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Nieuwe EVault 7 back-upapparatuur: volledig failproof

EVault, Inc., onderdeel van Seagate (NASDAQ:STX), lanceert nieuwe EVault 7 back-upapparaten die zijn ontworpen om de alsmaar groeiende hoeveelheid data nog efficiënter te kunnen schalen, beveiligen en herstellen. Ze bieden de enige mid-marketoplossing met snelle en eenvoudige recovery bij storingen. Dit dankzij de koppeling van de apparaten met de EVault Cloud. Deze gestroomlijnde apparaten belasten het budget veel minder – ze gebruiken namelijk dertig procent minder stroom. Daarnaast bevatten ze alle software die nodig is om data op te slaan en te beveiligen. Klanten profiteren tot en met 29 maart 2013 van extreem aantrekkelijke prijzen.

EVault Plug-n-Protect is an all-in-one backup and recovery appliance consisting of preconfigured har ...

EVault Plug-n-Protect is an all-in-one backup and recovery appliance consisting of preconfigured hardware, storage, and software for the fastest path to on-premises data protection. (Photo: Business Wire)

“Mid-marketklanten hebben lang geaccepteerd dat er geen back-up- en recoverysysteem is dat zowel failproof, schaalbaar en eenvoudig te beheren is – en dat allemaal binnen hun budget. De EVault 7-apparaten kunnen dit wel. Ze geven de IT-afdeling snelle, lokale toegang tot hun data en bieden off-site beveiliging dankzij een kopie in de cloud. Dat alles voor aantrekkelijke prijzen”, zegt Daniel Bankert, vicepresident Server Backup & Archiving Products bij EVault. “We zijn de enige leverancier met echte fail-over-mogelijkheden – de beste manier om data te beschermen en bewaren. De meeste organisaties beschouwen data als een van hun meest waardevolle bezittingen. Als je volledig storingsvrij wil werken, is de nieuwe EVault 7-apparatuur de beste optie.”

De EVault-apparatuur bevat back-up- en recovery-applicaties die gebruikers de voordelen bieden van de cloud: flexibele en off-site databeveiliging. Tegelijkertijd houden gebruikers on-site controle over hun data en werkzaamheden. De nieuwe generatie EVault 7-apparatuur is specifiek gebouwd met voorgeconfigureerde hardware, storage en software die is ontworpen voor eenvoudige en efficiënte, hybride databeveiliging. Klanten kunnen kiezen voor EVault Plug-n-Protect – een toonaangevend, alles-in-één apparaat met aan te passen cloudreplicatie – of voor EVault Express Recovery Appliance dat een lokale cache toevoegt aan cloudback-ups voor snellere datarecovery. Bij beide apparaten profiteren klanten van hoogwaardige supportdiensten van EVault. Daar hebben zij één contactpunt voor software, hardware en storage.

Eenvoudig te schalen en te beheren. Beter voor het resultaat onder de streep.

Dankzij EVault7-apparatuur is het niet meer nodig om back-uplicenties aan te schaffen als klanten nieuwe servers implementeren in hun omgeving. Dankzij de ongelimiteerde agent- en applicatielicenties die nu met elk apparaat meekomen, is het beheren van een back-up- en recoveryplatform eenvoudiger dan ooit. Veel modellen zijn uitgerust met extra harde schijven – met een capaciteit van maximaal 24 TB. Deze zijn zo schaalbaar dat uitbreiden voor meer data even eenvoudig is als het updaten van een licentie. De nieuw ontworpen modellen beschikken over een geconvergeerde server-storage-architectuur, waardoor ze dertig procent minder stroom gebruiken. En doordat de CPU en de storage beide in één apparaat zitten is het eenvoudiger te beheren.

EVault Plug-n-Protect

EVault Plug-n-Protect is een alles-in-één back-up- en recovery-apparaat dat bestaat uit voorgeconfigureerde hardware, storage en software voor de snelste implementatie van databeveiliging op locatie. Klanten implementeren de EVault-oplossing eenvoudig en met minder moeite dan als ze losse componenten moeten aanschaffen. Daarnaast profiteren ze van één enkel contactpunt voor hun software-, hardware- en storage-ondersteuning. EVault Plug-n-Protect omvat drie, zes of twaalf terabyte aan bruikbare capaciteit. Klanten kiezen voor de aanschaf van stand-alone modellen voor eenvoudige replicatie naar de EVault Cloud of voor gepaarde machines voor private cloudreplicatie.

EVault Express Recovery Appliance

EVault Express Recovery Appliance is een lokaal back-up- en recovery-apparaat dat snelle recovery levert op LAN-snelheden. Het apparaat – geschikt voor voor EVault SaaS-klanten – bewaart een on-site cache van back-updata en repliceert automatisch alle back-ups off-site naar de EVault Cloud. Dit maakt de implementatie van databeveiliging nog flexibeler. EVault Express Recovery Appliance is voorgeconfigureerd en wordt beheerd door ‘vault administrators’ van EVault. Het apparaat stelt klanten in staat te profiteren van de voordelen van een on-site ‘vault’ zonder daarvoor hardware of software te beheren. De EVault Express Recovery Appliance-modellen zijn verkrijgbaar in edities met één, drie of zes terabyte bruikbare capaciteit. Daarnaast zijn ze aan te schaffen en te implementeren als een gevirtualiseerde storage-applicatie.

Speciale prijs

EVault biedt een speciale introductieprijs voor het 6TB-model van de EVault Plug-n-Protect. Tot en met 29 maart 2013 is het apparaat verkrijgbaar voor 15,900 euro, inclusief support en onderhoud. Neem voor meer informatie contact op met een EVault-partner of bezoek www.EVault.com.

Over EVault

EVault, onderdeel van Seagate, levert naadloos geïntegreerde on-site en online backup-oplossingen en gegevensbescherming. Hierdoor beschikken bedrijven over een snelle, lokale toegang tot hun bedrijfskritische gegevens en een gegarandeerd herstel bij calamiteiten. De technologie van EVault is cloud-geoptimaliseerd voor organisaties met meerdere vestigingen. Daarnaast ondersteunt de technologie van EVault tevens producten van onder meer cloudservice-aanbieders, datacenters, telecombedrijven, onafhankelijke softwareleveranciers. Meer dan 38.000 ondernemingen vertrouwen op de cloud-connected back-up- en recovery-diensten van EVault. Een professioneel netwerk van data recovery-experts levert deze cloud-diensten. Meer informatie is te vinden op www.evault.com.

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