On October 17th at Storage Networking World, Ted Kummert, Microsoft Corporate VP for Data and Storage Platforms announced the release to manufacturing of System Center Data Protection Manager 2007.
With the RTM, we are now counting down the days until General Availability (GA) in November, where the product will be available through all of the traditional channels, including Microsoft Partners, Volume Licenses (VL/EA), as well as there will be OEM appliances running DPM 2007 which will be announced at our launch.
DPM 2007 is scheduled to officially launch in November at Microsoft Tech-Ed IT Forum, in Barcelona, Spain – along with other components of the System Center family of management products.
So, if you have not already done so, please visit the new DPM website for updated product information and download the evaluation software.
And for a more personal observation on the announcement today, check out Jason’s blog on the RTM as well.
One more time, for those who missed it before... RTM = Released to Manufacturing "And what is SCDPM?"
SCDPM = System Center Data Protection Manager
I can't wait to get this running at home! I have an Exchange server that needs protecting! Great work DPM team.
See Jason Buffington's announcement over on the DPM Blog . I played around with DPM a bit for protecting
Pessoal, Durante o MS Track, uma das soluções que cito é o System Center DPM - Data Protection Manager
第二代道場 運用管理編で取り上げていたDPMですが、当時 V2 と言っていたDPM2007の開発が完了した模様です。DPM2006 はファイルサーバーを中心としたデータ保護でしたが DPM2007 は本格的にサーバー製品のデータ保護も視野に入れていながらHDDをメインのバックアップ対象に据えたいい製品です。是非
Like many of you, I have spent a fair amount of time testing, designing and deploying all types of systems.
hi guys, great job! when can we expect to see the final RTM bits on MSDN?
This paper has been long in coming and I think they nailed it. Announcing a new whitepaper... Data protection
I got some strange looks the other day at SharePoint Connections when I announced that DPM was RTM'd
Após longo período sem nenhum post devido a correria de final de ano (incluindo o TechED 2007), gostaria