Re: [Veritas-bu] HP Data Protector vs Veritas Net Backup

2015-12-06 09:52:24
Subject: Re: [Veritas-bu] HP Data Protector vs Veritas Net Backup
From: Bahadir Kiziltan <bahadir.kiziltan AT gmail DOT com>
To: VERITAS-BU AT mailman.eng.auburn DOT edu
Date: Sun, 6 Dec 2015 16:52:19 +0200
What's the primary purpose of replicating data off-site? DR or long term retention? If it's latter, then you would try CloudBoost, which is fully integrated with Avamar/NW/NBU today. It allows backup data to be sent to public/private service providers.
And next year, DD will have a feature called Cloud Tiering. DD will be able to natively use blob storage on cloud as an extension and based on the defined policies, data will be moved to cloud tier in deduplicated form (no need to rehyradate and dedupe again), regardless of the backup software being used.

On Sat, Nov 28, 2015 at 5:09 AM, tech472 <nbu-forum AT backupcentral DOT com> wrote:
Yes you're right, we're researching all options one being to replicate our existing DD units to a cloud provider. We're kind of stuck with them based on their original cost and the fact that they don't talk to other storage units, though purchasing another DD just costs too much. Actifio sounds like an interesting option which I'll read up on. Thanks so much for the info.


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