Press Release

EMC RecoverPoint Now Protects Entire EMC Storage Portfolio

Delivers More Protection to VMAX Family, the VNX Series and VPLEX

Story Highlights

  • RecoverPoint now supports all EMC block storage with its integration with the VMAX family running Enginuity 5876, and VPLEX (Local and Metro) running the VPLEX operating environment, Geosynchrony.
  • RecoverPoint makes it easier to protect applications that grow with a wizard that allows you to modify the applications protection configuration to add new storage volumes.
  • RecoverPoint includes enhancements that simplify the installation and initial configuration. It includes enhancements that improve security and the overall customer experience.
  • RecoverPoint provides cost-effective, local continuous data protection and continuous local and remote replication of data with any-point-in-time data recovery.
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Technology Highlights

  • RecoverPoint now provides support for Enginuity 5876, the VMAX operating environment. This supports VMAX 10K, VMAX 20K and VMAX 40K.
  • RecoverPoint now provides support for Geosynchrony 5.1, the VPLEX operating environment (supporting VPLEX Local and VPLEX Metro).
  • EMC RecoverPoint support Microsoft SQL Server, including SQL Server 2012 environments, though the Microsoft VSS API.
  • RecoverPoint brings databases and applications back online quickly and easily after an event like data corruption.

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