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Symantec Backup Exec V-Ray Edition

Symantec Backup Exec 2014 delivers powerful, flexible, and easy-to-use backup and recovery to protect your virtual machines. Using modern technology, Backup Exec backs up local or remote data to virtually any storage device including tape, disk and cloud. Recovery is fast and efficient. With a few simple clicks, you can quickly search and restore entire vms, virtualized applications and granular file or application objects directly from storage.
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Webcasts

Top Strategies for Improving Your Deduplication Performance

  • Date: 03/25/2014
  • Presented by: Michael Krutikov, Sr. Product Marketing Manager
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Virtualization in the New Age, VMware 5.5 Support and Beyond

  • Date: 12/12/2013
  • Presented by: Michael Krutikov, Sr. Product Marketing Manager and Kris Walsh, Sr. Systems Engineer, VMware

Migration Accelerator – Get on the Fast Track to Virtualization Success

Learn best practices for success through virtualization.
  • Date: 11/07/2013
  • Presented by: Michael Krutikov, Senior Product Marketing Manager

Best Practices for Protecting Virtual Machines with Backup Exec

Join Aidan Finley, Senior Manager, Product Management for a look at Symantec’s Best Practices for virtual machine Backup and Recovery webinar and how you can protect your virtual machines with Backup Exec (using agents or without agents) while saving money and time and avoiding disastrous pitfalls with Backup Exec.
  • Date: 06/04/2013
  • Presented by: Aidan Finley, Senior Manager, Product Management

Community Spotlight

Need to change activity monitor logs

I need a solution We would like to change activity monitor logs on Linux master running 7.1.0.4. I know we need to change these: KEEP_JOBS_HOURS = hours KEEP_JOBS_SUCCESSFUL_HOURS = hours   But, I have seen several ways to do this either by editing the bp.conf or using bpgetconfig...

Posted: 16-Sep-2014 11:36:44

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