Veritas Software rolled out this week a storage software suite that helps Windows 2000 managers protect and manage their enterprise-sized networks. The suite includes backup, high availability, migration and virtualization software.
Veritas says its Volume Manager software now supports Windows 2000 and allows network managers to combine storage from diverse locations into a single pool to make management easier. The Veritas Cluster Server lets network managers group as many as 32 servers together for fail-over purposes.
The company also launched Veritas FlashSnap, a backup process that creates point-in-time copies of data on a different server for disaster recovery features. Veritas also made its Volume Replicator product available for Windows 2000 networks. Volume Replicator copies data to remote servers.
It also announced Global Cluster Manager, software that monitors clusters and migrates applications between sites.
Finally, the company rolled out Veritas Edition for Microsoft Exchange 2000, which according to company claims, improves the recovery, availability and management of Exchange 2000.
Volume Manager 3.0 starts at US$1,000; the FlashSnap Option starts at $2,000; Veritas Cluster Server starts at $5,000; the Volume Replicator is $4,000; and, Veritas Edition for Microsoft Exchange is $1,500.
All products are immediately available.