NAKIVO Backup & Replication offers a unified solution that can protect physical, virtual, and cloud workloads against data loss in an easy and efficient manner. If your physical workloads run on Linux Servers, you can back them up on a regular basis and restore data whenever the need arises.
Key Features at a Glance
NAKIVO Backup & Replication performs application-aware Linux Server backup which guarantees that all applications and database data remains consistent.
NAKIVO Backup & Replication was designed to deliver the best possible performance. With its powerful network acceleration feature, backups can run up to 2x faster.
The software utilises proprietary change tracking technology to perform incremental Linux Server backups, helping achieve higher backup speed.
To eliminate a single point of failure, NAKIVO Backup & Replication offers an option for creating extra copies of Linux Server backups in the Cloud, on tape, or at a safe remote location.
With NAKIVO Backup & Replication in place, you can recover physical Linux Server machines to VMware and Hyper-V VMs. The P2V functionality allows you to migrate your physical workloads to a virtual environment at any time. Moreover, this feature helps achieve much-needed peace of mind that you can recover business-critical physical machines housing important data, should the need arise.
Should you need to run your Linux Server backups during business hours but cannot afford a slowdown in your business operations, NAKIVO Backup & Replication allows you to set bandwidth throttling rules. With throttling rules in place, you can control bandwidth consumption on a per-job basis or set global bandwidth limits during designated hours. This way, you can be sure that your Linux Server backup jobs do not affect the performance of your business-critical applications.
Often times, locating and restoring individual files, folders, and application objects takes time and effort, especially in large infrastructures. However, NAKIVO Backup & Replication provides you with simple and easy-to-use functionality that can bring any individual item back from a Linux Server backup in a matter of minutes. The software allows you to download the recovered elements with a browser or deliver them directly to your email inbox. Additionally, file lever recovery from Linux Server backups to source is also supported in NAKIVO Backup & Replication for greater convenience.
Your Linux Server backup data remains unavailable to unauthorised access by a third party in flight and at rest, thanks to the AES 256 encryption used by NAKIVO Backup & Replication. While source information is transformed into an unreadable cipher text prior to data transfer, backup repository can also be encrypted to securely house Linux Server backup data at the destination.
With NAKIVO Backup & Replication’s Calendar Dashboard, you can see the bigger picture of how data protection tasks are managed in your infrastructure and make decisions on how to optimise the process. You can avoid overlaps between your physical and virtual backup jobs by planning, scheduling, and structuring your data protection routines from a single pane of glass.
Long-term data archiving requires additional expenses on reliable storage devices and maintenance. However, if you are relying on tape to ensure long-term data retention in your company, you can save significant amounts of money and improve reliability of your data protection. You can back up your Linux Servers to tape in a fast and efficient manner. Backup to tape provides easier and more compact Linux Server backup storage, which requires little to no maintenance and resources.
By performing incremental Linux Server backups, NAKIVO Backup & Replication not only helps you achieve higher backup performance but provides for wiser storage space utilisation, since only changed data blocks are transferred to the repository. Moreover, once data reaches the destination, the software deduplicates and compresses it to make your Linux Server backups smaller, which in turn cuts down costs of storage space expansion.