What's New With v9?
New Store architecture significantly improves performance of store tasks and protection plans.
Store Purge tasks run up to ten times faster that in previous versions of the software.
Store Copy and Verify tasks run up to four times faster than in previous versions of the software.
Protection Plans run up to 30% faster than in previous versions of the software.
Previous-version ("legacy") stores can easily be converted by clicking a button on the store's Property page.
A new Scheduled Restore task-type allows for keeping a mirror image of a computer (or VM) for standby recovery or DR testing.
Windows Scheduler 2.0 Integration
Allows for advanced triggers, actions, and conditions to be configured for scheduled tasks.
Scheduled tasks can be executed from Powershell scripts.
A task can be configured to wake a computer from sleep or hibernation, or a task can be attached to a specific system event. For example, a Purge task could be configured to run when disk space gets low.
Standalone Tape Drive Support
Allows for vaulting to standalone tape devices with similar capability as the current tape autoloader support.
Linear Tape File System (LTFS) Integration
Use LTO tape for storing archived data.
Use LTO tape as a restore target.
A new tape grouping called a Volume Set lets you group tapes together.
Vaulting tasks are associated with Volume Sets rather than tape devices as in previous releases of the software. More than one vaulting task can target a volume set.
Storage node redesign
The layout of the Storage node in the Archive Manager user interface is more logical.
Windows 10 Support
Computers running Windows 10 operating systems are now supported by the software.
View more about our software updates here.