Zmanda's ZRM for MySQL reportedly features: Zmanda Management Console, a set of web-based tools that enables DBAs to control backup and recovery across all MySQL servers; point-in-time recovery; MySQL storage engine optimization; local and remote configuration support; as well as visual log explorer.
In addition, the latest release of ZRM for MySQL, version 2.
The new version of ZRM includes a range of updates and additions to deliver added simplicity, security, flexibility and support: Simplicity - Zmanda's new comprehensive Management Console for ZRM lets MySQL DBAs graphically explore MySQL database servers and choose which database and/or tables to back up.
Security - ZRM allows DBAs to delegate responsibility and set specific privileges of MySQL databases within their database network.
Zmanda's ZRM with the new management console can make backing up MySQL data much easier, giving DBAs the peace of mind that their MySQL data is protected, even in demanding production environments.
With ZRM, MySQL DBAs can also realize the cost and scalability benefits of storing backup archives of MySQL databases on highly-available and elastic storage clouds.
ZRM includes unique, enterprise-grade features such as MySQL storage engine and snapshot intelligence, visual log analyzer, replication support, integration of backup operations with MySQL binary logs, and the Zmanda Management Console -- a powerful Web-based graphical user interface that lets DBAs control backup and recovery across all MySQL servers from any browser-enabled device.
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ZRM for MySQL is a mission-critical backup solution designed specifically for MySQL databases.
ZRM Windows Edition - a Windows-based MySQL backup and recovery edition to compliment the traditional mixed-platform edition for 100 percent Windows environments;
Backup support for MySQL-Based Applications - making ZRM a backup solution for the complete LAMP stack;