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ROUND ROCK, Texas – October 01, 2013 — /BackupReview.info/ — Dell Software today announced that NetVault® Backup, its enterprise data protection solution, has been fully integrated with the Dell DR4100, a scalable, disk backup appliance with built-in deduplication and compression capabilities. The integration is reflective of Dell Software’s ongoing effort to deliver integrated, end-to-end solutions that address today’s most salient customer challenges, including the need to transform data centers to deliver increased efficiency and scalability, and the need to protect critical data and information across the enterprise. Seamless integration between NetVault Backup and the DR4100 enables customers to minimize network traffic, shrink backup windows, and maximize storage savings while protecting critical data across a wide range of operating systems and applications running in complex physical and virtual environments.
The integration comes at a key time for customers grappling with the explosion of data across the enterprise. According to Gartner1 analyst Dave Russell, “The value of data reduction technologies, such as deduplication cannot be overstated. Deduplication improves the economics of disk-based backup and recovery approaches by reducing data — resulting in significantly lower disk requirements and cost, and providing more efficient and faster replication of backup data to off-site locations.”
In addition to NetVault, Dell Software will deliver similar integration between the DR4100 and its vRanger® VMware backup, replication and recovery solution beginning in Q1 of calendar year 2014.
Scott Mills, chief security strategy officer, ISC8
Srinidhi Vardarajan, general manager, Data Protection, Dell Software
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1 “Best Practices for Repairing the Broken State of Backup,” Dave Russell, Gartner, August 15, 2013
2 “Dell Integrated Data Protection: DR4100 with NetVault,” Kerr y Dolan and Vinny Choinsky, ESG, September 2013
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