Zmanda is excited to announce the 3.5.2 release of its free open source data backup solution, Amanda. The new release addresses the concerns regarding the unintentional deletion of data on tape. With this update, you can experience an enhanced tape handling experience in your backup environment.
This release ensures your data on tape media is safe, thus giving you peace of mind during catastrophic events leading to data loss.
A Release That Handles Tapes Better
Whether you want to implement a 3-2-1 backup rule or do a simple physical media backup, hands-down, tape media will become your reliable storage medium. This makes it essential to safeguard data stored on tape under all circumstances. Therefore, Amanda emphasizes handling and protecting data on tape media with this release.
Amanda’s 3.5.2 version will ensure that the tapes with old data are not overwritten with the new backup set. The data on tape will be protected, thus ensuring the physical media backup is safe, and you need not worry about it during data loss events.
Get Started with Amanda 3.5.2
Amanda, a free open source network backup solution, can help you back up several servers and workstations to tapes, drives, and other optical media. With the existing amazing features and enhanced tape handling capacity together, you will love the 3.5.2 version. If you are still using an older version of Amanda software, it is time to upgrade to a new and better version.
You can check out the release notes to learn more about the 3.5.2 update and use it in your backup environment more effectively.
Safer the data, the lesser the risk! So, download Amanda now to begin your data backup journey.
Learn More About Zmanda’s Data Management Capabilities
Please refer to the release notes to learn more about the 3.5.2 update. You can additionally connect with Zmanda for your enterprise data backup solution: