We are excited to announce the availability of Veritas Backup Exec™ 15 Feature Pack 5 with powerful capabilities that eliminate downtime for VMware and Hyper-V Virtual Machine recovery and extend cloud options with support for Private Cloud.
The motto “Better, Stronger, Faster” captures the winning spirit of Backup Exec. Veritas continues to enhance performance and flexibility while providing timely support for the latest virtual, physical and cloud platforms – One Backup To Rule Them All.
Backup Exec 15 Feature Pack 5 adds support for many platforms including:
Please see the Backup Exec Compatibility lists for full details.
Recover a Virtual Machine in seconds with Backup Exec 15 Feature Pack 5: Instant Recovery! This Powerful and Flexible new capability minimizes the Recovery Time for VMware and Hyper-V Virtual Machines by eliminating the need to restore before recovery.
Instant Recovery for VMware and Hyper-V Virtual Machines is fully integrated into the familiar user experience of Backup Exec enabling anyone to leverage the benefits of virtualization.
The use cases for Instant Recovery are Virtually Unlimited:
Private Cloud Storage
Backup Exec 15 Feature Pack 5 expands Cloud Storage options by introducing native Private Cloud Storage integration.
Backup Exec Private Cloud Storage can leverage qualified S3 API-compatible storage enabling Private, Hosted and Hybrid Cloud Storage use cases to complement Public Cloud Storage options.
Please see the Backup Exec Compatibility lists for supported cloud storage.
To download or learn more about Backup Exec 15 Feature Pack 5, or to download a FREE 60-day trial of Backup Exec, follow the below links:
Backup Exec Web page: http://www.backupexec.com
Backup Exec 15 FP5 TechNote Download page - http://www.veritas.com/docs/TECH100816
Backup Exec 15 FP5 Release Notes - http://www.veritas.com/docs/000114987
Availability: Backup Exec 15 FP5 is available for download via TechNote today. This feature pack will also be shortly made available on MyVeritas, trialware, and LiveUpdate.
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