BDR Backup Server

BDR Backup Server

  • Windows Server 2019 Datacenter
  • Windows Server 2019 Standard
  • Windows Server 2019 Essential
  • Windows Server 2016 Datacenter
  • Windows Server 2016 Standard
  • Windows Server 2016 Essential
  • Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter
  • Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard
  • Windows Server 2012 R2 Essential
  • Windows Server 2012 Datacenter
  • Windows Server 2012 Standard
  • Windows Server 2012 Essential
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise
  • Windows 10 Enterprise
  • Windows 10 Pro
  • Ubuntu LTS 18.04
  • Ubuntu LTS 16.04
  • Ubuntu LTS 14.04
RAM 8 GB (Minimum) and 16 GB (Recommended) 

4 cores or 4 vCPUs (Minimum) and 8 cores or 8 vCPUs (Recommended)

64-bit Architecture

Network  1 Gbps & above. While replicating the on-site copy over WAN, 1 Mbps & above 

Internet Explorer 11 & above

Mozilla Firefox 53 & above

Google Chrome 68 & above

  • The performance of the VMware and Hyper-V backups depends on the RAM & CPU availability of the BDR Backup Server.

Normally, 4 GB RAM will be utilized to run the BDR Backup Server and database services.

  • If only one backup job is active, then it will use the remaining memory (approx. 4 GB RAM).
  • If two concurrent backups are active, then each backup job will use approx. 2 GB RAM.

The memory utilization will be divided based on active concurrent backup jobs. We recommend allocating approximately 500 MB RAM for each active backup job. If you want to run 8 concurrent backup jobs in your BDR Backup Server, you should assign 8 GB RAM (4 GB for BDR Backup Server and 4 GB to process the backup jobs).

To avoid significant CPU usage during active backup progress, BDR Backup Server machine should be assigned with enough vCPUs or cores. Normally, one vCPU or core is enough to handle 8 concurrent backup jobs activity (such as read/write).

Information Note:

The above-mentioned memory and CPU utilization are the same for the BDR Backup Server (Windows & Linux) deployed in physical and virtual environments.