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Umair Hussain | 06 Jun 2013 | 0 comments

5230 has same capacity options as NetBackup 5220

5230 has same form factor & expansion shelf (2U+3U+3U)

5230 has 12 compute cores, 5220 has 8 cores

64 or 128GB RAM on 5230, 48 or 96GB RAM on 5220

Broader I/O configurations on 5230.

2 10Gb Ethernet standard on each 5230 option

5 PCI-e slots available for I/O on 5230  versus 4 on 5220

kirankamreddy | 29 May 2013 | 0 comments

AutoSupport provides proactive and automated support experiences for appliance customers. When enabled, AutoSupport proactively monitors appliance hardware components, automatically creates support tickets if necessary and forwards them to partners/support teams to expedite issue resolution. With AutoSupport, appliance issues get resolved even before the customer becomes aware of the issues. The following materials provide information on AutoSupport benefits and on how to enable AutoSupport. These are great external assets to keep handy and leverage during customer conversations on AutoSupport.

 

Quick video on how to enable AutoSupport: http://bit.ly/EnableAutoSupport

AutoSupport home page : http://go.symantec.com/autosupport

AutoSupport Solution Overview: http://bit.ly/ASSolBrief

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PackMatt73 | 10 May 2013 | 1 comment

 

Location: 

 Google+ Hangout (link below)

Time: 

 Fri, 10 May, 2013 - 13:00 - 14:00 EDT

 

Greetings Fans of Virtualization!

I have rounded up 2 Microsoft MVPs & a vmware vExpert for a G+ Hangout today at 1.00 EDT to discuss a White Paper they co-authored:

Virtual Machine Backup & Recovery: Five Critical Decisions

Join a panel of virtualization experts including

Alex Sakaguchi | 29 Apr 2013 | 0 comments

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Didn't get to attend a session at Vision 2013 that you wanted to? 

Or maybe this year you didn't get to attend Vision at all?  We've decided to take some of our top non-security Vision sessions and make them available through Google+ Hangouts On Air. Topics will focus on backup and recovery, archiving and eDiscovery, and business continuity and disaster recovery.

Each session will be broadcasted free to give you an opportunity to hear about the technology from the experts, get some insight into the roadmap and futures, and get your questions answered live.

Here's what you should do:

Click on the links in the Google+ Event Page column that corresponds with a session you're interested in.  The link will provide more information about the session, including participants, the date and...

Muzayun Mukhtar | 07 Apr 2013 | 0 comments

We have several user experience sessions between April 15th - 18th (PST) at Symantec Vision 2013 Las Vegas. Sign up to share your feedback with our Product and UX team. As thanks for your participation, and if permissible by your company policy, we will offer you a gift card redeemable at a host of online vendors. Please refer to the details below:

1.     NetBackup Storage Focus Group: Take part in a 90 minute Focus Group in which you will get to tell us how you want to see your storage overviews. We also want to know what information matters to you, so that we design keeping your needs in mind. For this focus group, we are looking for storage administrators who as part of their tasks manage or monitor storages in NetBackup. The session is scheduled for Monday 04.15 between 10:30-12pm and Tuesday 04.16 between 3:30-5pm.

2.     NetBackup SLP and A.I.R Monitoring and Management Focus Group...

Alex Sakaguchi | 02 Apr 2013 | 0 comments

Are you interested in seeing first hand the new advancements around virtualization backup and recovery coming in NetBackup 7.6?  Well, we've decided to host a Google Hangout as a sneakpeak into the latest and greatest, and broadcast it live from Vision 2013 in Las Vegas on 4/17.  This Hangout is open to the public and we're encouraging everyone to come check it out!

We'll be showing you things like how to backup 300 VMs in 3 minutes, backing up 3TB of data in 15 minutes, and much more.

Broadcasting live from the Expo Hall floor of the MGM Grand on April 17th from 12:00pm to 1:15pm Pacific time.  

RSVP on our Google + page: Protecting 300 VMs in 3 min

We'll be taking questions from panel members as well as those submitted through Google + and...

Alex Sakaguchi | 26 Mar 2013 | 0 comments

Dear NetBackup Users,

 

I came across an awesome story about how one company used NetBackup AIR to save them in a disaster recovery scenario.  I was pretty impressed with how they used the technology, and more so by how much it saved them in a real DR situation.  Here's the super consolidated and simplified version (or watch the VIDEO):

Super Cool Industries (real names have been changed) had recently upgraded their backup solution to NetBackup 7.5, which features a slick replication technology called AIR (Auto Image Replication).  They immediately began using AIR to replicate backup images from one of their plants to another.  One day, a crazy ice storm knocked the power out at the first plant, which left both it, and another plant that relied on one of its servers, stranded.

Now, previous to this upgrade, their old...

Francesco.R | 15 Mar 2013 | 22 comments

NetBackup 7.6Beta is currently being tested by a wealth number of customers. So far the feedback has been very positive especially with regards to one of its new features: NetBackup Accelerator for VMware.

NetBackup Accelerator reduces the backup time for VMware backups. NetBackup uses VMware Changed Block Tracking (CBT) to identify changes made within a virtual machine. Only the changed data blocks are sent to the NetBackup media server, to significantly reduce the I/O and backup time. The media server combines the new data with previous backup data and produces a traditional full NetBackup image that includes the complete virtual machine files

Accelerator has the following benefits:

  • Performs full backups faster than traditional backup.
  • Creates a compact backup stream that uses less network bandwidth between the backup host and the server.
  • Accelerator sends only changed data blocks for the backup. NetBackup then creates a full...
kirankamreddy | 25 Feb 2013 | 0 comments

Has data protection got you perplexed? Are you wondering if your current data protection plan is maximizing the value of the technology assets and not underutilizing them? Join this webcast on February 26th at 10 am PST to learn how to create efficient environments with the right people, right processes and right technologies in place to provide the best data protection for your company. Highlights of the webcast include:

  • Top operational challenges in data protection environments today
  • A comparison of various deployment models           
  • An introduction to a new deployment model—Managed Services

 

Don’t miss out on this webcast, register now! http://bit.ly/X5XEPf   

Alex Sakaguchi | 21 Feb 2013 | 2 comments

Don’t customers hate being misled?

I know I do.  Sometimes it can be innocent…you know, like maybe the sales person wasn’t as knowledgeable as he/she could’ve been.  Or perhaps they were new.  In any case, it behooves the customer to do some homework to make sure that they are not being misled, innocently or otherwise.

 

Your homework is done.

I came across a situation recently where a customer said that a vendor told them their solution could do global deduplication the same as Symantec, but cheaper.  My first thought was wow that’s a big deal.  As you may know, Symantec deduplication capabilities built into NetBackup and Backup Exec offer customers the flexibility of leveraging dedupe at the client, server, or target, and can efficiently dedupe across workloads like physical and...