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AppAssure Adds SQL Backup
RESTON, Va. -- AppAssure, a leading provider of enterprise-class backup and disaster recovery software purpose-built for Windows applications, today announced a new Replay AppImage SQL Pack which delivers backup speeds that are four times faster than native SQL backups with compression. AppAssure's new SQL Pack also optimizes storage resources by reducing the overall storage footprint by more than 90%.
The new Replay AppImage SQL Pack was developed to assure comprehensive backup and disaster recovery for SQL Servers -- including system and user databases, SQL binaries and the server -- making it possible to restore both servers and databases in just minutes. Featuring off-host processing, Replay AppImage eliminates backup overhead and delivers continuous application protection for SQL Server environments along with continuous access to point-in-time databases for simplified recovery.
"The Replay AppImage SQL Pack was designed specifically for the DBA that needs to dramatically reduce database backup windows and backup storage costs while speeding time to recovery," said Najaf Husain, CEO and president, AppAssure. "With continuous application protection, administrators never need to worry about lost data sets. And because Replay AppImage continuously images the entire server including all the tables, indexes, system tables and the database objects in those tables, DBAs can be assured that recoveries are both reliable and lightning fast."
AppAssure Software Inc.
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