Introducing the Backup Exec Cloud Connector

We are excited to introduce the Backup Exec Cloud Connector for Backup Exec 15 Feature Pack 1 expanding the Hybrid Cloud capabilities with improved off-site options for reduced cost and risk. 

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It's Time to Elevate your Backup Strategy

It's Time to Elevate your Backup Strategy with Seamless and Secure Integration with Cloud leveraging the easy to use high-performance Backup Exec Cloud Connector!

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The Backup Exec Cloud Connector is available today and comes free with all licensed Backup Exec 15 Editions. It allows customers to modernize backup and disaster recovery strategies to fully leverage the benefits of cloud through seamless integration and an intuitive user interface.

The Backup Exec Cloud Connector support for Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) launches today with Backup Exec 15 Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) reflecting the up-to-date list of all suppored cloud storage services with more coming soon.

Backup Exec 15 and the Cloud Connector can be deployed on-premise and in-the-cloud for disk-to-disk-to-cloud and direct-to-cloud backups.

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Available Now!

Upgrade today to Backup Exec 15 Feature Pack 1 to start using the Backup Exec Cloud Connector.

Free 60-day Trial Version of Backup Exec 15 is available.

You can also visit the Backup Exec 15 Cloud Connector AWS Test Drive for a self-paced on-line lab

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Plase visit our Hardware Compatibility List for the latest supported cloud storage options.

Please update the CloudProvider.xml-file as described in Support Article 000094413 (Only applies to FP1 with ODP)

Please see the Backup Exec support article for detailed instructions on how to configure the Backup Exec Cloud Connector.

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2 Comments

excellent

Hi, any news on when S3 compatible cloud storage providers will be able to be configured?