Continuity Launches AvailabilityGuard v6.3
May 06, 2014
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Continuity Software is enabling IT professionals, business line managers and compliance officers to further extend their datacenter service resiliency and set in motion operational excellence programs, with the launch of AvailabilityGuard Software version 6.3 (v6.3).

Featuring expedited deployment, expanded risk detection, and deeper analytics, AvailabilityGuard v6.3 delivers greater control and enhanced data protection, as well as more efficient compliance with internal IT governance and external regulations.

Specifically, AvailabilityGuard v6.3 enhancements include:

- Service Level Agreement (SLA) Policy / Software SLA Add-ons – enables users to specify standards for software products and/or minimal version; also includes out-of-the-box support for Symantec NetBackup, EMC Legato, CommVault, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM), and CA ARCServe

- Enhanced Storage Area Network (SAN) Fabric Support – what-if reports, HP Virtual Connect

- Extended Platform Support – Isilon (NAS), and DataDomain

- Enhanced Risk Detection – numerous new risk signatures

- Granular Role and Privilege Support – new role profiles provide fine-grained right-based and privilege-based access control, allowing managers, decision makers and other non-technical users to subscribe to the exact views they need with the most appropriate privilege level

- Deeper Active Directory Integration – supporting full user authorization and role configuration

- Enhanced Configuration Wizard – streamlining setup even further with more granular control

“AvailabilityGuard v6.3 is the direct result of feedback we have received from countless IT professionals and compliance officers seeking to build service resiliency management programs and drive operational excellence,” said Doron Pinhas, CTO, Continuity Software. “The AvailabilityGuard enhancements are uniquely designed to benefit professionals across both technical and non-technical roles. They enable faster and easier deployment, deeper and broader understanding, and greater management control. The bottom-line is that AvailabilityGuard v6.3 will enable more efficient and effective compliance with internal IT standards and external regulations.”

AvailabilityGuard v6.3 is now generally available.

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