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Published on Feb 18, 2013

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Index Engines' Octane Catalog Engine provides a cost and time effective engine that simplifies conversion and consolidation to a new backup platform while maintaining access to legacy tapes without restoring the original environment. This plug and play appliance transparently integrates as a conduit into the existing legacy catalog. That legacy backup catalog is ingested from the legacy Media Server and managed moving forward with the Octane platform. It is designed with large-scale enterprise conversions and immediate access in mind.

The Octane Catalog Engine manages the legacy catalog and delivers a search view into the tape contents allowing individual files and email to be found and extracted without the original backup software, enabling the retirement of IBM Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) and Symantec NetBackup legacy applications and provides immediate transition to a new backup vendor solution.

When specific user files or emails are required from legacy tapes to support file restoration, eDiscovery, legal and compliance requests, the Octane Catalog Engine provides detailed insight to the catalogs metadata fields, (e.g. file name, path, file type..) for specific files and email databases. Once the relevant data is located and the tape and the backup set identified, the Octane Catalog Engine will process the backup set, allowing for the file and email contents to be searched and accessed. Individual files and email can then be extracted from tape as necessary. No restoration using the original backup software is required.

For more information contact Index Engines at www.indexengines.com

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