CeBIT 2010: NovaStor launches NovaBACKUP DataCenter 4.0

The latest version of NovaStor’s enterprise backup solution stands out from the crowd.

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At CeBiT 2010 in Hannover from March 2 to 6, 2010, NovaStor (, a pioneer in data protection, will launch the latest version of its enterprise backup ( software, NovaBACKUP DataCenter 4.0.

Flexibility In Virtual Environments

Version 4.0 of NovaBACKUP DataCenter offers extensive support for flexible data protection in a virtual environment. For example, virtual machines can be backed up directly using agents as well as by using the interface of the virtualization solution. These options enable companies to exploit the potential of virtualization without being limited by a lack of flexibility in their backup solution.

Backup large amounts of data fast

In the face of exponentially growing amounts of data, even enterprise backup solutions have their limits. Either the backup windows are too small to handle the scheduled amount of data, or errors accumulate and make successful backups impossible. To avoid these problems, NovaStor enhanced the speed and performance of NovaBACKUP DataCenter in version 4.0 by 30%.

Reduce storage costs

Besides offering a simple, innovative licensing model, NovaBACKUP DataCenter also reduces storage costs with its comfortable handling and new functions. For example, NovaBACKUP DataCenter supports synthetic backups, which significantly reduces the volume of backups. Enterprises benefit from comfortable, simplified handling, easier database backups and the cost-effective integration of long-term data storage with the disk-to-disk-to-tape function.

“Growing amounts of data are a constant challenge, which can cause massive problems and endanger the security of IT operations – even with market leading backup solutions. With NovaBACKUP DataCenter 4.0, we ensure that mid-sized companies and large enterprises receive a cost-saving backup solution that runs smoothly, even under extreme conditions,” said Mike Andrews, Managing Director at NovaStor.
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