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System Center Data Protection Manager

System Center Data Protection Manager
Developer(s) Microsoft
Stable release 2012 / 2012 (2012)
Development status Active
Operating system Windows Server
Type Near-continuous data protection, data recovery
License Commercial proprietary software
Website /DPM.com.microsoftwww

System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM) is a software product from Microsoft that provides near-continuous data protection and data recovery in a Microsoft Windows environment. It is part of the Microsoft System Center family of products and is Microsoft's first entry into the near-continuous backup and data recovery. It uses Shadow Copy technology for continuous backups.

Contents

  • Overview 1
  • Supported workloads 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • Further reading 5
  • External links 6

Overview

Data Protection Manager delivers centralized backup of branch offices and within the data center, by near-continuously protecting changed files at the byte-level to a secondary disk, which can then be backed up to tape. This also enables rapid and reliable recovery from an easily accessible disk instead of waiting to locate and mount tapes.

Data Protection Manager 2006 was released on September 27, 2005 at Storage Decisions in New York.[1][2] The current version, Data Protection Manager 2012, supports protection of Windows file servers, Exchange Server, Microsoft SQL Server, SharePoint and Microsoft Virtual Server. It features bare-metal restore.

Supported workloads

DPM offers support for a variety of Microsoft Workloads. However it should be noted that support varies between versions with old operating systems being removed from new versions.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Microsoft Launches System Center Data Protection Manager as Part of Its Universal Distributed Storage Vision". January 2011. 
  2. ^ "Business Continuity Dominates at Storage Decisions". January 2011. 

Further reading

  • Ganger, Devin; Ryan Femling. Mastering System Center Data Protection Manager 2007.  
  • Buchanan, Steve. Microsoft Data Protection Manager 2010.  
  • Buffington, Jason. Data Protection for Virtual Data Centers.  
  • Robert, Hedblom; Steve Buchanan; Islam Gomaa; Flemming Riis. Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2012.  

External links

  • Official website
  • Data Protection Manager blog
  • All Backed Up – DPM product manager's blog
  • DPM Version and Service Pack Information
  • Data Protect Manager on Microsoft TechNet
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