NAKIVO Partners with Systemec
August 05, 2014
NAKIVO, Inc., a provider of virtualization data protection and cloud backup software, recently announced that its Backup & Replication solution has been selected by Systemec, a B2B full-service Internet service provider, system integrator, and cloud service provider. The solution will be used to deliver VM Backup-as-a-Service.
The Backup & Replication solution from NAKIVO delivers VM data protection for VMware environments. Built for virtualization, the product features an intuitive Web 2.0 UI which protects live VMs running applications and databases. The solution can seamlessly run backup and replication jobs as often as every minute, reducing the backup size with deduplication and compression. Moreover, it can speed up data transfer with network acceleration and enable full VM and granular recovery.
“NAKIVO's multi-tenancy and self-service has saved Systemec more than 20 percent in operational data protection and cloud services costs by enabling users to manage VM backups themselves.” said Marco Teelen, manager of Internet Services at Systemec. “NAKIVO helps us maintain reliable image backups for our VMs. The reporting, web based access, and simple process to do a restore saves us time while reducing calls to our helpdesk on a daily basis, and in the end results in happy customers.”
In related news, NAKIVO Inc recently announced that American Datacenters, a hosting and managed backup/recovery services provider across the US, has chosen NAKIVO Backup & Replication to protect client VMs.
American Datacenters provides data center services for SMB clients in hundreds of locations across the USA, helping them protect data from the challenges of technology. American Datacenters services range from basic colocation to managed on-site backup/recovery, off-site backup, replication, disaster recovery, production virtualization, as well as full outsourcing of production and disaster recovery services. The company found NAKIVO Backup & Replication to be the most feature-rich, intuitive, and far and away the easiest solution to implement and support.
Edited by Maurice Nagle
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