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June 14, 2012

Quest Software unveils NetVault LiteSpeed for SQL Server databases protection

The new release combines SQL backup & compression with continuous data protection technology

By CBR Staff Writer

Quest Software has released NetVault LiteSpeed for SQL Server High-Availability Edition, a new product suite that delivers enhanced protection for critical SQL Server databases.

The new release combines SQL backup & compression with continuous data protection (CDP) technology.

It also pairs NetVault LiteSpeed for SQL Server 7.0, the newly released Quest’s core SQL Server backup product, with NetVault FastRecover, the company’s patented CDP application.

NetVault LiteSpeed for SQL Server 7.0 includes support for Microsoft’s new AlwaysOn Availability Group databases, enabling SQL Server 2012 customers to create secondary copies of critical databases for high availability.

It also support for IBM Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) backups, enabling users to maintain optimal backup performance while reducing their storage footprint by up to 85%.

LiteSpeed for SQL Server High-Availability Edition will enable LiteSpeed customers to augment their SQL Server protection strategy with NetVault FastRecover.

NetVault FastRecover captures byte-level changes in SQL Server as they occur and utlises Quest’s patented FlashRestore technology to enables administrators to recover critical databases to any point in time in just seconds following a corruption or data loss.

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FastRecover also enables customers to replicate between data centers to protect critical remote offices and branch offices (ROBOs) against site disaster. It also provides backup and FlashRestore capabilities for Oracle, Microsoft Exchange, and Windows file-system data.

The new product suite supports SQL Server 2000, 2005, 2008/R2, and 2012.

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