NAKIVO, Inc. released NAKIVO Backup & Replication v1.0 for commercial use. The organization has also announced compatibility with the user-friendly, affordable offsite cloud storage for VM backups, Dropbox (News - Alert).
VM backup directly to Dropbox can be uniquely supported by NAKIVO Backup & Replication. This offering, which is capable of storing 0.5TB of cloud storage for less than $50 each month, is currently a great economical VM cloud backup offerings available in the market.
Apart from local and remote backup, NAKIVO Backup & Replication offers backup to Dropbox and Amazon EC2. In terms of prices, NAKIVO Backup & Replication is 50 percent cheaper than other solutions currently available. The solution is available for only $199 for a socket for the Essentials version and $399 for the Pro version. The extremely use-friendly NAKIVO Backup & Replication can be installed in just a minute. All facets of data protection can be administered by the revolutionary Web 2.0 UI at any time and place.
In a statement, Bruce Talley, CEO, NAKIVO Inc. said, “A sound data protection strategy requires keeping business-critical VM backups offsite, yet most small businesses have only a single office and budget for only onsite backups, leaving their business vulnerable. Our mission is to help small businesses protect their business-critical VMs, both on- and offsite. Today we are proud to announce the general availability of NAKIVO Backup & Replication v1.0 - the industry’s most affordable VM backup solution for local, remote, and public cloud backup.”
According to George Crump, lead analyst at Storage Switzerland, all organizations require a user-friendly VM data protection application with numerous features. NAKIVO has addressed these requirements with its latest offering.
Jim Rankin, Technical Manager, Praizar Ltd said, “With NAKIVO I’m able to deliver on promises that I made to my client over 1 year ago. My client is a small business but their business is email driven so they need non-stop computing. At last with vSphere Essentials Plus and NAKIVO, and a very reasonable investment in hardware, I can guarantee maximum five minutes loss of data entry and 10 minutes downtime for less than they spend on a company picnic.”
Edited by Brooke Neuman