensure backup repository integrity at all times, NAKIVO introduces the self-healing feature. In the new version, the product runs scheduled self-checks to verify backup repository consistency and automatically repairs discovered errors.

Built for virtualization, NAKIVO Backup & Replication offers a complete data protection feature set for virtualized environments, including local and offsite VM backup and replication, support for live applications & databases, granular recovery, network acceleration, data deduplication and compression, Web UI, AES-256 encryption, advanced reporting, and vCloud Director support.

"We are constantly inventing new approaches and technologies such as self-healing to improve our virtualization data protection solution," said Bruce Talley, CEO and Co-Founder of NAKIVO. "Our growth is accelerating as more VMware professionals discover the advanced functionality, ease of use, and superior performance of NAKIVO Backup & Replication."

Resources

Overview: http://www.nakivo.com/product.htm
Datasheet: http://www.nakivo.com/Resources/NBR-DS.pdf
Success Stories: http://www.nakivo.com/customer_successes.htm
Trial Download: http://www.nakivo.com/en/VMware-Backup-Free-Trial.htm

About NAKIVO

Headquartered in Silicon Valley, NAKIVO is a privately-held, self-funded software company that has been profitable since founding in 2012. With more than 1500 customers worldwide, NAKVIO develops and markets a line of next generation data protection products for VMware vShpere ESXi virtualized environments with live applications & databases, including Microsoft Active Directory, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL, and Oracle. NAKIVO provides one of the most affordable, highly reliable and easiest to use VM backup and replication solution for enabling SMBs to protect, encrypt, compress and deduplicate VM data onsite, offsite and in the cloud. NAKIVO also enables hosting, managed, and cloud services providers to create and offer VM Backup-as-a service, Replication-as-a service and DR-as-a service, to their customers. NAKIVO was the first virtualization backup specialist to offer VM backup to public clouds such as Amazon to SMB customers and multi-tenancy to service providers and enterprise customers. For more information, please visit: http://www.nakivo.com.

Media Contact

Yana Petrenko
MarCom Manager, NAKIVO
yana.petrenko(at)nakivo(dot)com
+1 408 916 5955

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