Backup Exec gives you fast, simple, complete, cost-effective protection and recovery for your data, wherever it lives.
Backup Exec has a rapid development cycle that keeps pace with the changing data landscape. Since we release updates frequently, here are some of the highlights from several of our latest releases. Scroll for more details.
Accelerator for VMware and Hyper-V :
Leverage Change Block Tracking for both VMware and Hyper-V. Backup Exec now greatly reduces backup windows for virtual systems by eliminating the need for repeated full backups.
Instant Cloud Recovery :
Manage both backup and disaster recovery from one interface. Backup Exec supports direct integration with Microsoft Azure Site Recovery.
Ransomware Resiliency :
Outsmart ransomware. With backups being a popular target, Backup Exec has strengthened defenses on backup storage and processes.
Veritas SaaS Backup Reporting Integration :
Keep an eye on all your protected data in Backup Exec, even your SaaS applications such as Office365, SalesForce, and G-suite. Veritas SaaS Backup hosts your data backups for SaaS applications.
What’s New in Backup Exec 21
Ransomware Resiliency V2 – Even more protection to Backup Exec processes
Enhanced Deduplication – New, more secure hashing algorithm
New simplified licensing model – Choose Bronze, Silver, and Gold instance-based licensing or capacity metering
2-factor Authentication – More secure access to the Backup Exec console
Automated Entitlement Upgrades – New license entitlement keys are now automatically generated
New platform support – Redhat Enterprise Linux 7.7/8/8.1, Windows Server 2019 H2, Windows 10 H2, Oracle Linux 8/8.1, CentOS 6.10/7.7 (x64), SLES 12 SP4 & 15 SP1, Debian 10.0 (x64), Veritas Enterprise Vault 12.5**