WILMINGTON, Del., July 2, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Increasing its leadership in high-performance backup and recovery for enterprises and managed services providers, Bacula Systems today announced its second-generation backup and recovery module for Red Hat® Virtualization. This natively integrated Bacula Enterprise module allows the functionality of Differential, Incremental and Full backup levels, together with a range of advanced customization features. The new features are designed to provide ease, speed and efficiency for IT managers and all users of Red Hat Virtualization.
Some of the features of Bacula’s new RHV module are:
- Agentless, snapshot backups of RHV virtual machines
- Differential, Incremental and Full backup levels
- Single File Recovery
- Powerful selection and exclusion mechanisms for fine control
- Transparent quiescing and snapshot creation
- Restore flexibility: to a different cluster/storage
- Restore to existing or new virtual instances
- Configuration of restored virtual machines on the fly
“Bacula Enterprise is the only backup and recovery software in the world that can provide super-high levels of performance for so many different kinds of virtual environments. This innovation translates to saved time, higher efficiency, and far lower costs for IT departments and data centers. Bacula’s efficiency multiplies even further when taking into consideration its ability to easily span entire physical, virtual, container, cloud and hybrid environments, regardless of architecture - all from a single platform,” said Frank Barker, CEO, Bacula Systems.
“Bacula's modern architecture allows for a variety of unique ways for organizations to better protect themselves from ransomware and other malware. Now users of Red Hat Virtualization can also exploit Bacula’s remarkable ability in securing virtual infrastructures from advanced threats," said Aristide Caraccio, VP of Sales and Marketing for Bacula Systems.
About Bacula Systems
Bacula Enterprise Edition is a highly scalable backup and recovery software for large organizations, data centers and MSPs.
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Source: Bacula Systems