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Symantec Backup Exec V-Ray Edition

Symantec Backup Exec 2012 V-Ray Edition is designed to completely protect your VMware or Hyper-V virtual environments. With advanced host-based virtual protection and integrated deduplication, the V-Ray Edition gives you worry-free backup and recovery for virtual machines and virtualized applications. And Backup Exec gives you granular recovery of entire virtual machines, single files, Active Directory objects, Exchange emails, or SharePoint documents from a single-pass, host-level backup.
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New Features

  • Support for the latest hypervisor, operating system and application releases: VMware vSphere 5.5, Windows Server 2012 (via a remote agent), Hyper-V Server 2012, SQL 2012 SP1, Exchange 2013 and SharePoint 2013.
  • New innovative and modern administration console makes it easier than ever to set up backups, manage backup policies, perform disaster recoveries, and convert backups of servers to virtual machines for instant disaster recovery.
  • Rapidly recover an entire server, to the same hardware or dissimilar hardware in minutes, not hours or days.
  • Convert Backups to Virtual Machines for instant recovery so that if a server fails, you can get that server back up and running in a VMware or Hyper-V environment in the time it takes you to turn on a virtual machine!
  • Restore Wizards guide you through a process that is designed specifically for the type of data that you want to restore. For example, when you restore application data, you are prompted only with the options that apply to that application's data. The Restore Wizard guides you through restoring an entire server, files, and folders, volumes, and application data.
  • Virtual Machine Auto Recovery for VMware provides high availability for virtual applications. Through the Backup Exec Management Plug-in 2.0 for VMware with Symantec’s ApplicationHA 6.0, enables Backup Exec to automatically restore a failed VM in order to recover lost application services once Symantec ApplicationHA has exhausted the steps to remediate the failure.

Key Features

  • Easily restore virtual machines, applications, databases, file/folders or granular objects from a single pass backup in seconds with patented V-Ray technology
  • Agentless backup of virtual machines
  • Integrated bare-metal, dissimilar hardware and physical to virtual (P2V) recovery
  • Best of breed data deduplication to optimize any backup strategy with client, media server and appliance data deduplication
  • Innovative and modern administration console makes it easier than ever to set up backups, manage backup policies, perform disaster recoveries, and convert backups to virtual machines for instant disaster recovery
  • Protects a broad range of operating systems, platforms, applications and databases in both virtual and physical environments with support for disk and tape storage devices

Key Benefits

  • Award winning data protection and disaster recovery designed for physical and virtual environments in a single unified solution
  • Protect an unlimited number of virtual machines per host
  • Dramatically minimize downtime and data loss by rapidly recovering what you need, when you need it with a single click
  • Recover an entire system to the same hardware, entirely different hardware or virtual machine in the time it takes you to turn on a virtual machine
  • Easily reduce data backup storage by 10:1 and shrink the backup window while optimizing network utilization across physical and virtual environments
  • Eliminate point solutions, backup complexity, unnecessary storage growth, costs and risk with a single unified scalable solution

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