CATALOGIC + PROMOX
Proxmox Virtual Environment(VE) is an open-source server management platform for your enterprise virtualization. It tightly integrates KVM hypervisor and LXC, software-defined storage, and networking functionality on a single platform. vProtect integrates with Proxmox VE to enable agentless VM protection.
How it works
vProtect is an enterprise backup solution for Open VM environments such as RedHat Virtualization, Nutanix Acropolis, Proxmox, Citrix XenServer, OpenStack, KVM etc. vProtect can operate standalone or integrate with your existing backup software.
- vProtect is an enterprise backup solution for Open VM environments, including Proxmox. vProtect enables VM-level protection and can function as a standalone solution or integrate with enterprise backup software. vProtect provides a wide range of capabilities and makes use of advanced virtualization platform features.
- vProtect supports Proxmox VMs by leveraging export storage domain and can be configured to backup directly to your target storage without needing any staging space.
- vProtect introduced the first on the market incremental backup for Proxmox VE and Changed Block Tracking (CBT) backup strategy for oVirt and Red Hat Virtualization.
- Proxmox VE – a new backup strategy for Proxmox VE (includes incremental backups, FS freeze, and option to share backups over iSCSI)
vProtect Modernized Backup for Virtual Environments
vProtect is an enterprise backup solution for Open VM environments and containers, including Nutanix Acropolis, Citrix Hypervisor (XenServer), Red Hat Virtualization (RHEV), oVirt, KVM, Proxmox, Kubernetes, Amazon EC2 and more. vProtect enables VM-level protection and can function as a standalone solution or integrate with enterprise backup software such as IBM Spectrum Protect, Veritas NetBackup, Dell-EMC Networker and Catalogic vStor.Read More
VPROTECT – AGENTLESS BACKUPS FOR OPEN & EMERGING VIRTUALIZATION PLATFORMS
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