SEP Software Announces New Release of Enterprise-Wide Backup Solution
SEP v4.4.3 brings exciting new features and functionality to the backup industry
Boulder, CO – December 12, 2016 – SEP Software Corp. announced the newest release of its world-class backup and disaster recovery solution. With version 4.4.3, a wide range of new and improved backup and restore features are now available, including support for the latest platforms, operating systems and applications. Users will have full support for Red Hat Virtualization (RHV) 4.0, VMware vSphere 6.0, Windows 10, Microsoft Exchange Server 2016, Atlassian JIRA, OES 2015, SLES 12, IBM Power Systems and IBM LinuxOne, Citrix XenServer 7.0, and many more, as well as improved features for VMware, Hyper-V, source-side deduplication and replication, and Bare Metal Recovery for Windows and Linux.
SEP v4.4.3 can quickly and intuitively back up VMware, Hyper-V, Red Hat Virtualization (RHV) and Citrix virtualized environments. SEP is one of the leading data protection solutions for VMware, offering single item restore and instant recovery for any type of backup, including differential and incremental. SEP allows VM startup directly from the backup memory so VMs may be used immediately without any loss of time. Enhanced VMware Change Block Tracking (CBT) backups can be used with deduplication to reduce backup storage and bandwidth usage and can be replicated to any location. SEP now offers the first API-based backup solution for Red Hat Virtualization. SEP for RHV is a native backup API agentless solution that can perform snapshots and image-level backups of all supported VMs. The integrated solution provides a convenient way to monitor the backup status of all VMs using the SEP management interface. SEP supports Full, Incremental and Image-Level backups of Microsoft Hyper-V, which will decrease backup windows and reduce storage space.
“In the new version of SEP, we have once again increased our performance and cemented our standing as one of the leading backup solutions for virtual environments,” said Georg Moosreiner, CEO of SEP. “By devoting significant time and energy to improving our deduplication and replication features, we would like to underline our commitment to helping organizations around the world cope with the burden of increasing data production. With SEP version 4.4.3, our customers get one of the best backup and disaster recovery solutions for heterogeneous environments.”