Altaro Hyper-V & VMWare Backup
Altaro Backup is a full-featured and easy to use VM backup solution for Hyper-V and VMware, giving you all you need at unbeatable value, backed by outstanding support. With a new intuitive user interface and built to scale, it’s even easier to use to manage a larger number of hosts and VMs.
Altaro Backup offers you most of the features found in competing offers aimed at enterprise-level users at a fraction of the price. VMware software backup has the ability to setup some automation for performing sandbox testing of your backup. A few of its capabilities at a glance:
Offsite Backup Replicationto an offsite location for disaster recovery protection, either to your own offsite storage through your internet connection or by enabling drive swap rotation on selected drives
Instant Exchange Item-Level Restore Browse through your Exchange VM backup’s file system and restore individual emails (or any other Exchange items) instantly
Instant File Level Restore Also retrieve individual files directly from your VM backups with a few clicks
Back up Hyper-V Cluster Shared Volumes (CSV) great for larger environments
Remote Management Console Easily manage all VM backup/restore jobs across your Hyper-V hosts from a central console
Back up Live VMs with Zero downtime by leveraging Microsoft’s Hyper-V VSS Writer
Compression & EncryptionCompress VM backups and use military grade AES encryption to reduce backup storage significantly and secure VM backups
Linux, MS Exchange & MS SQL VM backups supported
ReverseDelta™ and OnePass Restore™for FAST backup/restore performance
Sandbox restore test
Why pay 2-3x the price of similar solutions or depend on unreliable DIY tools? Download your copy of Altaro Hyper-V backup nowand enjoy unlimited functionality for 30 days. After your 30-day trial expires, you can continue using the product for up to 2 VMs for free, forever – No catch.
For more information on features and pricing, please visit http://www.altaro.com/hyper-v-backup/
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