What's the future of the Web UI and Java GUI?

In conversation with Veritas customers, this question arose, “What's the future of the Web UI and Java GUI?”

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We are looking to bring in the majority of common use case functionality into the Web UI in the N-release. That includes policy management, storage management, activity monitoring, and many others.

We continue to invest in more support for workloads with our simplified protection paradigm, allowing delegation using role-based access control. The Java GUI will not receive any new functionality but will not be deprecated until all capabilities have been moved into the web UI. We are investing heavily in this initiative over the next few releases.

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Re: What's the future of the Web UI and Java GUI?

We are looking to bring in the majority of common use case functionality into the Web UI in the N-release. That includes policy management, storage management, activity monitoring, and many others.

We continue to invest in more support for workloads with our simplified protection paradigm, allowing delegation using role-based access control. The Java GUI will not receive any new functionality but will not be deprecated until all capabilities have been moved into the web UI. We are investing heavily in this initiative over the next few releases.

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