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  1. Thanks for the response. Is your roadmap accessible online?
  2. Hello, We need to be able to encrypt the backups repositories that are stored on windows servers. Is this something that is considered for future Nakivo versions? We would like to have safe backups, even if the Nakivo console would be compromised by hackers.
  3. Nakivo seems to run self-backups to all repositories automatically. In my case, some of my repositories are hard drives that are ejected and stored off-site. The issue is that Nakivo automatically adds repositories as a destination for the self-backup, it would be great if it didn't do this because it generates failure notifications and the Self-Backup fails because the repositories aren't available.
  4. Hello, I think it would be great if you all could add a report feature to the product. Nakivo is a key part in my DR strategy and being able to have reports that show for example how long it took to restore backups, perform backups etc. would help when talking to business stakeholders.
  5. I know it's possible to encrypt the backup data during the transfer but is it possible to encrypt the backups?
  6. If I have Nakivo installed and running on a vm how do i back it up? I noticed that if i try to include the nakivo vm in any existing backup jobs i run into issues.
  7. Do the "Self-healing" and "Verification" tasks guarantee that the backups are restorable?
  8. Hello, Is there or will there be a feature workflow added to automate testing backups on a scheduled bases?
  9. Okay that's what i thought but i wanted to confirm.
  10. The RDX is a network device, you see the web interface here https://youtu.be/0Bvzh_RsBPM?t=1236. It looks like each drive or volume can be a iscsi target that could be connected to the nakivo server and then a backup repository could be created on those iscsi drive targets right?
  11. @Official Moderator The use case for this would be to archive data on to the cartridges for long term storage and to follow the 3-2-1 backup rule https://www.nakivo.com/blog/3-2-1-backup-rule-efficient-data-protection-strategy/
  12. Is it possible for nakivo to backup to a rdx appliance like RDX® QuikStation™ 8
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