New version also includes Backblaze B2 support, monitoring system integration including Slack, script hooks, Avid support, and LTFS support, providing businesses with unprecedented protection for Windows, Mac, and Linux
Retrospect®, Inc., makers of award-winning Retrospect Backup & Recovery software, today introduced scalable data protection with the release of Retrospect 12 for Windows and Retrospect 14 for Mac. Businesses are now able to scale their backups up to unprecedented storage capacities. With scalable data protection, customers can protect 1 billion files and 100TB of data in a single backup set.
Scalable Data Protection
Retrospect's protection suite now includes scalable data protection. As an industry first for file-level backup, Retrospect is now certified to back up 1 billion files per backup set, 100 TB of data per backup set, and 50 million files per device.
With this new software architecture, businesses with 1TB or 100TB of data can use Retrospect to protect their entire infrastructure. Companies like media production houses with tens of millions of files on a single file server are now able to protect every file without jumping through additional hoops. The new version scales up to the largest business environments, with complete integration with our set-and-forget backup strategies, granular file-selection selectors, and data retention policies.
Backblaze B2 Integration
Backblaze B2 is a business-class cloud storage provider with extremely low costs, at $0.005/GB a month. Retrospect 12 for Windows and Retrospect 14 for Mac support Backblaze B2 as a cloud storage provider, offering complete integration with Retrospect's hybrid data protection.
“We are very pleased that Retrospect has chosen to integrate Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage into their suite of backup and recovery products,” stated Gleb Budman, Co-founder and CEO of Backblaze. He continued, “Retrospect’s efforts will enable their customers to use Backblaze B2 to save up to 75% on data storage when they back up their data to the cloud.”