Dell AppAssure

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Dell AppAssure
Former type Subsidiary
Industry Software
Fate Acquired by Dell
Predecessor(s) AppAssure
Successor(s) Dell AppAssure
Founded 2006
Founder(s) Najaf Husain
Defunct February 24, 2012 (2012-02-24)
Headquarters Reston, Virginia, United States
Key people Najaf Husain (Executive Vice President)
Products Software
Owner(s) Dell
Website [1]

Dell AppAssure is a series of backup solutions. The solutions were developed and marketed by the company with the same name until Dell acquired the company in February 2012.[1]

AppAssure was founded by Najaf Husain in 2006.[2] In 2008, AppAssure Software received a "Series A" investment by Bain Capital Ventures.[3]

On November 11, 2011, AppAssure announced the availability of AppAssure v4.7 Backup & Replication Software - On Friday, Feb. 24 2012, Dell announced the acquisition of AppAssure, renaming it Dell AppAssure.[1] Current version in Spring 2014 is Version 5.

(This information is out-of-date) The company's total revenue grew 196% in Q3 of 2011 over the same period in 2010, and total revenue for the third quarter grew 18% over the previous quarter. AppAssure achieved 3,450% growth over the past three years and more than 5,000 customers, partners and service providers in over 50 countries. The company has now posted 20 consecutive quarters of growth.[4]

Dell AppAssure is headquartered in Reston, VA.

Product information[edit]

The latest version is version 5.

AppAssure version 5 added the capability to back up Linux servers, physical and virtual. It was developed as a Windows-only backup solution with deep integration for the following Windows application servers: MS Exchange, MS SQL, and MS SharePoint. It also supports backing up Windows VMs hosted in MS Hyper-V and VMWare ESX environments.

It provides global deduplication, easy set-up, and ease of use (according to both the product site and the many reviews referenced in this article). The product strives to minimize recovery time (Near-Zero Recovery Time Objective) and provide 5-minute recovery point granularity. It also purports to be scalable and to allow recovery of backups to any location/VM - even if they have dissimilar hardware from the backup source. It also allows granular object-level recovery for both files and application level objects (such as emails).[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Official announcement Dell acquires AppAssure, 24 February 2012. Visited 30 March 2012
  2. ^ "AppAssure Software". Appassure.com. Retrieved 2011-08-08. 
  3. ^ Darcy, Darlene (2008-05-26). "Washington Business Journal". Washington.bizjournals.com. Retrieved 2011-08-08. 
  4. ^ McDonough, Ann (2011-11-22). www.appassure.com [AppAssure wins gold product award [http://www.appassure.com/appassure-software-wins-2-gold-product-awards-for-best-2011-backup-recovery-and-best-2011-disaster-recovery-from-windows-it-pro-magazine-2 AppAssure wins gold product award]]. Retrieved 2012-03-30.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  5. ^ "Dell AppAssure Product Page". Dell Inc. Retrieved 2012-08-20. 

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