Last week, we announced a new edition of vRanger called Standard Edition (SE). Version 5 of the vRanger product, introduces SE to offer simpler, more streamlined capabilities -- which are better focused on the exact backup and recovery requirements of SMB environments. This streamlined focus makes vRanger SE faster to trial, deploy and operate. Quest has introduced vRanger SE at a more affordable price, as well, to offer simpler, faster, more affordable backup and recovery for SMB environments.
vRanger Pro will continue to be offered, with all of the scalability features valued in larger-scale VMware environments. As a rule of thumb, Quest has suggested that 10 CPUs is about the limit for working with vRanger SE. Organizations with above 10 CPUs, are better suited to the capabilities offered in vRanger Pro. Also, should an organization with fewer than 10 CPUs prefer, that organization can certainly also purchase vRanger Pro rather than vRanger SE.
Here are some of the reasons that vRanger Pro offers simply better data protection for any VMware environment:
For a reminder of these "Top 10" reasons, see the attached "Top 10" sheet.