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A "first to certify" backup solution was delivered for NetWare 3, 4 and 5 -- with VERITAS Software also achieving a first for certification of an intelligent disaster recovery solution for Netware 5.
Additionally, when these products are used in conjunction with the VERITAS Intelligent Disaster Recovery Option(TM), an automated "bare-metal" disaster recovery of a SQL Server 2000 machine can be easily accomplished.
When Shared Storage Option is used in conjunction with Intelligent Disaster Recovery in either a Windows NT or NetWare environment, users may quickly restore a failed backup server to the point of the last backup on a Fibre Channel loop.
McDATA is first to introduce 10Gbit/s speed and its benefits, such as intelligent disaster recovery, and dynamic network provisioning of resources with embedded software for fault isolation, advanced diagnostics and heterogeneous performance monitoring from the application to the array.
Integrating with the Seagate Intelligent Disaster Recovery Option further automates system restores and gets the server back online in the event of a failure.
The company also chose VERITAS Backup Exec Agent for Microsoft Exchange Server to protect and restore email messages and the VERITAS Intelligent Disaster Recovery Option, a tool for simplifying and automating server recovery.
Intelligent Disaster Recovery retrieves the user's system and the critical data quickly and reliably up to the point of the last backup without reinstalling the operating system after hardware failure.
For more demanding applications, Winchester Systems offers Veritas Intelligent Disaster Recovery (IDR) software with all of the Disaster Recovery solutions.