Integration With Current Hardware
Windows & Linux PXE (network) Boot – Vaultwise™ SSB comes with a distribution of PXE network boot files that you can place on a TFTP server along with sample DHCP and TFTP server configuration. Use PXE Boot to fully automate restores over the network.
SSB Live Boot Remote Restore– Live Boot is a self-extract install available for download. Extract this file to any Linux server. It will install a new boot loader (grub or lilo) option to boot your Linux server directly into disaster recovery mode. Booting into disaster recovery mode can also be initiated via the command line by an administrator. Then you can initiate a Windows or Linux.
Choose from flexible Bare Metal Restore Boot Methods:
- Vaultwise™ Live CD-ROM for Windows & Linux Bare Metal Restore
- Windows & Linux PXE Network Boot
- Vaultwise™ Live Boot Remote Restore for remote/dedicated servers in distant data centers.
The following are example policies demonstrating the flexibility of automatic data protection policy:
- synchronize every 10 minutes – retain the last 48 recovery points.
- synchronize hourly – retain the last 48 recovery points.
- synchronize daily at midnight – retain the last 7 recovery points.
- synchronize weekly on Sundays – retain the last 4 recovery points.
- synchronize monthly on the 1st – retain the last 48 recovery points.
Such a policy can be automatically managed by the Vaultwise™ Server. In addition to policy based management any unwanted recovery point can be deleted by an administrator at any time. Selected recovery points can also be locked to prevent automatic deletion by a policy.
Windows – Vaultwise™ use Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy to take point-in-time consistent snapshots of your open files on Windows servers.
- Restore files to original or alternate location.
- Restore files to different servers.
- Cross-platform (Windows-Linux) File Restore.
Store and Archive SSB Virtual Full Backups onto any disk. Use directly attached RAID, Network Attached Storage, USB Drives, Storage Area Networks, Fibre Channel, ZFS, EMC, NetApps, Sun Filers, etc.
- Centralized logging for all server backups.
- Event history and logs via Web-based User Interface.
- Flexible E-mail reporting for a single or multiple servers.
- Windows NT Event Logging.
- Log events to a remote Unix style syslog network Server.
- Manage 50 or more servers or virtual machines from a single, centralized Web Interface.
- Automatic Disk Discovery.
- Users and Groups (Volumes).
- Fine-grained User permissions: Admin, backup-only, restore-only, view-only, create-users, SSB schedule frequency.
- Quotas for Agents and groups of Agents (Volumes).