Backup and Recovery

The New Backup and Recovery Paradigm

Data backup and recovery technology is a key element of NetApp Integrated Data Protection portfolio-one of NetApp's eight key storage purchasing criteria for enabling a flexible and efficient shared IT infrastructure.

NetApp® core Snapshot® and disk-to-disk replication technologies change the backup and recovery paradigm. Our customers leverage these technologies to modernize backup and recovery, adapt to data growth and virtualization, and streamline management of terabytes to petabytes of data.

These technologies are among the reasons that Gartner included NetApp in their Enterprise Disk-Based Backup/Recovery Magic Quadrant in the Visionaries Quadrant[1].

Customers are increasingly choosing NetApp backup recovery solutions to safeguard critical data and drive greater operational efficiencies by reducing backup time, improving data recovery, and cutting infrastructure, tape, and administrative costs. NetApp backups transfer only new or changed blocks to shrink backup windows, minimize network traffic, and reduce disk capacity requirements by as much as 90%.

For more information on the NetApp Backup and Recovery portfolio, visit:

SnapVault® Software Core replication-based D2D backup for NetApp FAS Systems
Open Systems SnapVault Software Replication-based D2D backup for open-system servers
SnapProtect™ Software Comprehensive backup management across disk and tape for NetApp FAS systems

[1] Gartner, Inc., Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Disk-Based Backup/Recovery, Dave Russell, Sheila Childs, Alan Dayley, January 28, 2011.

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