Improvements needed for Dell NetWorker include enhancing the API side to address certain shortcomings and improve functionality. Dell's advertising strategy should be revised to encourage the use of NetWorker instead of discouraging it. A clear vision for the future of NetWorker is lacking, and support for tape libraries should be added. Additional features like cloud integration and ransomware protection are desired, with a more seamless and efficient Cyber Vault offering. Integration with contemporary storage solutions like Pure Storage is currently missing.
The recovery window should be faster, and the GUI could include rack recovery. The product needs to be more user-friendly, with better integration with Hyper-V and improved compatibility with Exchange backups. The implementation process should be simplified, and support for all brands and solutions should be provided. The management interface should be consolidated into a single interface for ease of use.
The interface needs to be centralized and made more user-friendly. The solution sometimes has issues with backup initiation and connection to Oracle servers. The appearance of the interface can be improved for a better user experience. Built-in support for Linux, UNIX BMR, container backups, and Kubernetes is necessary.
Technical support should be enhanced, and integration with the environment needs improvement. The web console should be improved, and documentation should be more comprehensive and up-to-date.
The front end of the solution lacks user-friendliness. Dell EMC NetWorker is not as mature as its competitors, with issues in error logging, reliability, and user-friendliness.
Pricing should be more competitive. I