Microlite Corporation is pleased to annoutne that BackupEDGE 03.03.01 is now certified for use with openSUSE LEAP 15.2.
You must install the latests updates to openSUSE to get to Linux kernel 5.3.18-lp152.20.7-default or later before making RecoverEDGE media.
BackupEDGE is the choice to protect modern Linux servers by supporting backup, instant file restore and bare metal disaster recovery using your choice of storage media, from flash drive to optical drive to tape to NAS to cloud. It supports major moderrn physical or virtual servers running the most recent releases of:
Microlite Corporation is pleased to announce the release of BackupEDGE 03.03.01 Build 1. This release incorporates many changes and improvements, including those necessary to support the following operating systems:
We are pleased to announce BackupEDGE 03.03.00 build 3.
Engineering has undergone a major re-write of the way RecoverEDGE handles GPT under various Linux distributions, which both increases stability and allows a code base for future enhancements we will be bringing soon. Stay tuned!
We've also improved module handling for RecoverEDGE for Linux, as well as updating to the latest network and communications libraries.
Ubuntu 18.04.04 LTS Server is supported with this release.
All licenses under a valid Support and Maintenance Subscription as of September 16, 2019 may update to this release at no charge. Please contact our sales department to renew older Subscriptions.
Microlite Corporation announces that BackupEDGE 03.03.00 build 2 has been tested and certified for use with SUSE Linux Enterprise Sever 12 SP5 (Service Pack 5).
With BackupEDGE, SLES 12 SP5 allows user to choose the best way to protect their servers, allowing them to back up to cloud storage, NAS storage, tape storage, optical media storage, or removable disk and flash media storage, all with complete bare metal recovery capabilities.
Microlite Corporation is pleased to announce that BackupEDGE 03.03.00 build 2 has been tested and certified for use with Oracle Linux 8 Update 1.
With BackupEDGE, Oracle Linux users can protect their servers by backing up to cloud storage, NAS storage, tape storage, optical media storage, or removable disk and flash media storage, all with complete bare metal recovery capabilities.