Disaster Recovery Software

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NAKIVO Backup & Replication

NAKIVO Backup & Replication now also supports Proxmox VE, alongside VMware, Hyper-V, Nutanix AHV, and AWS EC2. It offers replication, failover, cloud backup, backup copy, size reduction, screenshot verification, and site recovery.

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NinjaOne

NinjaOne (formerly NinjaRMM) is a security-oriented remote monitoring and management platform. It allows for manual customization as well as scripting and automation.

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Veeam Data Platform

Veeam’s® premier product, Veeam Backup & Replication™, delivers availability for all cloud, virtual, Kubernetes and physical workloads. Through a management console, the software provides backup, archival, recovery and replication capabilities.

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Axcient x360Recover

Axcient x360Recover (formerly BRC) can not only recover a single server or desktop, but can automate the recovery of an entire customer site through its Virtual Office and automated Runbook features. In a disaster event, authorized users can log into the web application or Remote…

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Rubrik

Rubrik is cloud data management and enterprise backup software provided by Palo Alto-based Rubrik, Inc. It is a software platform that provides backup, instant recovery, archival, search, analytics, compliance, and copy data management in one secure fabric across data centers and…

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Veeam Data Platform

Veeam’s® premier product, Veeam Backup & Replication™, delivers availability for all cloud, virtual, Kubernetes and physical workloads. Through a management console, the software provides backup, archival, recovery and replication capabilities.

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Unitrends

The Unitrends Recovery Series Backup Appliances are hardware developed for data backup and management. They cover enterprise backup, ransomware detection, recovery assurance, proactive monitoring, and cloud continuity into a single platform for organizations of all sizes.

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NAKIVO Backup & Replication

NAKIVO Backup & Replication now also supports Proxmox VE, alongside VMware, Hyper-V, Nutanix AHV, and AWS EC2. It offers replication, failover, cloud backup, backup copy, size reduction, screenshot verification, and site recovery.

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Rubrik

Rubrik is cloud data management and enterprise backup software provided by Palo Alto-based Rubrik, Inc. It is a software platform that provides backup, instant recovery, archival, search, analytics, compliance, and copy data management in one secure fabric across data centers and…

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Veeam Backup for AWS

Veeam® delivers native, automated AWS backup and disaster recovery to protect and manage Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS, Amazon EFS and Amazon VPC data. Veeam states it is built with simplicity, scalability, savings and security in mind, so users can eliminate the risk of data loss for AWS…

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Commvault Cloud powered by Metallic AI

Commvault® Cloud is a cyber resilience platform built to meet the demands of hybrid enterprises. It delivers data security and recovery in the cloud, powered by advanced AI, to help organizations see, manage, and recover data wherever it lives.

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Cohesity

Cohesity is a leader in AI-powered data security and management. Cohesity protects the world’s most critical data workloads across on-prem, cloud-native, and SaaS with backup and recovery, threat intelligence, cyber vaulting, files and objects, and recovery orchestration.

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BDRSuite

Vembu BDR Suite is a universal backup solution catering to the backup, recovery, and disaster recovery needs of diverse IT environments. It is also optimized for service providers who deliver BaaS and DRaaS to their customers.

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Zerto

Zerto, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, aims to enable customers to run an always-on business by simplifying the protection, recovery, and mobility of on-premises and cloud applications. Zerto’s cloud data management and protection platform is designed to eliminate the risks…

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Axcient x360Recover

Axcient x360Recover (formerly BRC) can not only recover a single server or desktop, but can automate the recovery of an entire customer site through its Virtual Office and automated Runbook features. In a disaster event, authorized users can log into the web application or Remote…

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Keepit

The Keepit platform, from the company of the same name in Copenhagen, is a solution that protects cloud data, boasting simple deployment and restore options that enable users to recover historic data. The Keepit platform supports any Cloud Workload and offers full retention on the…

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Veeam Backup for Azure

Veeam® Backup for Azure delivers native, policy-based protection for reliable recovery from accidental deletion, ransomware and other data loss scenarios. With an API-first approach, immutable backups and full- and file-level restores ensure resilient protection that’s easy and cost-…

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NinjaOne

NinjaOne (formerly NinjaRMM) is a security-oriented remote monitoring and management platform. It allows for manual customization as well as scripting and automation.

