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Symantec’s Backup Exec 3600 Appliance – Power Up, Configure, and Go.

Created: 23 Oct 2011
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What does it traditionally take to set your environment with a backup server?

Well, first of all, you have to select the server that will become your media server. What specifications should it have and should you get warranty?

Then you need to find a storage solution. How much storage should you get, what brand, should you get an appliance that will allow the use of OST (Open Storage) for the oh-so-hot deduplication, and again, should you get warranty?

Now that you have chosen the hardware, you now need to purchase the server operating system and your trusted backup software, which would involve the core license as well as the agents for all the servers you are backing up and options including the deduplication option.

Once you have made all those purchases, it is now time to install and configure everything. Now, you are ready to back up your environment.

This has been the way to back up for years and Symantec’s Backup Exec has been the trusted software to do the job. Now Symantec has taken backups to another level. Symantec’s new Backup Exec 3600 appliance is a brilliant plug and play backup solution – it includes the hardware and software needed to back up an environment.

Backup Exec 3600 includes the media server, Windows 2008R2 x64, unlimited agents and options* that can be pushed out, it supports up to 5.5TB of deduplicated data, backup data can be copied to USB  (RDX), NAS (B2D), Nirvanix cloud, and other Symantec appliances, and one or three year warranty all in one. Yes, a single, consolidated backup solution for both physical and virtual resources.

Symantec’s Backup Exec 3600 Appliance – Power Up, Configure, and Go.

For pricing and other questions regarding this and other Symantec products and services, please contact your rep at PC Mall.

 

* You can find all the agents and options, specifications, and other information on Symantec’s Backup Exec 3600 Appliance page.