We receive feedback from our customers and from trials of Restorepoint on a regular basis, along with new requests for device support or functionality. From what we hear from our customers the Restorepoint platform is getting better and better and our Disaster Recovery support for over 35 network and security manufacturers is unparalleled in the industry. Whilst we're happy that our customers are happy, we feel there's always room for improvement and new development!

So What's New?

Well, you may have seen within your Restorepoint consoles over the past few months that we've released a number of new device plug-ins to support Aruba, Cisco ACE, Imperva, SMC, Stonegate, Zhone, Radware, and most recently Ruckus Wireless. We're especially pleased with some of the new device plug-ins like Ruckus where there is no documented disaster recovery method for their equipments configurations, but DR is still much needed by their customers and partners alike.

Supporting new vendors and developing plug-ins is obviously a large part of what we do (keep the requests coming by the way) but we also have some great plans for the Restorepoint platform which we know will make our customers lives easier. With that in mind we're pleased to announce the availability of our latest interim release, Restorepoint v3.3.

Version 3.3 will be delivered as an automatic software update to all customers with a current license subscription shortly, and includes the following major new features:

  • Asset Management - The ability to maintain inventory, track device maintenance renewal dates, be alerted before contract expiry, and define custom properties about the devices managed by Restorepoint.
  • Password Policies - Set compliance standards for device passwords across your multi-vendor network & security devices and report whether devices adhere to your internal policy requirements.. Great for spotting factory defaults, too!
  • Faster user interface - The UI has been improved for scale and will support thousands of devices with speedy scrolling through devices, asset inventory, reports and logs.
  • SNMP Traps  - Besides logging events to an external syslog server, Restorepoint can also send SNMP traps to a Network Management Server.
  • Secondary network interface - The secondary NIC can be enabled and used to manage devices on a disjoint network, or in other scenarios where network traffic is restricted.
  • RADIUS Support - Restorepoint can use a RADIUS server to authenticate administrators.
  • Reporting - Restorepoint 3.3 delivers on the many requests for new report types and includes a much improved reporting engine and dashboard.

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