When starting a brand new week, with new challenges and goals, there is nothing better than opening your email, clearing out the spam (and I get ‘a lot’) and finding a really nice positive message from a client.
This morning was one of those days.
The Universal Driver (UD) 5.x was originally only planned for release with OpenInsight 10, but because of customer needs Revelation decided to roll it back to support OpenInsight 9.4 and we now have customers upgrading their sites for the brand new reconnect (failover) and Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) capabilities.
Last week, I supplied a key for Aaron to upgrade one of Sprezzatura’s clients who are upgrading their UD 4.x licenses and their UDH 4.x to the UD 220.127.116.11 for VSS and failover. On checking my email this morning I found the following email, the client’s name has been removed for confidentiality reasons.
“Just to let you guys know, Company is installing the UD5 on their main servers and we’re just in the middle of basic testing now. Initial impressions from Company are:
- With encryption, it seems faster than the UD Heavy.
- They dropped server connection for 10 seconds and it stayed connected.
- They like the look of the new UD manager over the old one.
All in all, everyone there seems really impressed with it so far. Good job guys.”
Like I said, it is always nice to come into the office and receive nice positive statements from clients (end users) who are feeling the benefits of what Revelation do.