Veritas NetBackup Appliance Stability

Bckupdataad67
Backup and Database Administrator at a energy/utilities company with 201-500 employees
The solution is very stable when there is no major change that actually requires corresponding changes to the policies of the NetBackup protection environment. If there are no more major changes from protected areas, like the VMware infrastructure, like the application of services, the solution is stable. It's even stable with the patches that Microsoft releases from time to time, that can cause so many problems. Some jobs may fail, but it reports back to the Backup administrator. An extensive loss gives the opportunity to find out what was changed and what is going on and proceed and make all the necessary adjustments to get back on track. It's very stable also as an environment. After one and a half years we've never had a failure in a hard disk startup and we've never had a failure of NetBackup services. We never had any kind of corruption or any kind of failure, generally speaking. There are some small issues, as with any product. However, the backup administrator continues reporting daily and checking to see if everything is working fine. View full review »
MahdiBahmani
Solution Architect, IT Consultant at Merdasco - Rayan Merdas Data Prosseccing
This solution is really stable. It worked very well in the case of my customer who was attacked by the virus, and it is not dependent on other solutions. View full review »
Associate67
Associate at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
This solution is stable, and we haven't had any problems. We have experience with other back up solutions such as IBM, DOT rep-storage manager, now known as the IBM Spectrum Scale. These are quite similar in terms of stability. It is also very reliable and it's not difficult to implement or to deliver an availability solution or a disaster recovery solution. View full review »
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AbhishekKumar2
IT Team Leader at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
The stability of the solution is good. View full review »
Felipe Herrera
IT Operations Manager at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have 99.9% completion of the backups. At one point during our migration, we experienced a loss of all of our backups. It took approximately one week to restore all of them. View full review »
Stoengi67
Storage Engineer at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Compared to a homemade installation, this appliance is very stable. View full review »
RezaMoaveni
CEO at BhPart
This solution is not as stable as Veeam. When it crashes and you want to cover, it is a complicated procedure. View full review »
EnterDirect677
Director of the Enterprise Department at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
I would say that the stability of this solution is good. View full review »
Mohammad Hussain
Network Administrator at KING FAHD MILITARY MEDICAL COMPLEX
Stability is good. We haven't had any issues when restoring backups. If you do a regular backup I would give the process a nine out of ten. But for the recovery side of this process, I would rate a four out of ten. It needs improvement. View full review »
Michael Amtmann
System Administrator at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
The solution's stability is perfect. View full review »
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