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Unitrends Enterprise Backup 7.4 , the latest tool from Unitrends, offers a software-only solution that offers physical and virtual protection. With it’s free licensing options, Unitrends Enterprise Backup 7.4 is a great tool for those who need protection but don’t want to spend a lot on backup and recovery. Check out this comprehensive list of everything that Unitrends Enterprise Backup 7.4 has to offer:
Backup designed for your assets, instead of the other way around – Support for over 100 versions of servers, storage, operating systems, hypervisors, and applications, including NAS, SAN, Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, AIX, Solaris, iSeries, SQL, Exchange, Oracle, VMware, and Hyper-V.
Flexible recovery strategies – This solution not only features both instant spin-up recovery and instant granular recovery, but similar and dissimilar physical and virtual bare metal allow you to perform P2P, V2P, P2V, and V2V recovery.
Flexible data protection strategies – Unitrends offers incremental forever with synthetics for VMware and Hyper-V (and some physical environments) as well as fully customizable configurations of backup strategies including full/full, full/differential, full/ incremental, and completely “create it yourself” strategies. Moreover, we offer both single and multiple server job scheduling.
VMware Certified Application Recovery (V-CAR) – Combining Unitrends appliances with ReliableDR 3.4, users can now orchestrate recovery processes directly from data backed up by Unitrends Enterprise Backup. Then, business rules are applied to certify the correct execution of business continuity and disaster recovery SLA compliance requirements.
Global deduplication and CBT – Unitrends offers compression and deduplication across multiple storage devices via our advanced storage virtualization and thin provisioning capabilities that are built in to our virtual appliances. To eliminate redundant data, CBT (Change Block Tracking) is supported on both Microsoft and VMware hypervisors.
Instant recovery – Failover virtualization enables instant recovery for VMware and Windows.
Near-continuous data protection – World class RPO (Recovery Point Objective) backups can be performed as often as every 60 seconds.
Archiving – Disk, tape (if the hypervisor supports it), NAS, and SAN rotational and fixed archiving of tertiary backups is built-in and works alone and with replication. New Parallel Archiving allows archiving of multiple backups at the same time, enabling multiple archive jobs to execute concurrently increasing performance by 50 – 200%.
Replication and disaster recovery – Single-tenant and multi-tenant replication is supported both in a private cloud as well as our public cloud Unitrends Cloud service.
Cisco UCS (Unified Computing System) Bare Metal Backup—certified by Cisco – The time it takes to recover Cisco UCS is drastically reduced by over 10 hours. Unitrends Enterprise Backup not only protects the physical and virtual machines running on the platform, but the configuration information as well.
Enhanced Deduplication for vSphere – This dramatically reduces backup and replication windows, along with network utilization, allowing for longer term retention on disk and increased scalability.
Windows Integrated Bare Metal Backup – Streamlined bare metal backup capabilities deliver a 2X reduction of backup data and significantly less job setup and management for recovering entire Windows systems.
Environmentally adaptive user interface – Unitrends technology supports scaling up and scaling out, and our environmentally adaptive user interface provides ease of use without sacrificing click minimization for experienced users.
As you can see, UEB 7.4 is a comprehensive backup and recovery tool that has a plethora of uses for any individual or small business. If you are interested in giving their service a try for yourself, You can download UEB Free Edition here.
Faith O’Neil is the Managing Editor here at Geek Insider. When she isn’t writing or keeping up with the latest tech news and trends, Faith enjoys MMO gaming with her husband, reading, and spending time with her kids. Follow me on twitter @FMOneil