SEP sesam v4.4 continues to bring additional features and functionality to the backup industry

Boulder, CO – January 21, 2015 – SEP Software Corp., a leader in backup and disaster recovery software, has announced agentless single file restore functionality for NSS volumes on VMware.  This new feature adds to SEP’s existing support for VMware and provides a valuable component for both existing and future enterprise customers.

SEP’s flagship backup and disaster recovery solution, SEP sesam, offers a single backup and disaster recovery solution for multi-OS environments of any size, including physical and virtual servers. This new functionality for VMware directly communicates with the VMware API and boasts many expanded capabilities including instant VM recovery and change block tracking for full or incremental backups.

“We are excited to present this set of features to the backup marketplace,” stated Richard Yager, Marketing Director for SEP Software Corp.  “This offering demonstrates our plan to streamline VMware backups and give our customers the latest technology available.  Combined with the newest release of our software, SEP sesam v4.4, we are able to offer an enhanced GUI and further customization options to give users even more control of their daily backups,” concluded Yager.

Additionally, Instant VM Recovery for VMware, another new feature released in SEP sesam v4.4, essentially eliminates downtime and provides a higher level of business continuity than previously available. Users are able to instantly restart virtual machines without having to wait for restores.

SEP’s agentless technology for VMware, Hyper-V, and Citrix automatically displays the virtual hosts/guests in the GUI, simplifying planning, management, and execution of the automated backup processes.  Using SEP’s interface in conjunction with Multi-Streaming Technology has enabled SEP to provide the fastest VMware backups in the industry.

SEP sesam v4.4 is available now at  To schedule a demo with SEP engineers and see the product works in your own environment, email