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October 2, 2009

Zmanda launches cloud backup product for Windows

Includes cloud backup for MySQL and SharePoint, geography control, selective restore and performance enhancements

By CBR Staff Writer

Zmanda, a provider of open source backup and recovery software, has launched a new version of Zmanda Cloud Backup (ZCB) product, with new features such as cloud backup of MySQL and SharePoint; geography control; selective restore; and security and performance enhancements.

The company said that ZCB 2.0 is suitable form small-and-medium sized businesses (SMBs) that need a comprehensive and easy-to-use Windows backup platform for backup and disaster recovery of Windows File Servers, SQL Servers, Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, Oracle and MySQL.

According to Zmanda, the new geography control feature enables users to select the specific geography where they would like backup data to be stored in order to ensure optimal disaster recovery protection while remaining compliant with local data retention laws, such as the EU Data Protection Directive.

Zmanda said that the selective restore capabilities allows users to recover an individual file from a large directory rather than having to restore the entire directory to recover a single file; and Windows Security Certificate-based encryption added for backup archive provide familiar but iron-clad security of data residing on the cloud.

Chander Kant, chief executive officer of Zmanda, said: ZCB 2.0 further solidifies our leadership in the Windows-based cloud backup space. ZCB provides users with the assurance that their entire Windows environment, from soup-to-nuts, is protected in the event of a disaster and can be restored to any location with Internet access.

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