Granularly backup business-critical data across File Servers, Application Servers, and Endpoints
- Backup files/folders of Windows, Linux, Mac, NAS
- Backup MS apps – Exchange, SQL, Sharepoint & Outlook, MySQL
- Continuous data protection with incremental backups
- Retain files that you need along with its versions, spanning years
- Inbuilt Encryption & Compression
Backup File Servers at $6/server/month,Workstations at $1.5/workstation/month and an Application at $6/application/month
- Microsoft Windows 7 & above
- Microsoft Windows Server 2008 & above
- Microsoft Windows SBS 2003, 2008 & 2011
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 & later
- SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP3
- Debian Linux 5.0 and later
- CentOS 5.2 and later
- Fedora 11 and later
- Ubuntu 10.04 and later
- Mac 10.5.x (Leopard)
- Mac 10.6.x (Snow Leopard)
- Mac 10.7 (Lion) for Intel PCs & above
- MS Exchange Server 2003 & above
- MS Exchange Server DAG 2010 & above
- MS SQL Server 2000 & above
- MS SharePoint Server 2003 & above
- MS Outlook 2017 & above
- MySQL 5.0 & above
How does Vembu Backup for File & Application work?
Vembu offers continuous data protection for the file backup and uses the R-SYNC algorithm to backup only the changed blocks after the initial full backup.
The files deleted after the full backup will be monitored by the Automatic Directory Monitoring (ADM) Service of the Microsoft Windows.
If the ADM service is not enabled or not available (i.e. for Linux and Mac machines), then the changes are monitored using the checksum created during the full backup, and the changes are tracked using the R-SYNC algorithm.
For Application backup, Vembu uses the APIs of Microsoft and concerned application tools to track the changes along with the ADM. Vembu ensures near-continuous data protection at every 15 mins of interval for applications of Microsoft and MySQL.
Key Features of Vembu Backup for File & Application
Registry Backup – Using the Volume Shadow-copy Service of Microsoft, Vembu supports backup of Windows Registry settings including the user profiles.
System State Backup – Backup critical system related components including Boot files, COM+ Class Registration database, SYSVOL directory, etc.
MS SQL Backup – Backup your MS SQL server databases and restore the required databases by specifying the recovery state.
MS SharePoint Backup – Backup the site collections from your local machine in MS SharePoint by configuring an incremental backup schedule.
MySQL Backup – Perform incremental backups of your MySQL databases using utility tools to dump the data locally before transferring to backup storage.
Backup Network Drives – Map the network drive and backup the files and folders in that drive.
Incremental Backup – After the initial full backup, only the changes made to the files, folders, and applications are configured for backup.
Interruption-free backup – Vembu BDR Suite intelligently picks-up the backup exactly from where it left off at times of interruptions so you don’t have to start all over again.
Deleted File Retention – Retain any number of deleted files/folders based on its version count or the number of versions created within a time frame.
In-built Encryption – The backup data is compressed and encrypted using the AES-256 bit algorithm to protect the data at flight and at rest.
Compression & Deduplication – The backup data is compressed and deduplicated by the patented file system of Vembu- VembuHive.
Disaster Recovery – If the client machine crashes due to unexpected system failure, rebuild the client with the backup jobs in the same or different machine.
Application-Item level Restore – Recover application items from the backup of MS Applications- Exchange, Sharepoint, SQL, Outlook, and My SQL Servers.
Restore at Server – Instantly restore the selected files/folders to the backup server from the BDR Backup Server console.
Bandwidth Throttling for Backups – Throttle the speed of the backup data transfer for a selected time-frame, to reduce the network traffic during peak time.
Seed Backup – Transfer the full backup data to the remote backup server through any secondary medium such as an external hard drive or a flash drive.