Acronis Introduces Enterprise-Level Capabilities for Service Providers with Acronis Cyber Cloud 8.0

Acronis announces Acronis Cyber Cloud 8.0 rollout.

 

More than 40 new capabilities are available now, ensuring service providers worldwide are optimally positioned to grow. Most notably, features previously available only in Acronis’ flagship on-premises data protection solution will equip service providers to deliver modern cyber protection no matter how large, complex or sophisticated their customer’s infrastructure and workloads.

 

A few of the new capabilities include:
– Efficient group-management operations, which boost service delivery significantly and further lower administrative overhead
– Several new disaster recovery service features, which enrich sales capabilities with support for a seamless, simplified customer onboarding and proof of concept (PoC) stage
– Enhanced licensing and feature management, for an even easier upsell of new Advanced and Disaster Recovery features

 

As Acronis’ founder and CEO Serguei “SB” Beloussov stated, “Traditional data protection is not enough for any business to stay competitive and grow – including service providers and the many small to enterprise-size customers that rely on them. With Acronis Cyber Cloud 8.0, we’re making managing cyber protection easier, more efficient and even more secure for all environments and workloads, so there’s no room for error.”

 

Scalable group management of devices and backup plans offers a big boost to Acronis Cyber Cloud’s flagship service Acronis Cyber Backup Cloud by ensuring service providers can serve business customers with larger infrastructures.

 

Partners will gain support for application-aware Oracle Database and SAP HANA backup and recovery, as well as a cluster-aware backup of Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft Exchange Server. Partners also can look forward to approximately 25 other additions, including:

– Agentless, application-aware VM backup on Hyper-V to save time deploying the agent
– Automatic backup archives notarization for independent validation that specific files are unchanged
– A new Startup Recovery Manager to restore machines in minutes, even if the operating system does not load, without needing separate rescue media or a network connection

 

Acronis Disaster Recovery Cloud also sees enhancements to its security, compliance and service delivery tools. A few highlights include the ability to use encrypted backups to perform failover, automated disaster recovery operations using securely stored passwords and disaster recovery for multiple client networks.

 

Acronis is also constantly enhancing data authenticity features. Key improvements in the Acronis Notary Cloud service allow service providers to enable data verification via a new public webpage – eliminating the need to use the Acronis Notary Cloud user-interface to verify files.

 

Service providers interested in adding these cloud services to their portfolio should contact their Acronis representative. For additional information, visit Acronis.com.

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