Veritas announces availability of disaster recovery software

DUBAI - The Middle East operations of Veritas Software Corporation, the storage software provider, yesterday announced the availability of Veritas Bare Metal Restore 4.7, disaster recovery software designed to automate the rapid server recovery of heterogeneous enterprises, providing a data "always available" value aligned with the company's utility computing strategy.

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Published: Thu 22 Jan 2004, 12:22 PM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 12:11 AM

Veritas Bare Metal Restore software automates and simplifies the server recovery process, eliminating the need and time required to manually reinstall operating systems or configure hardware.

"Organisations want to recover from planned and unplanned downtime in swift, simple steps that do not interfere with their daily operations," said Dianne McAdam, senior analyst and partner, Data Mobility Group. "Software that simplifies and automates the recovery process enables enterprises to efficiently get systems back up and running and ensure business continuity."

Bare Metal Restore technology helps organisations reduce the time it takes to restore their information environments after a system failure by automating the multiple, manual-intensive tasks required to restore a failed system.

Veritas Bare Metal Restore features "dissimilar system restore," which allows administrators to restore a Windows system to target hardware that is completely different than the original source hardware, more cost-effectively utilising existing IT server investment and helping to get critical business data back online faster.

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