Dell has released two new Active Directory backup and recovery solutions.
Dell Recovery Manager for Active Directory (RMAD) and Recovery Manager for Active Directory Forest Edition 8.7 allow organisations running hybrid Active Directory (AD) environments with Azure AD Connect to back up, view and restore changes to AD objects in real time, both on-premises and in the cloud.
The new solutions help companies gain control of cloud deployments and improve future readiness. The solutions also help organisations overcome cloud-adoption barriers such as implementation costs and risk, disaster recovery and security.
Dell’s suite of AD backup and recovery solutions support item-level recovery, comparison reports, and attribute rollback capabilities. This provides IT teams with comprehensive control and helps enable successful hybrid AD management.
RMAD also allows organisations to perform on-premise automated forest-level recovery and create a fully functional virtual lab environment.
The new solutions integrate with Dell InTrust’s IT search capability, which helps speed up security investigations and audits, and provides instant insight into the relationships between data and users.
RMAD also automates the creation of a virtual AD lab using production data, which helps enable proactive disaster recovery testing. The support for Azure with AD Connect from Dell Recovery Manager covers item-level recovery, comparison reports and attribute rollback.
“Organisations running hybrid environments must have clear visibility into what’s going on in their Active Directory environment, and need the ability to restore unwanted AD changes before they can impact the business,” said Brett Roscoe, vice president, product management, Dell Systems and Information Management. “Azure offers great value to customers, but without a simple yet comprehensive management solution it can increase complexity and introduce risk to the Active Directory environment. Other products in the market support Azure with AD Connect, but only Dell offers the most complete capabilities to address the hybrid Azure and on-premise AD environments.”
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