NAKIVO Backup & Replication v10.6 Beta: What’s New?

NAKIVO Backup & Replication v10.6 Beta: What’s New?

NAKIVO unveils the expansive data protection feature set in the latest Beta version. Let’s look at the new features in NAKIVO Backup & Replication v10.6 Beta.

NAS Backup

To help you avoid data loss, NAKIVO Backup & Replication v10.6 Beta can now protect CIFS and NFS file shares, as well as individual folders within the file shares. NAS Backup allows you to perform backup and backup copy jobs as well as granular recovery for file shares on NAS devices, Windows machines and Linux file servers with the NFS 3.xSMB 2.x and SMB 3.x protocols.

Hardened AMI

To counter ransomware threat, we continue to enhance the anti-ransomware capabilities of NAKIVO Backup & Replication. The v10.6 Beta release introduces Hardened AMI to enable immutability for recovery points stored in Linux-based repositories deployed as part of the AMI. Immutability lasts for a user-specified period of time, during which the recovery point remains immune to editing, deletion, or encryption by ransomware.

Microsoft 365 Groups Backup

By expanding NAKIVO Backup & Replication data protection capabilities for Microsoft 365, the v10.6 Beta release allows you to back up and restore Microsoft 365 group mailboxes and group sites. With a few clicks, you can restore group mailbox items like emails, files, and OneNote folders. Similarly, you can keep group site items like document libraries, lists, and subsites recoverable at all times.

Backup from Nimble Storage Snapshots

Frequently taking VM snapshots can impact VM performance and consequently overload the production environment. The new Backup from Nimble Storage Snapshots feature lets you back up VMware VMs hosted on Nimble storage devices directly from storage snapshots instead of from regular VM snapshots so you can reduce the impact of data protection activities on your production environment and improve RPOs.

External Database Support

With External Database support, NAKIVO Backup & Replication v10.6 Beta allows you to use an external database for the solution and avoid data corruption that might occur in large environments. By switching the solution’s built-in database to a more powerful external database, you can ensure that the Director’s data remains healthy as your infrastructure changes. Create a new external database or use an existing one to increase reliability and avoid potential resource bottlenecks.

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