What's New in Data Protector 2019.02 - Webcast Replay

What's New in Data Protector 2019.02 - Webcast Replay

 
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What's New in Data Protector 2019.02 - Webcast Replay

If you missed our latest live webcast – What’s New in Data Protector 2018.11 and 2019.02 – you can catch a replay here: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/8743/349338 

Hear Ken Lamb, Senior Product Marketing Manager, and Uli Wallscheid, Product Manager, Micro Focus, discuss how Data Protector 2018.11 and 2019.02 continue to deliver on advanced reporting with enhancements and new capabilities. The releases also offer scheduler, security and industry-leading platform integration enhancements. In the webcast you will hear about these, and see a live demo of all the new features including:

  • Integrated reporting enhancements including
    • Manager-of-Manager consolidation
    • Configuration, Session timeframes, Chargeback, Custom reports and more
  • Scheduler and Security enhancements
    • Improved installation and upgrade process
  • Platforms and Integration
    • Modernized NetApp ZDB
    • Support for Data Domain with VM Power-On and Live Migration
    • MySQL 8, PostgreSQL 10 and Oracle 18c
    • H3C CAS
 
 
 
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