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EMC Announces Data Protection Software at SYS-CON's 4th International Virtualization Conference & Expo
New updates are part of integrated solutions that meet specific data protection requirements for Microsoft and VMware

EMC has announced the newest versions of data protection software. These new updates are part of integrated solutions that meet specific data protection requirements for analysis and reporting, backup for Microsoft and VMware virtual environments, data de-duplication and replication, helping customers slow data growth, reduce capacity and lower total cost of operations.

The products with new and expanded capabilities include:

  • EMC Data Protection Advisor- The next-generation of EMC Backup Advisor, providing proactive analysis and reporting software that helps users make the right decisions at the right cost, faster. Now new features include support for VMware and EMC Celerra unified storage systems, in addition to expanded support of EMC Avamar, and Data Domain platforms.
  • EMC NetWorker - New capabilities in EMC's enterprise backup and recovery software that provides cost-effective, comprehensive protection include being the first backup application to support Microsoft Hyper-V, strengthened management of VMware Infrastructure, and expanded support for EMC software and storage arrays, including EMC RecoverPoint, EMC HomeBase and EMC Symmetrix TimeFinder.
  • EMC Avamar- The latest version of EMC's backup and recovery software featuring source-based data de-duplication that reduces storage and bandwidth requirements, provides a host of new capabilities that enhance security, offer additional capacity reporting, and simplify and streamline management.
  • EMC RecoverPoint- EMC's solution for EMC and non-EMC storage arrays delivers greater efficiencies and protection options with new continuous data protection (CDP) capabilities for advanced replication configurations, support for VMware Site Recovery Manager, Microsoft cluster integration to improve application availability, and virtual provisioning support for EMC CLARiiON CX4 networked storage systems.

Kronos has turned to EMC to consolidate its backup infrastructure. "Previously, we were using several different backup products and manually reporting on the success of each. The process could take anywhere from four to six hours and put a significant strain on our IT staff," said Michael Moran, information technology manager at Kronos. "EMC has helped us standardize our backup environment leveraging EMC NetWorker and an EMC Disk Library 4100. We also use EMC Data Protection Advisor to provide detailed analysis of our infrastructure in a matter of minutes. By consolidating our backup efforts using EMC solutions, we have a more holistic view of our infrastructure, allowing us to be more proactive in our data protection strategy and execution."

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