EVault backup appliances now with cloud-connected software for failproof recovery
Posted on 20 August 2013.
EVault announced a new portfolio of EVault backup appliances, expanding its enterprise–grade appliances to accommodate the backup and recovery needs of any organization – whether it be a small or medium sized business, a remote office of a large organization, or an enterprise with growing data stores.

Building on the success of the recently launched EVault 7 Appliances line, EVault today introduced four new appliances that offer scalable, affordable and failproof cloud-connected backup and recovery: Plug-n-Protect (PnP) 3800, PnP2400, PnP100t and Express Recovery Appliance (ERA) 50t.

These new appliances come with EVault Replication software included, allowing companies to safeguard their data by replicating it to a separate location via a secure, bandwidth-optimized transfer.

“As our thousands of customers have discovered with EVault 7 Appliances, a failproof, scalable and simple to manage backup and recovery solution is within their reach,” said Daniel Bankert, EVault’s vice president of server backup and archiving products. “Today EVault is making its powerful, enterprise-grade appliances available to all customers with affordable pricing. Our new appliances are priced competitively, include the software, and are easier to manage than any other appliance on the market.”

EVault Appliances are powered by EVault Software, disk-based backup and recovery software built from the ground up for fast data protection backup and recovery times. Every backup is a delta backup – changes are tracked at the block level – so backup storage is kept small and network bandwidth usage is minimized.

Every restore is a single-pass restore, and with the option to use the included bare metal recovery product, EVault System Restore, users can quickly recover a system after catastrophic failure.





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