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DPM : What's Next ? Let Your Voice Be Heard !

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System Center Data Protection Manager 2010


Greetings from the DPM Team !!!

We conceptualized DPM 7 years ago with a mission to offer Best Data Protection for Microsoft applications.  Our goal has been to offer: Rapid and Reliable Recovery, Ease of Use, and Lowest TCO for Microsoft workloads, to all our customers.

DPM 2010 (a.k.a. DPM V3) released earlier this month. With its strong feature-set and with significant improvements in reliability, manageability and scalability, DPM 2010 is receiving positive reviews from you - all our customers. Thanks for sharing the feedback.

Therefore it's now time for us to identify key future product enhancements that YOU need.  

Please take some time to complete the survey (Future Enhancements to DPM) and share your future needs with the DPM Product Team.

Survey Link: http://connect.microsoft.com/site840/Survey/Survey.aspx?SurveyID=11130



DPM Product Team

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  • Documentation, Documentation, Documentation  I like the product but since I started using DPM 2007, you can only find answers from blogs, and tech postings.  I am currently battling a sharepoint protection group that will not create a catalog.  The scarce cryptic examples in the management shell are terrible!  I am about to dump this product as a matter of principle.

  • Ok I can fill this in for ya.

    I'm working on shrepoint 2007 recovery with DPM 2010. I have some object reference problems and i can avoid them by recovering files appart from forms in a document library.

    It could be handy if one can select multiple files to restore instead of a whole folder including sub-folders. (I dont want the subfolders)

  • In order for DPM to replace our current Enterprise Backup solution it will need:

    The ability to backup directly to tape - I don't have an unlimited budget for disk; especially for long term data retention.  Tape library support, with sharing between DPM servers would also be helpful.

    It needs support for a wider range of platforms, including VMS, VMware, Solaris, Redhat, and of course all the currently supported Windows platforms.

    CDP is great for Databases, but for everything else I just want a single daily point in time recovery point.