Cloud Protection

Always on, even when you’re not.

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Reach to the Cloud.

The Unitrends Cloud-Configured portfolio gives you a full complement of solutions from cloud storage and archive to full site Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS).  Based on a low subscription offer, we provide anytime/anywhere recovery that addresses four primary use cases.

  • Using cloud to store a remote copy of on-premises server backup
  • Archiving old server backup copies to the cloud for long-term retention
  • Connecting in-house users and applications to the cloud via server or network appliance
  • DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service)

Cloud makes Replication and Recovery as easy as a press of a button:

“Unitrends cloud technology lets you play IT safe,” Uni says, “with today’s most affordable, reliable data protection and DR assurance. Let us show you how.”

Hyper-V Blog: Windows Server 2012 R2 and Hybrid Clouds

12 June 2013 -- At TechEd 2013 in New Orleans last week, Microsoft pulled back the curtain on Windows Server 2012 R2 and for IT administrators with a mix of on-premise and cloud infrastructure, what they saw had to be exciting.

Windows Server 2012 and System Center 2012, by the end of this year, will include hybrid cloud capabilities that make it easy for IT administrators to move workloads between private and public clouds.

A company or organization will be able to split their infrastructure between their own environment, a public cloud and a service provider, all organized by software-defined networking (SDN). SDN decouples network control from hardware and gives it over to a software application. A network administrator can shape network traffic from a centralized control console without having to change network switch rules.

Microsoft’s Hyper-V Network Virtualization will use SDN to allow a network to reach across private and service provider data centers. This will allow applications to burst into the cloud when load dictates and site-to-site VPN connections.