Dell EMC Avamar Previous Solutions

Trainstore67
Trainer, storage consultant at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
We used Omniverge for some time, but at that time the cost became too high so we switched to Avamar. If you look at the backup and database of Avamar, it stands out above the rest. View full review »
Ralph Kuehn
Backup Systems Engineer at Nordstrom, Inc.
We used to have Veeam and NetBackup. We moved to Avamar as it had more features; it helped reduce the number of environments we had to support. It also reduced the amount of time we spend on upgrades. It simplified our total data protection and reduced the number of clients that were required to be installed. View full review »
MuathAlhwetat
SAN and UNIX Administrator at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
Prior to this solution, we worked with Commvault, Veritas, and Veeam. We still work with multiple vendors for our backup and recovery solution. View full review »
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Systemdmn67
System Admin at a energy/utilities company with 501-1,000 employees
We were not able to back up the Exchange database with this solution. In the end, we had to discontinue using it. We switched to EMC Data Domain, and the cost was one of the factors that influenced our decision. View full review »
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