March 2016 Newsletter
During March 2016, We're offering a series of online training classes. This newsletter contains more information on these classes, plus info on:
Online Training Classes via GoToMeeting - Sign Up NOW!
We've prepared a series of online training sessions which will be held via GoToMeeting sessions.
You may sign up now at http://www.microlite.com/online-training. Each class will be held twice. Sign up for one or all classes on our simple web registration form.
Here is some brief information on the classes...
- Using the Basic Scheduler (~30 minutes).
We'll review all of the things you can do with the Basic Scheduler, plus touch on Master/Incremental/Differential Backups, Notifiers, adding multiple Domains to a Backup Schedule, and more.
- Using the Advanced Scheduler (~1 Hour).
We'll talk about Domains, Sequences, Triplet Scheduling, Precedence, multiple Schedules per day, and much more.
- Cloud (internet) Backups via Amazon DevPay [AWS] (~45 minutes).
We'll add AWS support to an Amazon account, add support for BackupEDGE to Amazon DevPay, then configure a BackupEDGE Resource for DevPay and configure backups.
- Cloud (internet) Backups to Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage and others using the S3 API [S3CLOUD] (~45 minutes).
We'll walk through all the steps on both the cloud provider side and the BackupEDGE side to do backups to internet storage sites via the standard S3 capabilities built into BackupEDGE.
If you would like to see us offer a different class, please send an email to email@example.com with your suggestions.
RecoverEDGE Reference Manuals
We've completed work on the updated RecoverEDGE Reference Manual for OpenServer 5 and posted it to our web site. Click on the Documentation link below or get it directly by clicking HERE. Work continues on the Linux and OpenServer 6 / UnixWare 7 reference manuals.
Xinuos Definitive Series
Certification for the Xinuos "Definitive" operating systems is complete. Please see the on-line Unix Support Tables for additional information.
From the Support Department
When you send a support request, please send enough information to allow us to evaluate the request and provide quality support. Some requests have almost no information and require us to make additional inquiries before we can even begin to answer them.
You get an acknowledgement with each email sent to firstname.lastname@example.org that includes a ticket number and a request for additional information. Always make sure you respond to this request. This helps us to help you in the most timely fashion.
Helpful Web Site Links
Kindest regards, and thanks for your continuing support of Microlite Corporation and BackupEDGE.
D. Thomas Podnar
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