November 2004
UNIX Update;Nov2004, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p1
Trade Publication
This article focuses on Arkeia version 5.3, a new upgrade to Arkeia Network Backup solution from Arkeia Corp. This version features support for network data management protocol (NDMP) network-attached storage (NAS) devices and Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy Services (VSS) technology embedded in Microsoft Windows 2003 servers, as well as incorporates enhancements to existing elements in the award-winning data protection solution. Arkeia Network Backup 5.3 now supports NDMP (version 3 compliant) and is compatible with NDMP-based NAS such as Network Appliance, Snap Appliance and Network Storage devices. Arkeia can back up the NAS to a locally attached tape drive or library, and all backup and restore functions can be performed via the graphical user interface. With the implementation of the Microsoft VSS API, Arkeia Network Backup can back up snapshots of Windows 2003 Servers offering seamless data protection for servers with running services.com. Arkeia network backup solutions start at $490 for one Linux backup server with a tape drive backing up two servers. Pricing for a typical Arkeia version 5.3 configuration based on a Linux backup server with a tape autoloader, protecting one NDMP NAS, one Solaris server and one Oracle Linux server is approximately $5,000.


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