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Microsoft DPM 2010 with EVault Backup and Recovery

Written By: langdon on January 18, 2010 3 Comments

i365 and Microsoft to Develop Heterogeneous Solutions Joining Microsoft DPM 2010 with EVault Backup and Recovery

Are you interested in joining the Beta Test program for a new Back-up and Data Recovery  Service from i365 that  extends Microsoft Data Protection Manager 2010 (DPM) across non-Microsoft platforms using i365’s EVault data protection software and storage solutions infrastructure ?

EVault recently announced a joint collaboration program with Microsoft to develop a heterogeneous solution that will allow IT managers to extend Microsoft Data Protection Manager 2010 (DPM) across non-Microsoft platforms and into the Cloud, using i365’s EVault data protection software and cloud-connected storage solutions infrastructure.  This collaboration includes both technology and joint go-to-market components.    A growing number of companies are adopting Microsoft’s DPM as their standard for Windows backup and recovery.  Yet many of these companies also run other operating systems and applications for part of their business and want a single solution that extends Microsoft’s DPM to protect data from both Windows and non-Windows environments.

The new Microsoft/i365 collaboration will provide an integrated data protection environment for Windows file servers and applications, as well as other platforms and applications, such as UNIX, Linux, Novell Netware, VMware, IBM System i, and Oracle. This single integrated solution will enable IT teams to provide data protection and disaster recovery more efficiently and at less cost.  The i365 cloud option automatically brings the data off-site, ensuring business continuity even if a facility is damaged or destroyed. The solution will be available in several configurations including an appliance based backup solution, powered by Seagate, and is scheduled for delivery early in 2010.

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