Release Notes: This release fixes one vStorage file level restore bug in the monitoring screen. It dramatically speeds up the dedup of known blocks up to 200%. This release introduces WebUI packages for Solaris 10 (x86, x86-64, and SPARC-64) and Solaris 11 (x86 and x86-64).
Release Notes: This major release integrates Arkeia's progressive deduplication technology, an improvement over first-generation deduplication technologies like fixed-block or variable-block deduplication. It also includes AES-256 encryption to protect communication between client machines and the backup server as well as stored data on target disk, tape, or cloud. The menu, the navigation, and some screens of the Web UI were redesigned to be more ergonomic. New platforms are supported, such as Debian 6, Fedora 14, OpenBSD 4.8, MES 5.2, RHEL 6, and Ubuntu 10.10.
Release Notes: This release added file-level restore granularity for the VMware vStorage backup agent. It is available for both Windows and Linux virtual machines and supports LVM. It also includes fixes and minor enhancements to the backup server, the WebUI, and several specialized agents such as Oracle, Exchange, and Lotus.
Release Notes: A vStorage agent added that backs up and restores ESX/ESXi and vCenter. RHEL 6, Solaris 11, Ubuntu 10.10, Fedora 14, Mandriva Linux 2010.1, openSuse 11.3, and OpenBSD 4.8 support have been added. Support for new plugins as well: Open-Xchange on Debian and Lotus Domino 8 on Windows.
Release Notes: This major release offers support for the Novell SMS backup API on the Novell OES 2 Linux and Novell NetWare 6.5 platforms, which extends previous support with open-file backup and hot backup of eDirectory and GroupWise. A new Windows agent with extended VSS support brings the ability to backup Microsoft open applications such as SQL Server, Exchange, SharePoint, and Active Directory as well as Hyper-V.
Release Notes: This release adds support for AIX6, Fedora 11, OS X Snow Leopard, NetBSD 5.0, and OpenBSD 4.5 Extensible reporting: customizable HTML email reports on backup, D2D2T, Tape/VTL reindexing, replication, and more. Customized profiles for reports in the Web UI. Powerful filter capabilities. CLI reporting options for integration into a reporting/billing infrastructure. The ability to export reports from the UI in easy to parse text Custom Restore Objects allow the administrator to grant /deny access to restore files/objects at any level via a Web UI or CLI. Error messages are now linked to wiki.arkeia.com. VSS support for all Windows plus 64-bit.
Release Notes: A Web User Interface has been added. Compatibility includes Firefox 3, Internet Explorer 7, Safari, and Opera. Compatible interfaces are retained for X11 and the command line. Backup servers can be almost any Linux or Unix variant. Client backup can be almost any OS. D2D2T (Disk to Disk to Tape), replication of backups between backup server, improved tape drive support (up to LTO4 and AIT4), improved tape library support, a gents for applications such as ESX and MSExchange, and agents for databases such as MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, and Microsoft SQL Server.
Release Notes: New features include Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy Services (VSS) support for MS-Windows 2003 servers snapshot backup, support for Linux Kernel 2.6, optional NDMP network-attached storage (NAS) support, and a new Blowfish algorithm that supports up to 448-bit encryption. Backup speeds were accelerated. 64-bit Linux support was increased with packages for Intel Itanium-2 and AMD Opteron. Platform support was expanded to include Debian packages compatible with the apt-get system. Enhancements were made to tape verification and index rebuilding. The command line interface was extended. Flexibility was added to the graphical user interface.
Release Notes: The possibility to backup and restore POSIX ACLs on Linux was added. MS Exchange and DB2 hotbackup plugins are now available. The possibility of tape duplication was added. Quantum DLTSage technology is now supported. New customizable reporting functions were added.
Release Notes: Remote client monitoring and configuration from the GUI was added. A Java user interface was created. The Linux Itanium 2 and PowerPC platforms are now supported for both the Arkeia client and server. Mac OS X is now supported as a backed up client. An option for Lotus hot backup plug-in was added. The latest tape technology, such as DLT VS-160 and LTO-2, is now supported.