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Why open source backup is ideal for the education industry-final

5 Reasons Open Source Backup is Ideal for the Education Industry

Open source backup is necessary for the education industry. Just like other organizations, the schools and universities also keep critical data that they need to store, protect and manage securely. Digital systems have played an important role in transforming education over the last few decades.  Technology enhances the student experience and improves operational efficiencies in …

Create a Backup Set and Configure it to the Media | Zmanda

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

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 is a combination of clients and their respective partitions like C: Drive or …

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A New User Interface is Coming to the Zmanda Network

Zmanda is pleased to announce that we will be rolling out a new user interface for network.zmanda.com users on January, 11th 2020. You can get a preview of the new UI at https://network.zmanda.com/lightning/. We are committed to making sure that every user has a great experience using Zmanda Backup Solutions.  This new UI is meant …

New Linux Versions Supported by Zmanda Backup and Recovery Software

Check Out the 13 New Linux Versions Supported by Zmanda

Following the 3.6 release, we have updated our Linux clients to support new Linux operating system versions for CentOS, Fedora, Ubuntu, and Debian. The Zmanda Linux Client provides a reliable, cost-effective solution to protect your Linux systems against data loss. Zmanda Linux Clients interface seamlessly with the Zmanda Management Console, enabling administrators to use one …

Oops, I Deleted My MySQL Binary Logs

There are times when we are exhausted because of a long day and we end up making mistakes, which end up costing the entire team a lot of time. Yesterday, I was testing various backup and recovery methods supported by ZRM, a MySQL backup service for an upcoming release. ZRM for MySQL requires binary logging …