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Back Up and Restore DB2 MultiNode Databases from the Command Center

You can configure, back up, and restore DB2 MultiNode databases using the Command Center. You can run in-place and out-of-place restore operations for the databases.

For more information, see DB2 MultiNode Databases in the Command Center.

Back Up and Restore Informix

You can back up and restore either the entire Informix server or individual dbspaces in the Command Center.

Following are the key features of Informix:

  • Back up Informix instances and dbspaces on demand or on a schedule.

  • Restore Informix instances, to the most recent time, to a point in time, or up to a specific logical log.

  • Run log backups at a greater frequency using disk cache, without adding to the workload of the CommServe computer.

For more information, see Informix.

Back Up and Restore NDMP Data on FlexGroup Volumes

You can back up and restore NDMP data on FlexGroup volumes. FlexGroup volumes are supported for IntelliSnap backups and streaming backups.

For more information, see Support for NetApp FlexGroup Volumes.

Back Up and Restore Qumulo Data

You can back up and restore data (CIFS shares and NFS exports) that resides on your Qumulo file server.

For more information, see Qumulo File Storage.

Duplicate Oracle and Oracle RAC Databases from the Command Center

You can duplicate Oracle and Oracle RAC databases from the Command Center. You can also create a standby database using the duplication operation.

For more information, see the following pages:

Enhanced Options for Salesforce

New features are added to existing capabilities in Command Center for Salesforce:

  • You can access your Salesforce account by using the OAuth protocol.

  • If you are a Managed Service Provider (MSP), you can simplify the setup for your tenants.

When you install feature release 11.22 in your CommCell environment, you must also install 11.22 on the Commvault access node that you use for Salesforce.

For more information, see the following pages:

Instant Clones from the Commvault Hybrid File Store

For Oracle databases, you can run forever incremental backups that are stored in the Commvault Hybrid File Store. The Commvault software uses the Oracle incremental merge feature to create the backups. You can use these backups to automate the creation of instant clones for DevOps automation requirements.You can use the Oracle image copy feature to create a snapshot of an Oracle database without having to create the snapshot on the primary storage. Instant clones support the following key features:

  • You can automatically back up databases and archive logs by using policies that are developed to meet your recovery point objectives.

  • You can create instant clones (live mounts) of an Oracle database for a specified point in time and automate the lifecycle of the instant clones.

For more information, see Instant Clones from the Commvault Hybrid File Store.

Manage OneDrive for Business Using the Office 365 Solution in the Command Center

You can use the Office 365 solution to back up and restore data in OneDrive for Business.

Following are the key features of OneDrive for Business:

  • You can perform user-level configuration and management.

  • You can back up and restore the user accounts using multiple access nodes for a faster backup operation.

  • Suitable for service providers to provide backup as a service for OneDrive for Business.

For more information, see OneDrive for Business.

Manage SharePoint Online Using the Office 365 Solution in the Command Center

You can use the Office 365 solution to back up and restore data in SharePoint Online.

Following are the key features of SharePoint Online:

  • You can perform site-level configuration and management.

  • You can back up and restore the SharePoint sites using multiple access nodes for a faster backup operation.

  • Suitable for service providers to provide backup as a service for SharePoint Online.

For more information, see SharePoint Online.

Restore Mailboxes to a Point-In-Time

You can restore the data of one or more mailboxes from a backup to a state or a folder structure at a given point-in-time.

You can revert the mailbox to a state just before an undesired incident occurred in the mailbox.

For more information, see the following pages:

Restoring an Exchange Archiving Mailbox to a Point in Time

Restoring a Exchange OnlineMailbox to a Point in Time