Citrix - SEP: A Dependable, Dynamic Partnership

Backing up data from virtual servers has become an important component of comprehensive backup solutions as companies, from small business to large enterprises, increase their use of virtualization technology.

SEP Software is proud to announce its new Citrix XenServer Module “Xen and Now.” It offers Disaster Recovery and hot backup functionality for Citrix VMs, which has been previously unavailable in the marketplace. It provides an online/hot backup-and-restore of virtual machines running on a Citrix XenServer. Consistent backup is achieved by creating a snapshot of every virtual machine.  The snapshot is backed up on any SEP sesam server controlled media. The XenServer client initiates a snapshot through the XenServer API and is independent from the operating system installed on the VM. The sesam backup server can be installed directly on a VM or on any other physical server. The backup server can be Windows, Linux or Solaris driven.

By implementing Xen and Now, companies realize savings in operation expenses, time and manpower.

To learn more simply click on Citrix Ready Products. 

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About Citrix

Citrix Systems was born from the idea of unlocking applications from datacenters and employees from the office – creating new ways for people and IT to work. Today, this is the promise of virtual computing, and Citrix is at the epicenter.

It’s a powerful vision but one that hinges on having an infrastructure that delivers a lighter, simpler, more flexible IT. Organizations that employ the power of virtual computing will lower costs, gain greater agility, and harness new levels of creativity and productivity from their workforce.

More than 230,000 organizations worldwide rely on Citrix to help them build simpler and more cost-effective IT environments enabling virtual workstyles for users and virtual datacenters for IT. Citrix partners with over 10,000 companies worldwide in more than 100 countries. Founded in 1989, annual revenue in 2009 was $1.61 billion.