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|Quest Software Unveils NetVault Extended Architecture to Align Backup and Recovery with Service Continuity|
Next-Generation Platform Redefines Data Protection by Enabling IT to Manage Backups Based on Specific Business and Technology Services
The role of backup and recovery has changed. In addition to ensuring
organizations have at least one good copy of their data, IT must now
make sure mission-critical applications and databases can be restored in
accordance with service level agreements (SLAs). Problematically,
traditional data protection software focuses on servers and
infrastructure, with no visibility into whether SLAs can be achieved.
Building on its 25-year heritage as an industry leader in the management
of mission-critical applications and databases,
Unifying Quest’s Data Protection Portfolio
Pricing and Availability
“The changing requirements of the modern business are forcing IT to shift from an infrastructure-centric view of backup and recovery to a services-centric view, one in which the focus is on protecting mission-critical applications and databases, regardless of whether they reside in physical, virtual, or cloud environments. Quest is leveraging its longstanding expertise as a leading application, database, and virtualization management vendor to bring to market a deeply integrated, enterprise-class data protection solution that provides a level of application-recoverability no other vendor can match. With NetVault Extended Architecture, IT can finally ensure their backup and recovery operations are aligned with the service continuity needs of the organization.”
"Customers are grappling with the management and protection challenges in mixed physical, virtual, and cloud environments. Quest's NetVault XA software allows customers to simplify management and protect their critical data by aligning their recovery needs to business-line objectives and service continuity needs."
“As a longstanding Quest data protection partner, we see NetVault XA as a major step forward in the company’s evolution as a backup vendor. Not only will HorizonTek’s customers benefit from being able to manage multiple Quest products from a single console, but the ability to better manage and meet SLAs for application recovery will help address a major need in the marketplace.”
“We’re always looking for ways to help our customers get more out of their technology investments – especially when it comes to backup and recovery – so we’re really excited about what Quest is doing with its new NetVault XA platform. They’re not only making it easier for customers to deal with the challenges posed by complex environments, rampant data growth, and demanding user expectations, but they’re doing so with a truly unique, modern user-interface that we think our customers are going to love.”
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Established in 1987,
Quest Software, Inc.