Now Available in Bocada 20.1.3

The Bocada Team | March 17, 2020

The following features and enhancements are now available with the release of Bocada 20.1.3:

New Features

AWS Redshift Snapshot Reporting

Expanded reporting for AWS manual and automated snapshot protection to include Amazon Redshift data warehouse and storage utilization Redshift snapshots.

NetApp Storage

Expanded NetApp storage reporting, providing visibility into aggregated and replicated volumes as well as insight into data trends, storage utilization, and storage alerting.


UX Improvement: Streamlined Action Row

Continued to improve user experience by creating a new ‘Action Row’ at the top of reports. Previously, user actions were placed in a panel at the far right of the screen. The commands have been grouped together and conveniently placed closer to the report itself, an update made across over 40 reports. Bocada will continue to roll out this improvement across more reports in subsequent releases.

Old Behavior

Bocada Backup Reporting Software

Modern Behavior

Backup As A Service BaaS Reporting Software

RPO Data Points

Added a time since last successful backup data point to the Job Activity, Byte Variance, and Backup Failures reports, providing the time since the last available recovery point.

Microsoft SQL Server Backup

Added reporting of backups configured and performed natively by Microsoft SQL Server, specifically SQL Server 2005.

Executive Summary

Added criteria options to include or exclude backup levels (e.g. Full, Incremental, Replication, Restore) allowing for detailed specification of success rates across different categories of backups.

Streamlined Criteria Builder

Continued to improve user experience by rolling out the new criteria builder across 15 additional reports.

Veeam v10 Support

Added support for reporting against Veeam version 10 Backup & Recovery servers.

Microsoft Windows/SQL Server 2019

Added official support for running the Bocada system on Microsoft Windows Server 2019 and Microsoft SQL Server 2019.