Atempo Inc. announced that Walden International has chosen Atempo LiveServ for Exchange to provide granular backup and recovery of the company's email data. Walden is a global venture capital (VC) firm, focusing on the communications, electronics, software and IT services, and semiconductor industries. Prior to LiveServ, restoring individual mailbox items from tape took an average of four to six hours. LiveServ splits up Exchange data into components for storage on disk, and such recoveries are reduced to minutes.
Walden International runs two LiveServ servers, one in San Francisco and one in Singapore. The company retains Exchange data at the message and database levels for three months before aging that data off to tape. The most common data recovery requests come from employees who have accidentally deleted emails, contacts or calendar items from their inboxes.
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Lucid8 announces CDP, DR for Exchange
Lucid8 announced DigiVault 1.4, a continuous data protection (CDP) and disaster recovery (DR) product for Microsoft Exchange. Lucid8's DigiVault tracks changes to the Exchange database and stores these incremental changes as they are committed. Lucid8 is positioning the product to work alongside its GOexchange disaster prevention and database optimization product.
ADIC Pathlight certified with NetBackup
Advanced Digital Information Corp. (ADIC) announced that Symantec Corp. has qualified its Pathlight VX disk-to-tape backup product with Veritas Software Corp.'s NetBackup from Symantec as part of ADIC's participation in the Symantec Technology Enabled Program. The qualification means that end users of NetBackup Enterprise Server Edition and ADIC's Pathlight VX virtual tape library can combine trace data bar codes over tiers of disk and tape.
StoredIQ integrates with Centera
StoredIQ Inc. announced it has completed integration between the company's ICM 5000 content-based classification and policy management software and EMC Corp.'s Centera content addressed storage (CAS). The relationship allows for data classification and automated policies that copy, move, set retention or apply litigation to hold onto information going into Centera. StoredIQ is also now an EMC Velocity2 ISV CAS Specialty Advantage partner and will work closely to market and sell the combined solution.
Emulex announces HBA support for VMware 3
Emulex Corp. announced that its LightPulse line of host bus adapterss (HBA) will support VMware Infrastructure 3. Emulex HBA drivers are available and supported by VMware, beginning with VMware ESX Server 2. Customers deploying VMware Infrastructure 3 may now use both 2 Gbps and 4 Gbps HBAs, and boot from storage area network (SAN) capabilities from Emulex.