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StorEdge Enterprise Backup vs Veritas NetBackup - Linux / Unix Administration

Hi. I have been tasked with investigating a backup/restore solution that will be used to backup a Sun 3310 NAS with up to 1.3TB data. At the moment, the L25 tape library with SDLT320 drive(s) looks like it will be the right hardware for us, but I am interested in opinions with regards to software. At the moment, we backup our Sun servers (An E450, E3000 and V880) using ufsdump. I am keen to keep doing this for the operating system using local DDS4 drives as it will make system restore in the event of a disaster much quicker (or ...

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    Default StorEdge Enterprise Backup vs Veritas NetBackup

    Hi.

    I have been tasked with investigating a backup/restore solution that will
    be used to backup a Sun 3310 NAS with up to 1.3TB data. At the moment, the
    L25 tape library with SDLT320 drive(s) looks like it will be the right
    hardware for us, but I am interested in opinions with regards to software.

    At the moment, we backup our Sun servers (An E450, E3000 and V880) using
    ufsdump. I am keen to keep doing this for the operating system using local
    DDS4 drives as it will make system restore in the event of a disaster much
    quicker (or that's my understanding at least). Over time we intend to
    migrate much of our "non-operating system" data off the servers and onto
    the NAS.

    Question is, Sun are selling both StorEdge Enterprise Backup (formally
    Solstice Backup (a rebadged Legato Networker?)) and Veritas NetBackup. Are
    they equivalent products? Is one aimed at the lowend and another at the
    high end? What are the pros and cons of each?

    Any help appreciated.

    JR
    Julian Regel Guest

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    Default StorEdge Enterprise Backup vs Veritas NetBackup

    Hi.

    I have been tasked with investigating a backup/restore solution that will
    be used to backup a Sun 3310 NAS with up to 1.3TB data. At the moment, the
    L25 tape library with SDLT320 drive(s) looks like it will be the right
    hardware for us, but I am interested in opinions with regards to software.

    At the moment, we backup our Sun servers (An E450, E3000 and V880) using
    ufsdump. I am keen to keep doing this for the operating system using local
    DDS4 drives as it will make system restore in the event of a disaster much
    quicker (or that's my understanding at least). Over time we intend to
    migrate much of our "non-operating system" data off the servers and onto
    the NAS.

    Question is, Sun are selling both StorEdge Enterprise Backup (formally
    Solstice Backup (a rebadged Legato Networker?)) and Veritas NetBackup. Are
    they equivalent products? Is one aimed at the lowend and another at the
    high end? What are the pros and cons of each?

    Any help appreciated.

    JR
    Julian Regel Guest

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