Most of us know what Data Protection Manager (DPM) can natively protect such as Windows OS starting from Servers 2003 through 2012 including files and critical server components such as system state. I often see folks confused on how to backup Microsoft and third party application using DPM, in this article I will enumerate the application that DPM supports natively and list other resources on how to back up the most common used applications and where to get information on how to backup them up properly, read on …
Application that can be protected natively
- Exchange Server 2013 (only on System Center 2012 Service Pack 1 (SP1)
- Exchange Server 2010.
- Exchange Server 2007
- SQL Server 2012
- SQL Server 2008 R2
- SQL Server 2008
- SharePoint Server 2013 (only on System Center 2012 Service Pack 1 (SP1) System Center 2012 – Data Protection Manager (DPM))
- SharePoint Server 2010
- Windows SharePoint Server 3.0
- Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
- Windows Server 2012 (only on SP1)
- Windows Server 2008 R2
- Windows Server 2008
- System Center 2012 Service Pack 1 (SP1) Data Protection Manager (DPM) (only on SP1).
- System Center 2012 System Center 2012 – Data Protection Manager (DPM)
Applications that can be protected with DPM that it does not protect natively:
System Center Operations Manager
System Center Configuration Manager
System Center Virtual Machine Manager
Team Foundation Server
QuickBooks Enterprise with DPM
Steve Buchanan wrote this blog on how to protect WordPress using System center orchestrator you can use Orchestrator with DPM to protect your worldpress blog, after the Download WordPress Zip , you need to call a DPM activity “Create recovery Point” that backup the download location.