Empirius BlueCopy 10.3 contains new features and functions, for example e-mail alerting. This includes notifications when an error, checkpoint or breakpoint occurs, when user action is required, or simply after completing a successful job. There’s now also the option to exclude individual users and user classes, either right at the beginning of the copy or only after the restore.
Although 10.2.5 already contained BDLS optimization, the features have been finetuned, yielding performance and monitoring improvements. Matrix reports (a summary of all BDLS conversions of a client in a BDLS matrix) and job parallelization are now possible.
There’s also a new add-on called QueueDiff, which automatically determines missing transports and the transport delta.