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OpenView Storage Data Protector 5.5 vs. Legato Networker

OpenView Storage Data Protector 5.5 vs. Legato Networker

OpenView Storage Data Protector 5.5 vs. Legato Networker

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Please let me know your opinion on the best data protection solution.

This would be in an enterprise enviroment with 200-300 systems with (but not limited to) the following OSes (varying versions across diverse hardware)

AIX
Digital UNIX
HPUX
IRIX
Mandrake
Red Hat
Solaris
Tru64

Prolly a few more that I dont know about.

If this would change anything due to some intergration advantage, we use OpenView NNM and Operations for UNIX for system monitoring and network managment.

Please let me know your thoughts. I know that its said that 100% of fortune 50 companies use OV DP5.

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