With the introduction of DPX 4.7, Catalogic Software is offering a free Hyper-V agentless backup to new customers. The new free license covers up to 25 virtual machines and up to 5tb of backup storage use. This is a list cost value of $12,500 that we now make available to help small...
Open VM environments can be backed up to Azure using vProtect. Try our Hyper-V and VMware backup for free for up to 25 VMs and 5 TBs of storage.
- DPX provides easy and rapid recovery of applications including Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SharePoint, and Microsof SQL, without needing to restore an entire database or volume. DPX provides recovery locally or remotely to support disaster recovery scenarios. Replication via DPX vStor llows you to efficiently move data off-site.
- Enterprise block and file-level backup and recovery functionality, including instant availability mapping, and instant file virtualization capabilities. DPX also supports Microsoft as proxy servers for VMware agentless backup and as device servers.
- VProtect provides backup and data encryption to Microsoft Azure. Standalone deployments are also possible. vProtect can back up to any file system connected to the Proxy VM. In addition, data can be exported to Microsoft Azure.
- VProtect provides data protection for virtual machines in Microsoft Hyper-V environments. By installing Hyper-V agents, vProtect can perform both full and incremental of VMs in Hyper-V 2016+ hypervisor and store the backup data in a wide range of different backup destinations including a local file system, Microsoft Azure, and many others. Specific features include snapshot management.
Contact us today to discuss how DPX and vProtect, our smart data protection solutions, will 1) reduce your data protection costs, 2) protect your backups from ransomware, and 3) fill gaps in your enterprise and cloud-native data protection strategy.
Catalogic DPX: Dashboard Reporting with Microsoft Power BI
Want to learn more?
Get in contact with us and we can quickly provide product demonstrations, pricing, and a free proof of concept.