Netbackup migration


Netbackup is an enterprise-level backup suite that runs on Linux, Windows, and various flavours of UNIX (Solaris, AIX, Tru64, and HP-UX). Its ealiest ancestor was a backup program written for Chrysler by Control Data in 1987, which evolved into AWBUS in 1990, BackupPlus in 1993, and finally christened Netbackup after the product was aqcuired by Openvision. Veritas took over the product in 1997, and in 2005 Symantec acquired Veritas.

Originally, the archive structure was based on the UNIX TAR format, but it is no longer TAR compatible.

We migrate Netbackup tapes

Whether your Netbackup tapes are LTO, DLT, SDLT, or some other media, we can migrate your data. We have Netbackup servers and tape drives running 24/7 with highly trained, motivated staff to oversee Netbackup migrating operations.

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