Agentless Architecture. Agentless Backup is Not a Myth

Backup and recovery software typically requires agents that are installed onto the servers that a system administrator wants to back up. Even in a modest-sized environment, agent management can become extremely complex when an administrator is forced to deal with different operating systems and revision levels. Dealing with backup software agents is a cumbersome and mundane task that can be extremely time consuming leaving you less likely to focus on other more strategic initiatives. Additionally, many problems that occur while managing backup software in complex environments are due to compatibility issues with agents. Learn more about the agent pollution problem, why agentless backup is not a myth, and why it matters to managed service providers to infinitely reduce the risk of problems, increase scalability and decrease costs.

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