Use EMC NetWorker software for unified backup and recovery of your enterprise applications and databases. With centralized administration, NetWorker helps you take advantage of the data protection that fits your needs best: deduplication, backup to disk and tape, snapshots, replication, and NAS. EMC NetWorker protects both physical and virtual environments including VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V.
Whether you’re protecting applications and data residing within your data center or the public cloud, NetWorker provides the same enterprise-level user experience. With EMC CloudBoost, NetWorker delivers highly efficient and secure long-term retention of backups in leading private or public cloud offerings, and backups of data and applications within the public cloud.
NetWorker is available standalone or as a component of the EMC Data Protection Suite Family, which offers you a complete suite of data protection software options.
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- Centralized Management: Eases administration with a simple graphical user interface, wizard-based configuration and management, and a common catalog
- Enterprise-Class Backup and Recovery: Works with a wide range of protocols, operating systems, business-critical applications, storage platforms, and virtualized environments
- Cloud Enabled: With EMC CloudBoost, NetWorker delivers highly efficient and secure long-term retention of backups to EMC Elastic Cloud Storage private cloud, the Virtustream Storage Cloud enterprise-class public cloud, and other select public cloud offerings.
- High Performance and Scale: Built to protect the largest enterprise
- Industry-Leading Deduplication: Integrated with EMC Data Domain and EMC Avamar for easy, fast, and reliable data deduplication
- Integrated Snapshot Management: Provides built-in data protection for block and file storage arrays that include VMAX, VNX, Isilon, and NetApp Filers
- Broad Application Support: Enables application-consistent backup and recovery of business-critical databases and applications including email, collaboration, and electronic medical records (EMR).