SQL HyperBac 5.0 has been released

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SQL HyperBac 5.0 has been released

Postby Ben Adderson » Thu Jul 22, 2010 11:40 am

Formerly available under the name of HyperBac for SQL Server from www.hyperbac.com, it is now available for download on www.red-gate.com in version 5.0 following the acquisition of HyperBac Technologies by Red Gate Software.

Changes in the 5.0 release:

- New Support documentation, available on www.red-gate.com/supportcenter

- New name, logo and visual identity

Find out more or contact us:

Read more about SQL HyperBac 5.0 and its key features.

Report any issues and raise questions on the support forum or email us: support@red-gate.com. We will be very happy to help.

HyperBac for SQL Server customers using version 4.x and earlier

If you own a license of HyperBac for SQL Server on an earlier version than the new 5.0 release, you can download the latest version by logging in to your customer account on www.hyperbac.com or by downloading a trial from www.red-gate.com/sqlhyperbac and activating the license. Please note that HyperBac for SQL Server customers using version 4.xx and earlier will need to contact Red Gate for a new serial key to activate a version 5 license. This is due to licensing changes made in the new build.

For a new serial key, please contact us:

By phone
US toll free: 1 866 997 0380
or: +44 (0)1223 437 907

By email
dba.info@red-gate.com or support@red-gate.com


Please note that this is a major driver upgrade, so existing HyperBac for SQL Server customers will need to perform a reboot to complete the upgrade.

SQL HyperBac 5.0 is fully compatible with backup files created by earlier versions of HyperBac for SQL Server. For more information about file compatibility between different versions of the software, please see Support.

If you’re an existing HyperBac for SQL Server customer without a Support and Upgrades agreement and would like to upgrade to this new 5.0 release, please email dba.info@hyperbac.com for help and further information.
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