NAKIVO Inc., the fastest-growing virtualization and cloud backup software company for VMware environments, has announced today the launch of the v5.6 Beta Program. NAKIVO invites VMware professionals to try NAKIVO Backup & Replication v5.6 Beta featuring instant Screenshot Verification. More details and v5.6 Beta download are available at www.nakivo.com/beta.htm.
NAKIVO Backup & Replication v5.6 Beta provides an automated way to instantly verify VM backups by sending a screenshot of the recovered VM as a proof of recoverability. After a VM backup is completed, the Screenshot Verification feature recovers the VM with Flash VM Boot, makes a screenshot of the booted OS, discards the recovered VM, and sends a report with the screenshot via email. Screenshot Verification can also be run ad hoc or scheduled to run on a particular day. This way you can not only trust that you have a good backup, but also see (and show to your management) that VMs are recoverable.
"The new screenshoot verification feature in v5.6 Beta can provide a proof of recoverability for every VM backup, thus ensuring that files, application objects, and entire VMs can be recovered from every VM backup," said Bruce Talley, CEO and co-founder of NAKIVO. "We are excited to invite VMware professionals to try the new v5.6 Beta and help us make NAKIVO Backup & replication even better."
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Named one of the top 10 coolest storage startups of 2014 by CRN, NAKIVO is delivering a new way to protect VMware environments more reliably, efficiently, and cost effectively. NAKIVO Backup & Replication is VMware-certified, purely agentless, and can be deployed on both Linux and Windows. Featuring a simple and intuitive Web UI, the product can back up and replicate VMware VMs onsite, offsite, and to private/public clouds. NAKIVO Backup & Replication supports live applications and databases, instantly recovers VMs, files, and application objects directly from compressed and de-duplicated VM backups, speeds up data transfer with network acceleration, and reduces data size with global deduplication and compression.
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Headquartered in Silicon Valley, NAKIVO is a privately-held software company that has been profitable since founding in 2012. With more than 5,500 customers - including many Fortune 1,000 companies - and over 800 channel partners across 102 countries worldwide, NAKIVO develops and markets a line of next generation data protection products for clouds and VMware virtualized environments. NAKIVO provides a fast, reliable, and affordable VM backup and replication solution for enabling SMBs and enterprises to protect and recover VM data onsite, offsite, and to the cloud. NAKIVO has also enabled over 50 hosting, managed, and cloud services providers to create and offer VM Backup-as-a-Service, Replication-as-a-Service, and DR-as-a-Service to their customers. NAKIVO was the first virtualization backup specialist to offer SMBs cloud backup to public clouds such as Amazon and multi-tenancy to cloud service providers and enterprise customers. For more information, please visit www.nakivo.com.
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