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CA launches ARCserve D2D for Linux

The latest member of the ARCserve family provides disk-to-disk backup for Linux systems.

CA ARCserve D2D for Linux is designed to provide fast data protection and recovery for virtual and physical Linux servers.

Features include data compression to reduce storage requirements, unattended bare-metal recovery (whether the target is similar or dissimilar to the original server), and individual file recovery from any recovery point image.

CA ARCserve D2D for Linux can be licensed separately or as part of an ARCserve per-terabyte licence.

It supports Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.x and 6.x, and CentOS 5.x and 6.x.

"IT has to aggressively reduce the amount of time and effort they spend protecting mission-critical systems, including those powered by Linux," said CA Technologies vice president for data management in the Asia Pacific and Japan region James Forbes-May.

"CA ARCserve empowers our customers to fulfill their most pressing recovery objectives with a single, cross-platform solution and licensing options tailored to achieve maximum return on investment."

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