YVERDON LES BAINS, Switzerland, Oct. 4, 2016 — Bacula®, the world’s only software provider of open-core backup and recovery, has today been named a finalist for a 2016 Storage, Virtualization, Cloud (SVC) Award in the “Backup and Recovery/Archive Product of the Year” category.
Bacula was shortlisted because it stood out as a highly scalable, cost-effective network backup solution with Global Endpoint data deduplication, Snapshot, Bare Metal Recovery and a broad range of other high-end features that allows large enterprises to back up and protect data in a modern architecture, yet at a fraction of the cost of its competitors. Bacula Enterprise Edition has been designed specifically address the most demanding datacenter and MSP backup and recovery requirements, combined with the very highest standards of support in the industry.
“The SVC Awards’ finalists represent today’s most innovative technologies and technology deployments, demonstrating highly impressive real-world IT and business results, as well as fast time-to-value and ROI,” said Jason Holloway, Director of IT Publishing at Angel Business Communications, organizers of the SVC Awards. “We congratulate Bacula together with all of the finalists on this important accomplishment, and wish all of them the best of luck during the final voting process.”
Bacula Enterprise Edition enables multi-backup strategies to physical, virtual and Cloud destinations, all from a single platform. Everything can be managed from either GUI or command line interfaces, and Bacula Enterprise Editions’ automation and modern design make backup extremely stable and easy to manage. After initial configuration, backup jobs run in the background with little or no maintenance.
“We are honored that Bacula has been chosen by the esteemed 2016 SVC Awards judges as a finalist for this award,” said Aristide Caraccio, VP of Sales and Marketing for Bacula Systems. “We feel it echoes Bacula’s status as the only networked backup solution with such a broad range of features that function across physical, virtual and Cloud environments, combined with amazingly low cost of scalability and cost-efficiency with data volume. Our many high-profile customers are testimony to this, and we are proud of the benefits Bacula has delivered to large data centers”.
The SVC Awards recognize the products, projects and services, as well as honor companies and teams, operating with excellence in the cloud, virtualization, and storage sectors. The SVC Awards also recognize the achievements of end-users, channel partners and vendors alike. Voting opened on October 3 and closes on November 11:
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