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Arcserve launched Unified Data Protection 9.0 for improved data resilience 

Arcserve launched Unified Data Protection 9.0 for improved data resilience 
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Arcserve launched Unified Data Protection (UDP) 9.0, it is a centrally managed backup and disaster recovery solution that provides every data infrastructure with reliable protection for all types of workloads, ensuring it is future-proof. Complete data protection along with Sophos cybersecurity defense, immutable storage, tape backup, and scalable on-site or off-site business continuity are all included. 

Florian Malecki, EVP of marketing at Arcserve stated, “The data resilience of organizations of all sizes is constantly challenged with the volumes and types of data they need to manage, protect, and secure. Arcserve UDP 9.0 takes data resilience to the next level delivering enhanced data protection, performance reliability, and management. By offering complete ransomware resilience in one solution, Arcserve UDP 9.0 helps our partners drive customer value and growth opportunities in this burgeoning market.” 

A recent independent research study of IT decision makers (ITDMs) commissioned by Arcserve found that 83% of respondents have a data resilience strategy, emphasizing the need for robust enterprise data resilience strategies. However, only 23% have a comprehensive strategy. According to the research, nearly half (45%) of organizations that experienced data loss were unable to recover all of their data. 

AJ Stevens, director of sales at CTS-Companies commented, “It’s getting harder and more complex to deliver always-on, always-recoverable data protection to our customers. Arcserve UDP 9.0 is an ideal single-vendor solution because it removes complexity while providing the most advanced and robust cybersecurity, data protection, immutable backup, and recovery features.” 

Arcserve UDP 9.0 improves data resilience by introducing new advanced capabilities, such as the following: 

Data protection for Oracle Database (DB): With the ability to restore the entire Oracle PDB (including all tablespaces and control files) to its original location, organizations can quickly recover terabytes of Oracle PDBs backed up using Oracle RMAN. Customers can recover granular Oracle PDB files and restore them to their original location. Oracle DBs on Solaris x64 platforms are fully protected by UDP 9.0. 

Options for restoring Microsoft SQL server deployments: UDP 9.0 provides increased granularity, allowing database recovery to any transaction point between two recovery points. Assures restore integrity by performing a consistency check to ensure that the data retrieved is usable. This avoids a major issue in which restores are successful, but data is unusable. 

Cloud object storage improves availability, durability, and scalability: Organizations can store deduplicated backups directly on AWS S3, Wasabi, or Google Cloud Storage to lower total cost of ownership and improve disaster recovery support with cloud-based offsite safe stores. 

UDP 9.0 now includes a cloud-based management console with multi-tenancy and secure identity management, as well as an on-premises private management console. The cloud-based console requires no installation, manual deployment, or extensive configuration. The multi-tenancy capabilities of UDP 9.0 enable users to easily configure sub-organizations and manage them as separate tenants. Okta’s Zero Trust implementation, which uses multifactor authentication, is one example of stringent identity security measures (MFA). 

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