OmniNet in New Zealand Joins Nakivo Cloud Backup Ecosystem

For VMware DR
This is a Press Release edited by on 2014.10.02

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OmniNet Ltd, an hosting and cloud provider for VMware virtualized environments in New Zealand, announced has joined the Nakivo, Inc. Cloud Backup and DR Ecosystem.

OmniNet can offer cloud-based Backup-as-a-Service and DR-as-a-Service powered by Nakivo Backup & Replication Cloud Provider Edition. As an ecosystem member, it can deliver fast, reliable, and affordable cloud backup and DR services for VMware environments, including onsite VM backup for fast operational recovery as well as VM backup and replication to the cloud for DR.

"With VM Backup-as-a-Service, mission critical data from virtualized environments is easily recoverable in case of a disaster, as data is sent offsite automatically, and on schedule," said Brent Ingram, director, OmniNet. "We researched the VM cloud Backup-as-a-Service software market thoroughly and tested the leading solutions in depth before we selected Nakivo. Its performance, reliability, and time saving features, such as multi-tenancy, enable us to manage and protect multiple customer environments from a single pane of glass."

"We are pleased that OmniNet, a leading hosting and cloud service provider in New Zealand, has joined Nakivo cloud Backup and DR Ecosystem," said Bruce Talley, Nakivo CEO and co-founder. "With Nakivo, OmniNet is now able to further expand their cloud services business by meeting the data protection needs of VMware based organizations of all sizes."

Built for virtualization, Nakivo Backup & Replication has been certified by VMware and offers a complete VM data protection feature set for SMB, Enterprise, and cloud provider virtualized environments. The product is agentless, can be deployed on Windows and Linux, backups and replicates VMware VMs onsite, offsite, and to private/public clouds, supports live applications and databases, recovers files and application objects from compressed and de-duplicated VM backups, speeds up data transfer with network acceleration, and reduces data size with deduplication and compression.