— With the latest release of its Bvckup 2 software Pipemetrics addresses the need for professional backup software capable of handling enterprise-scale tasks.
The high engineering standards of Bvckup 2 Windows-based backup software has enabled it to quickly establish a foothold within IT circles. Pipemetrics has reacted to this gain by aligning its development roadmap to better support the backup scenarios specific to enterprise use.
"We are seeing rapidly growing interest in our product in professional IT circles and it's an incredible thing to have, because you'd be hard-pressed to find a more discerning user than a seasoned system administrator." explained Alexandre Pankratov, founder of Pipemetrics. "If we can keep these users happy, we know the product is on the right track."
Multi-million item and multi-terabyte capability
Under the hood, Bvckup 2 Release 74 sports a revised high-performance backup engine capable of collecting and digesting massive amounts of data without straining the host system. Coupled with the existing benefits of the formal backup planning module, this change enables Bvckup 2 to handle backup tasks of virtually unlimited size and complexity.
Additional technical details are available on the company's development blog
Bvckup 2 Release 74 is available now. Licenses start at $39.95 for professional and $19.95 for home use. A free fully-functional trial allows anybody to experience this precision crafted software that is as functional as it is a pleasure to use.
(pronounced "Backup 2") is a mirroring data backup software for Windows. Select a pair of directories and the app will make sure that one stays an exact copy of the other. It is light, uncomplicated and includes a comprehensive array of supporting features. It is also incredibly fast.
is a Swiss company founded by Alexandre Pankratov, formerly of the Hamachi VPN project, acquired by LogMeIn after growing to 3 million users in 18 months. The company draws extensively from his experience combining advanced engineering and interface design to produce simpler software for complex tasks.
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and the development blog
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