Nakivo 9.0 is live
Another major release in less than 1 year is a great result for Nakivo: a demonstration of the hard-working team, that wants to stay aligned with the ecosystem release (like Hyper-V 2019, vSphere 6.7) and follow new trends like cloud, NAS and applications backup. Let’s see in-depth.
Focus on Windows Server Backup
Unfortunately, the world is not yet virtual! Sometimes is struggling to hear that a lot of companies are adopting two or three backup systems to cover their entire data center workload. Nakivo 9.0 comes with Physical server support which covers: database backup like SQL Server and Oracle, and also Active Directory, SharePoint and Exchange.
This feature also permits to realize a physical backup and a virtual restore into vSphere and Hyper-V infrastructures. In this way, the migration from Windows physical server with the critical applications into the virtual environment could be very easy.
For further information just check here: https://www.nakivo.com/windows-server-backup/
Features at glance
With release 9.0 Nakivo gains the support for Hyper-V 2019 (comes with Windows Server 2019) and the list of the supported platforms is updated as the following:
- VMware vSphere 6.7
- AWS EC2
- Microsoft Hyper-V 2019
- Windows Server 2019
- Nutanix AHV
Just to remember that Nakivo enables also backup and replication for vSphere, Hyper-V and AWS infrastructures and could be installed as Virtual Appliance, Linux/Windows software or directly in NAS systems like EMC DataDomain, Synology, QNAP, Asustore, FreeNAS, Netgear and, last coming, in a Raspberry Pi.
If you wanna try just register and download a free trial here: https://www.nakivo.com/resources/download/trial-download/
NAKIVO, Inc. is a privately-held company founded in 2012. NAKIVO develops a fast, reliable, and affordable data protection solution for VMware, Hyper-V, and cloud environments.
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This post is sponsored by Nakivo, Inc. Thoughts and experiences come from my own.