The latest update to their Virtual Edition software will backup virtual infrastructures without the need to install backup software on either the host or guest machines.
Virtual Edition also employs ActiveImage’s vStandby technology to create and maintain standby virtual machines from backup images for instant switch-over in case of disaster.
Deduplication across VMs allows a choice between three levels of block-based deduplication to be applied across all virtual machines from the hypervisor. This reduces storage requirements by as much as 75 percent onsite, offsite or in the cloud.
ActiveImage’s Australian-based Asia Pacific VP, Richard Giddey, says that ActiveImage has also simplified licensing for virtual infrastructures.
A sysadmin using a traditional backup and disaster recovery application may have to purchase, install and manage multiple licenses, but with with ActiveImage a single license and single software instance covers all the virtual hosts and guests.
See how the new ActiveImage tech delivers easy backup and recovery management here.
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Vice resident Asia Pacific, ActiveImage.
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