"It is almost perfect for Microsoft products. It is not a very powerful tool, but it is okay for small sites and small businesses with Microsoft products. It is easy to use for backup and restore. It is good for backing up Microsoft servers such as Exchange and SharePoint servers."
"It has an application backup, a file backup, a system backup and a hypervisor."
"The most valuable feature is that DPM has an index so individual files can be searched."
"The initial setup is quite straightforward."
"The automated procedure is quite good for us, as it is able to capture all of the information that we require."
"The solution backs up Microsoft workloads as well as anything on the market."
"The most important feature is that it's easy to use."
"The most valuable feature is the ability to pick up individual files."
"It's simple to use."
"The initial setup and deployment are easy. It's straightforward."
"I like the incremental backups and their failover."
"Additional Hyper-V knowledge would be great."
"It needs portability for other vendors. It is good for backing up Microsoft servers, but it doesn't support third-party solutions such as Oracle Database. It depends on Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy, especially for Hyper-V, which has a lot of problems. They should enhance the Volume Shadow Copy functionality. Its reporting should also be better. Reporting is too weak in DPM."
"You have only a few settings and if you change them for some special configurations, it's very difficult."
"The user interface can be improved quite a bit."
"There is a very poor online user community in terms of people blogging about their experiences with DPM."
"Compatibility and integration with other products needs improvement."
"Management reporting could be improved."
"There isn't much to improve. They just need to follow the trend or the development of other Linux products. Follow in terms of making the product compatible with new versions of Linux. They just need to include as many versions for Linux as possible."
"The solution is pretty stable right now, however, we believe that the solution could be made to be even more stable."
"They could be more customer-friendly."
"The integration needs improvement."
Veeam Agent for Linux is a simple backup agent that’s designed to ensure the Availability of your Linux installations, both on‑premises and in the public cloud. Veeam Agent for Linux’s built‑in integration with Veeam Backup & Replication allows you to leverage your Veeam backup repositories and get your on‑premises backups off site.
Microsoft DPM is ranked 25th in Backup and Recovery Software with 7 reviews while Veeam Agent for Linux is ranked 35th in Backup and Recovery Software with 4 reviews. Microsoft DPM is rated 6.8, while Veeam Agent for Linux is rated 9.0. The top reviewer of Microsoft DPM writes "Good recovery functionality, however lacks an online community and is not a turn-key solution". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Veeam Agent for Linux writes "Easy to deploy and user-friendly with good technical support and ". Microsoft DPM is most compared with Veeam Backup & Replication, Rubrik, Commvault, Veritas Backup Exec and Azure Backup, whereas Veeam Agent for Linux is most compared with Rubrik, Altaro VM Backup, Cohesity DataProtect, Veeam Backup & Replication and IBM Spectrum Protect. See our Microsoft DPM vs. Veeam Agent for Linux report.
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