IT administrators depend on streamlined workflows to deploy services and support within their organization. With automatic onboarding, administrators can share a single URL with their entire company, and each employee can download the client for their platform, pre-packaged with a public key for authentication. There are no user passwords, and Retrospect Backup will automatically add the new clients and start protecting them using ProactiveAI.
With Retrospect Virtual 2020, businesses can monitor their physical and virtual backup infrastructure from a single pane of glass via the Retrospect Management Console. Retrospect Virtual 2020 is now integrated with the hosted service to enable one place to monitor every protected machine–Windows, Mac, Linux, VMware, and Hyper-V.
ProactiveAI has been optimized to handle many more sources with different storage profiles. Customers with endpoints that are offline at various times will see a 10x performance increase in how fast Retrospect Backup 17 finds the next available computer.
Large-scale data protection—relying on highly-optimized storage configurations like hundreds of tapes or Amazon Glacier— strategies require preflight capabilities to ensure a fast operation, and Retrospect Backup 17 allows customers to export a preflight summary including backup files and tape information.
Retrospect Backup 17 is now certified for Nexsan E-Series and Nexsan Unity storage devices.
Retrospect Virtual 2020 is now up to 50% faster at backup.
Retrospect Virtual 2020 includes support for Wasabi Cloud as a destination.
Retrospect Virtual 2020 includes support for Backblaze B2 as a destination.
Retrospect Virtual 2020 supports Ubuntu 19.04 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.
Retrospect Virtual 2020 supports flexible VM licensing. Customers can use a socket or guest license for either VMware or Hyper-V.