Back-up and replication for virtual servers. Powerful, easy-to-use and affordable
Image-based back-up and recovery
Image-based back-up enables faster and more reliable VM recovery, while Instant File-Level Recovery can quickly recover an individual file directly from an image-based back-up regardless of operating system or file system.
On-line back-up and replication
Back-up all of your VMs as often as you like and replicate them on site for high availability or off site for disaster recovery; fail-over and fail-back included for near-continuous data protection (near-CDP) for any virtualised application.
U-AIR® Universal Application-Item Recovery
Recover individual objects from any virtualized application, on any OS
Back-up and Replication for Physical Servers
We will replicate your systems, storage and the installed software onto an on-premises appliance and into one of our cloud data centers. In case of an outage, we can restart your DR server in our cloud so you can continue providing IT services to your internal and external users until you can safely fail back. In addition, we will provide you with a local SAN storage devise, where we will take a local back-up of your data before its replicated to your Cloud DR Server. We’ve found that IT managers find this feature particularly useful for day to day data lose enquiries from users. Providing you with a 2 in 1 service.
Whether you need to recover a single file, a database, or an entire server – it is as easy as a push-of-a-button.
- Sector-level back-up images of your Windows server disk drives.
- A sector-level back-up image is a point-in-time representation of your disk drive and therefore includes not just data but also the operating system, applications, services, and configuration settings.
- Because the back-up image contains everything on your server when you need to recover your data you can do so in minutes rather than hours or days.
- Recovering data such as files and folders
- Performing bare metal recovery after a server failure
- Restoring to the same hardware after a system error causes a server crash
- Migrating to new hardware or virtual environment
- Verifies the quality of your back-up images