The following new features were added to the current software release.
Restore SAP HANA 2.0 Multitenant Databases from IntelliSnap Backups
You can now restore multitenant database container IntelliSnap backups on SAP HANA 2.0 SPS04 versions.
For more information, see Restoring Multitenant Databases on SAP HANA 2.0 SPS04.
Connect to Salesforce Using Mutual Authentication
You can connect to Salesforce using a Salesforce user account that has restricted access to the APIs by using a mutual authentication certificate. When you connect by using a mutual authentication certificate, you can run only backup and restore operations.
For more information, see Connecting to Salesforce Using Mutual Authentication.
Use Salesforce Sandbox Data Masking to Protect Sensitive Data
Use Salesforce data masking to change sensitive information when restoring production data to a sandbox. This is useful when populating or refreshing a sandbox for development or test purposes. Data masking allows realistic production data to be used without exposing sensitive information.
For more information, see Data Masking for Salesforce.
Restore SQL Server Data with Simplified Options
You can restore SQL server data using pre-configured options that simplify the steps needed to restore the selected data.
For more information, see Simplified SQL Server Restores.
Back Up and Restore Azure SQL Database Managed Instances
You can migrate a SQL database from an on-premises SQL server to an Azure SQL database managed instance. The migration is accomplished by backing up the on-premises SQL database, and then restoring it to the Azure SQL database managed instance. After the database is migrated, you can run a full backup operation to back up the Azure SQL database managed instance in the Azure cloud. You can restore an Azure SQL database managed instance from an Azure cloud to either the same Azure cloud instance or to another Azure cloud instance.
For more information, see Back Up and Restore an Azure SQL Database Managed Instance.
Use 1-Touch for Linux to Perform Bare Metal Recovery of Computers That Contain Software RAID Devices
On supported Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SuSE Linux, and Ubuntu operating system versions, you can use 1-Touch for Linux to perform a bare metal recovery of computers that contain software RAID devices.
For more information, see 1-Touch for Linux: System Requirements.
IAM Role-Based Authentication for Snapshot Copies of Encrypted Amazon EC2 and Amazon RDS Instances
You can use Amazon EC2 instances that have an IAM role configured to run snapshot replication of encrypted Amazon RDS instances.
Previously, you could run snapshot replication of encrypted Amazon RDS instances only by using the AWS secret key and access key.
For more information, see Creating an Amazon RDS Snapshot Copy or an Aurora Database Cluster Snapshot Copy in a Different Region.
Optimized Scan and Multi-Node Backup for Nutanix Files Shares
You can back up Nutanix Files shares using distributed backups that run on multiple backup nodes.
The Nutanix Files share scan operations are optimized for reduced scan times.
For more information, see Nutanix Files.
Back Up and Restore Hive Data Warehouse Application Data by Using Workflows
You can back up and restore Hive data warehouse application data by using workflows.
For more information, see Hive Overview.
Live Sync Replication for Oracle Databases in the Command Center
You can use the Live Sync feature to enable incremental replication from a backup of an Oracle database to a synced copy of the Oracle database. The Live Sync operation continuously applies changes from the source database backups since the most recent sync point.
For more information, see Live Sync Replication for Oracle Databases.
Protect Splunk Clusters in the Command Center
You can use the Command Center to back up and recover Splunk index files.
For more information, see Splunk.
Last modified: 12/31/2020 10:24:48 PM