Retrospect 12 for Windows and Retrospect 14 for Mac enable customers to protect up to 1 billion files and 100TB of data in a single backup set.By ChannelPro
Backup and recovery software provider Retrospect Inc. has introduced scalable data protection with the release of Retrospect 12 for Windows and Retrospect 14 for Mac, enabling customers to protect up to 1 billion files and 100TB of data in a single backup set as well as 50 million files per device. With this new software architecture, businesses with 1TB or 100TB of data can use Retrospect to protect their entire infrastructure.
The new version of Retrospect also features:
- Backblaze B2 Support - The integration with the business-class cloud storage provider enables users to store data at a cost of $0.005/GB a month.
- Monitoring System Integration – The new release now integrates with the latest monitoring systems including Slack, Nagios, and IFITT.
- Script Hooks – IT staff can add customized scripts that are executed at specific points during their backup strategy lifecycle. Retrospect is now able to quiesce databases and other services before a backup starts and then relaunch those services after the backup completes successfully.
- Avid and LTFS Production Tool Support – Retrospect supports storing data on LTFS and allows users to protect their Avid projects with native integration.
Retrospect 12 for Windows and Retrospect 14 for Mac are now available. Pricing for Retrospect ranges from $119 for Retrospect Desktop, which protects a single non-server computer and up to five additional networked computers, to $3,999 for Retrospect Multi Server, which protects as many Mac, Windows, and Linux servers and PCs as your bandwidth and storage capacity will allow. Upgrades range from $69 to $2,509.