Bacula Systems Backup and Recovery Software: New Release With New Ease and Speed Features
Bacula Systems' new Enterprise Edition 8.10 introduces a range of feature additions designed to save time and offer more options for Software and MSP companies
YVERDON-LES-BAINS, Switzerland, December 29, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Leading with new technologies in backup and recovery software for large enterprises and managed services providers, Bacula Systems (baculasystems.com) today announced Bacula Enterprise Edition 8.10, with new management and performance features for the modern data center.
This is the latest in a series of Bacula Enterprise Edition releases during 2017, which is benefiting from accelerated development. This version has new NDMP management tools for browsing and data recovery in an NDMP environment, and Swift Object Storage Features, such as automatic data restore including restore to the original or an alternative Swift container. Management features to both its GUI and command line interface have also been enriched, making Bacula Enterprise Edition one of the most flexible backup solutions available today in the industry. Bacula Systems customers include NASA, Texas A&M University, Swisscom, Bank Austria and many more.
In addition to the NDMP and Swift Object Storage features, Bacula Enterprise Edition 8.10 also adds more management capabilities to its deduplication tool. Bacula's development continues at a fast pace, and Bacula Systems will be making more software capability announcements early in 2018.
Aristide Caraccio, VP of Sales
Bacula Enterprise Edition 8.10 is a highly scalable backup and restore software for data centers, MSPs and Cloud Providers. Directly answering the IT industry’s challenge of exploding data volume with a low cost subscription model that does not charge relative to data volume, Bacula Enterprise Edition makes it easier to predict cloud data recovery costs and is well-known as an especially customizable and flexible backup and restore solution that benefits both modest and large-sized data centers.
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