Sonasoft Announces Version of SonaSafe Solution

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<strong>San Jose, Calif. </strong><br />Sonasoft Corp. announces the availability of its new version of SonaSafe for SQL Servers. This release contains many advance features including predefined templates for backup, new user interface, improved manageability, enhanced replication and recovery capability.<br /><br />Sonasoft provides a high-availability solution, protecting data from hardware/software failures and human error. The SonaSafe application maintains the redundant, standby server by continually updating the data with that retrieved from the primary system. The standby system can take over instantly in the event of primary system failure. The standby system can be on-site, or located at a remote site for protection against natural or man-made disasters.<br /><br />Users can configure predefined templates to meet their data-protection and disaster-recovery needs. Once created, these templates can be used over and over again. One of the key requirements from customers is the ability to use a SQL database for reporting purposes. A specific database can be restored periodically and can be effectively used for reporting purposes. <br /><br />Another new feature is the ability to add newly created databases to a pre-existing plan automatically. This will help to make sure all the databases are protected automatically. The revamped user interface allows users to navigate and manage different tasks efficiently.<br /><br />”I was looking for a robust failover/failback solution to protect our SQL servers that were used in conjunction with enterprise applications. I looked at a number of solutions including Sonasoft&#39;s SonaSafe solution. The value provided by Sonasoft&#39;s solution at the price it provided was unmatched by any other product in the marketplace. Once implemented, SonaSafe really made me look like a Hero”, Robert Kay, IT manager at Spence Stuart. <br />

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