Just a few months ago NAKIVO released version 7, a major release that added several new features, one of which was the support for Hyper-V backup. Today NAKIVO has released version 7.1 which builds upon that feature set by adding support for Hyper-V failover clusters!
Today NAKIVO has released their latest version, NAKIVO Backup 7.0! NAKIVO continues to improve with several new features like AD integration, and Hyper-V 2012 and 2016 support – as well as add support for VMware vSphere 6.5!
NAKIVO Backup has been a great addition in my home lab and just a few months ago I wrote about my first impressions of NAKIVO Backup. Now I have a few posts lined up to highlight some individual features of NAKIVO Backup, starting with Instant File Recovery.
If you haven’t already guessed it, Instant File Recovery allows you to recover files or folders directly from a previous backup job. This is a great alternative to performing a full restore of a VM when all you might need is a single or even a couple of files and/or folders.
Just last month I mentioned NAKIVO 6.2 was released as beta, well now version 6.2 is officially being released! The biggest feature being most notably the addition of Amazon AWS EC2 support which allows for paid AWS EC2 instances which are sold through the AWS Marketplace.
Today NAKIVO announced their latest version, NAKIVO v6.2, which is currently in Beta at the moment but looks to offer a number of new exciting features. Such as more integration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) as well as improved notifications and alarms.
What’s new in NAKIVO v6.2 Beta
Earlier this month NAKIVO released version 6.1 of their Backup and Replication application which only adds to their popular 6.0 version adding features like Microsoft Exchange instant object recovery and log truncation as well as other features. As part of the VMware vExpert program NAKIVO has given me a NFR license to try NAKIVO Backup and Replication v6.1 in my home lab and I want to share my initial thoughts about this new version that I’ve had running for the last couple weeks.