Perform Backups Faster than Ever Before.
One of the biggest problems plaguing IT professionals is the growing amount of data and the limited amount of time they have to back that data up. And as there are more legal and regulatory requirements to keep digital assets, the problem is growing exponentially.
B&L developed a revolutionary system using our Archived Data Manager (ADM) product to tackle the growing problem of constrained backup windows and the ever-growing mountain of data in today's organizations.
The solution is simple to use and is extremely effective. ADM archives older backup images, which are usually only used for audit and compliancy requirements. The result is a catalog that contains only recent backups, which are used primarily for recoveries. The result is a reduction in backup windows due to considerably smaller backup catalogs. In fact, the result can reduce the backup window for production catalog backups up to 90%.
Moreover, you can restore directly from Archived Data Manager without having to rebuild your backup catalog. This process also helps centralize all decommissioned and production backup catalogs, providing a single-pane-of-glass approach to monitoring the entire backup infrastructure.
A Migration Tool
Migrating to a new backup system has traditional been a painful process in IT. The main concern with migration is that old files won't be accessible with the new system. So if a company does switch to a new backup system, they usually keep the old one around as a safety measure. Of course, this defeats the whole purpose of getting a new system in the first place.
With Archived Data Manager, changing your backup system is simple and hassle-free. Using our patent-pending rapid transfer technology, quickly transfer your existing backup catalog data into Archived Data Manager—it works with all backup systems. Plus, you don't even need your older backup application to restore the data!
Archived Data Manager centralizes all of your older backup systems images and makes the issues of migrating to a new backup system a thing of the past.