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Zmanda User Guide for Linux Clients

Amanda Enterprise Edition Linux Client is a certified Amanda network backup software, tested and supported by Zmanda. This document has been prepared in conjunction with the Amanda Enterprise Edition Linux client 3.6 release. Amanda Enterprise Edition Linux client packages are available for the following distributions from the Zmanda network: Red Hat Enterprise CentOS Fedora Oracle …

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How To | Create a Windows Template on Zmanda Windows Client and Configure It

Amanda Enterprise (AE), a product of Zmanda, facilitates the backup of File Systems, Databases, and Applications. To perform a specific backup on windows, a Zmanda Management Console user need to create a windows template on Zmanda Windows Client (ZWC) and configure it with the Zmanda Management Console (ZMC) Server. Zmanda Windows Client backs up data …

Zmanda, an open-source enterprise backup solution, announced a new software release is coming.

Zmanda Makes Enterprise Backup Affordable with 4.0 Software Release

Zmanda 4.0 is coming soon. Get updates on all of the new features and upgrades – sent directly to your email. It brings new enhancements to security, data deduplication, centralized multi-site cluster management, Azure storage support, and AWS Glacier storage with archival rules. Zmanda, a leader in open source enterprise backup solutions, announced that a …

How to Create a Backup Set and Configure it to the Media

How To | Create a Backup Set and Configure it to the Media

This document will help you to create a backup set and configure it. Amanda Enterprise, a Zmanda product, uses a key policy concept of “Backup Set”. It simplifies and optimizes an enterprise-wide backup system with multiple clients protected equally. A Backup Set is a group of one or more DLE’s (Disk List Entries). A DLE …

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How to Back Up a Linux Server for System Admins

Backing up a Linux server can have its ups and downs; figuratively and literally. In the past few years, the expectation has been that you need lots of manpower, free storage, and patience. It can feel complex since Linux is still a predominantly a command-line operating system. But is that still the case in 2020? …