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Carbonite Server

Carbonite Server (also replacing the former EVault products acquired from Seagate in 2016) is a full backup and discovery solution. Designed to recover anything from a single file to an entire system with the click of a button, Carbonite Server users can protect virtually any type…

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Datto SIRIS

Datto SIRIS is a BCDR solution built for MSPs to prevent data loss and minimize downtime. Utilizing a cloud-first approach, MSPs can offer their clients local backup and recovery with a cloud-based repository and full disaster recovery in the cloud. All of this administered from…

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Druva Phoenix (UNPUBLISHED)

As businesses adopt a cloud-first strategy, reducing on-premises infrastructure and moving IT and business applications to the cloud, the limitations and costs of traditional data protection and disaster recovery become more apparent. Druva Phoenix™ provides a cloud-native approach…

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Webroot Endpoint Protection

Webroot Endpoint Protection is the OpenText company's business class multi-vector endpoint protection application, providing centralized endpoint management, deep learning intelligence, and advanced behavioral analytics. For SMBs, Webroot Smarter Cybersecurity solutions were designed…

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Cove Data Protection

Cove Data Protection (formerly N-Able Backup) is designed to cover servers, datacenters, applications, and workstations, and is provided to ensure business continuity and at-a-glance assessment and fast issue resolution via customizable dashboard.

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Hornetsecurity VM Backup

Hornetsecurity VM Backup (formerly Altaro) is a backup and replication solution for Hyper-V and VMware virtual machines. VM Backup can manage large infrastructures, with the revamped backup repository providing long-term storage and more efficient use of disk space.

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Carbonite Availability

Carbonite acquired Double-Take, a data replication and disaster recovery option, in early 2017. The technology now powers Carbonite Availability, the now Carbonite supported high availability and data replication product.

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Zerto on IBM Cloud

Zerto on IBM Cloud protects, expands, and migrates existing VMware vSphere and other hypervisor workloads onto IBM Cloud, in order to provide a secure, flexible, and scalable disaster recovery solution. These single-tenant environments are deployed on IBM Cloud's data centers around…

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VMware Site Recovery Manager

VMware's Site Recovery Manager (VMware SRM) is a disaster recovery option, used to automate orchestration of failover and failback to minimize downtime and improve availability with VMware Site Recovery Manager.

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Arcserve ShadowProtect

ShadowProtect, from Arcserve company StorageCraft (merged in March of 2021), supports business continuity with data backup and system protection; the vendor boasts fast system restore capabilities relative to other similar solutions.

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Paragon Hard Disk Manager

Paragon Software headquartered in Irvine offers Paragon Hard Disk Manager, a storage management solution for physical and virtual drives, and disaster recovery framework solution for businesses of all sizes.

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IBM Storage Protect Plus

IBM Storage Protect Plus (formerly IBM Spectrum Protect Plus) provides data recovery for virtual environments and databases.

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What is Disaster Recovery?
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Disaster Recovery is the plan and processes for quickly reestablishing access to data, applications, and IT resources after an outage. This video is an introductory look at the category, and how it may apply to your enterprise.

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What is Disaster Recovery Software?

Disaster Recovery Software is designed to provide business continuity and recovery following natural or man-made disasters and outages. The ultimate goal is to recover and restore data and applications in physical or virtual environments to their pre-disaster, functional state with minimal time and hassle.

Disaster Recovery vs. Backup Software

This is different to backup software, which only really ensures that data is replicated and stored somewhere so that it can be restored if data is lost or corrupted. Disaster recovery is about more than just data backup. Instead, it’s about re-installing software and data on new machines and then configuring them with the appropriate settings and preferences.

Disaster recovery has become a little easier with the widespread use of virtual servers for daily operations. Virtual infrastructures are much easier to replicate across than more traditional data center architectures.

Data Center Replication

Data center replication is the main concept behind disaster recovery. There are three main types of data center replication.

  • Hot Site: A hot site is a mirror of the data center infrastructure. The hot site has servers and infrastructure, which run, concurrently with the data center, syncing with it to provide complete redundancy.
  • Cold Site: A cold site is just datacenter space with no servers or equipment set up. In order to be operational, extensive engineering and IT assistance is required to install servers and other equipment and migrated data and software.
  • Warm Site: A warm site is somewhere between the two. It will have pre-installed servers ready for installation of production environments, but that work must be done before the site is operational.

Metrics

Two important metrics determining what kind of data replication to choose are:

  • RTO – Recovery time objective. The target time between the moment of the disaster and the point at which users can work again.
  • RPO – Recovery point objective. This is the age of files that must be recovered from backup storage for normal operations and business continuity.

Pricing Information

There are a variety of pricing models in this domain, including charging by each GB of storage used, an average per user cost, or a per device model. Typical pricing ranges from $10 per instance, per month, up to several times that for larger-scale enterprise products.

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