Carbonite Expands its DRS Portfolio with the Introduction of New Appliances
FREMONT, CA: In a move to address market demand for influential and reasonable disaster recovery (DR) solutions, Carbonite, provider of online backup, cloud and hybrid server backup to small and midsize businesses (SMBs), has enhanced its portfolio of both hardware and software DRS.
The enhanced solution features server image backup to protect a server’s operating system, settings, applications and files to enable bare metal recovery even to dissimilar hardware. In addition, it includes five new backup appliances varying in size from four to eight terabytes and a latest version of Carbonite Server Backup- Carbonite Server Advanced.
Designed to offer SMBs the ability to maintain their operations and avoid downtime in a reasonable and less complicated manner, Carbonite covers almost all types of disaster. It delivers a whole host of solutions, consisting on-site and cloud integration. It also gives granular database backup or databases, like SQL and Exchange.
Apart from all these, Carbonite Server Advanced offers local and cloud options, which sets separate retention policies for local and cloud backups with hybrid technology that allows users to optimize storage consumption and recovery time; optimized Recovery Point Objectives (RPOs) by tailoring backup schedules and maintenance; and flexible planning.
However, Carbonite Backup Appliances delivers all-in-one hybrid backup, enhanced management capabilities and full lineup for SMBs.
“Small businesses need to restore their data quickly as possible, without a lot of manual process or complexity. Carbonite’s disaster recovery solutions provide bare metal recovery that will quickly restore a server to its original state, even to dissimilar hardware. With options that include granular database backup, separate local and cloud retention policies, and control over scheduling, we’re providing small businesses with a complete solution that ensures their critical data is safe from disaster, security threats and human error,” quotes David Raissipour, SVP of Engineering, Carbonite.
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