Unitrends Endpoint Backup for Servers

Resilient Server Backup and Continuity

Eliminate uncertainty regarding server backup with a direct-to-cloud backup solution that incorporates 30+ years of innovation. Experience a feature-rich portfolio designed to simplify the backup and disaster recovery process. Neutralize ransomware, guarantee continuity and resilience for your server workloads without any additional hardware.

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Confidently Backup and Recover Any Server Anywhere

Ensure continuity for your data with server backup software designed for cloud backup and disaster recovery. Save time and reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) with no local hardware required. Seamlessly and reliably backup and recover server workloads from a unified management portal and save money with a transparent, flat-fee predictable cost structure.

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Reliable Server Backup – No Assembly Required

Unitrends Endpoint Backup for Servers is a unique, turnkey business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) solution. It combines direct-to-cloud backup, ransomware protection and powerful disaster recovery capabilities without the need to deploy and maintain an appliance. Easily manage all backup and recovery capabilities through an intuitive web-based interface.

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Easy-to-Use, Turnkey Cloud Technology

Protect your critical data with a resilient, secure cloud designed for backup and disaster recovery. A global cloud presence spanning multiple regions supports geo-redundant backup. Backups replicated to the Unitrends Cloud are stored on a private cloud tenant and written to immutable storage on encrypted disks.

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Unified Server Backup Management Portal

A unified portal experience with UniView enables you to manage your cloud-based server backups in minutes per day. Enjoy consistent management and protection with a familiar portal experience built on trusted, comprehensive and proven technology from Unitrends.

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Straightforward, Predictable Pricing

Our cloud-based server backup solution is licensed by capacity, not usage, for a predictable total cost of ownership (TCO). The solution includes backup, replication, cloud storage, screenshot verification, ransomware detection, disaster recovery (DR) testing, and DR all for a flat fee, with no variable or hidden costs.

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Key Features of Unitrends Endpoint Backup for Servers

Multi Cloud Continuity

Hourly Direct-to-Cloud Server Backups

Automated, hourly backups replicated directly to the Unitrends Cloud protect servers in remote locations, across distributed environments and in the public cloud. The bandwidth throttling feature minimizes the backup’s impact on production workloads. Each backup is stored in a recovery-ready state for optimal RTO and RPO.

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Redundant Cloud Backup Replication

All backups stored in the Unitrends Cloud are automatically replicated within region to a second cloud tenant for redundancy. Cloud storage and retention for your backups is included.

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Automated Screenshot Verification

Daily, automated screenshot verification ensures your server backups are healthy and can be easily recovered. Eliminate the challenge and uncertainty of testing remote cloud workloads so you can recover with confidence.

Ransomware Detection

Immutable Backup Storage

Backups replicated to the Unitrends Cloud are stored on immutable blocks within a private cloud tenant. This means they are secure from unwarranted access, changes or deletions. All data is encrypted in-flight and at-rest and stored on encrypted disks.

Cloud Deletion Defence

Cloud Deletion
Defense

Unitrends Cloud Deletion Defense acts like a recycle bin for your server cloud backups. If backups are mistakenly or maliciously deleted, you will have a window to recover your valuable data and regain access.

Immutable Storage

Ransomware Scanning & Protection

Ensure backups are protected from ransomware with built-in, native monitoring that utilizes our exclusive behavioral analysis. If ransomware conditions are detected, administrators are alerted and notified to take immediate action.

Rapid Self-Service Recovery

Advanced Recovery Capabilities

Recover how and where you need to with minimal clicks. Launch file and folder restores or export VM images. Instantly virtualize in the Unitrends Cloud or perform Bare Metal Recovery (BMR) to the same or dissimilar hardware. Do it all from a single management portal.

Infinite Retention

Disaster Recovery Testing & Spin-Up

Recover with confidence. Regular disaster recovery testing in the Unitrends Cloud on top of automatic screenshot verification proves backups are healthy and restorable. Spin-up virtual server workloads and run in the Unitrends Cloud in just a few clicks.

Unitrends Endpoint Backup for Servers

Your first step towards simpler, smarter BCDR for any server, anywhere.

Common Use Cases for Server Backup

Unitrends Endpoint Backup for Servers is a powerful, cost-effective server cloud backup solution suitable for many different situations. Below are a few of the most noted circumstances in which our solution is often deployed.

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Small Businesses & Distributed Environments

Achieve full backup and disaster recovery for organizations or locations with small technology footprints. In many cases, installing and managing a hardware-based solution may not be feasible.

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Rugged, Remote & Harsh Environments

Protect critical server data and workloads in harsh environments, such as oil rigs or industrial manufacturing, to name a few. The excessive heat or vibration of these environments make it prohibitive to use hardware appliances.

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Individual Virtual Machines (VMs) On-Prem or in the Public Cloud

Deliver resilience for VM workloads running in public clouds, such as Amazon AWS, Google Cloud and Oracle Cloud. Simplified deployment and a flat-fee pricing model remove the complexity and cost of managing additional cloud infrastructure.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Server Backup

Server backup is the act of copying server data and storing it in a secondary location. These backup copies can then be used to recover server data in the event that primary data is lost or compromised. Server backup is often used as a BCDR strategy to ensure that data is secure from disaster or data loss events.

Server backup can be accomplished in a number of ways depending on the needs of an organization. Some of the more commonly used methods include:
  • Hardware appliance-based backup:A conventional way to back up server workloads is by leveraging a hardware appliance in your data center. The backup appliance provides the necessary means for accomplishing local server backup in accordance with your disaster recovery plan.
  • Software-based backup:Backup software is another method of deploying local backup to protect your server workloads. In this case, the organization provides the necessary computing power to run the software and store server backups.
  • Cloud backup: This method transfers server data backup over a public or private network to a remote server. Cloud backup does not require local hardware to facilitate the solution. As such, it has no data center footprint or significant maintenance costs. This method is also referred to as online backup or direct-to-cloud backup.

Server cloud backup is the process of backing up server data to cloud-based servers. To accomplish this, a backup application is first used to copy server data. These backups are then stored on media or a storage system apart from the production environment.

In addition, an agent is also installed on the server. This agent is paired with an off-site backup target, such as a server instance running in Microsoft Azure. Data is then transferred to the target over a public or exclusive network and stored away from the off-site location. This data may be recovered from the target in the event of a local data disaster.

Server backups should occur at intervals that align with the entity’s disaster recovery plan. Each organization will have unique recovery time objectives (RTO) and recovery point objectives (RPO) for their workloads. Understanding the maximum tolerable downtime and necessity of each server workload will help determine the appropriate RTOs and RPOs respectively.

Unitrends Endpoint Backup for Servers provides automatic hourly backups direct to the Unitrends cloud. Backups are stored in a warm state and can be easily recovered to help organizations meet aggressive RTO and RPO goals.

Server backup software is used to deliver a backup application for accomplishing server backups. This application ensures that server backups are intact and accessible for recovery in the case of a data loss event. These include situations such as hardware failure, user error, cyberattacks or other data disasters.

Server backup solutions store backups on a separate hardware device locally, a remote device or a remote cloud location. Important features of server backup solutions include different approaches to protect various server assets. For example, file-level backups, image-based backups, hypervisor-level backups and application-level backups.

Other notable features are encryption, replication, recovery testing and granular recovery modes. These include, but are not limited to, file/folder recovery, image restores, instant recovery and bare metal recovery.

The cost of a server backup solution depends on a number of factors. The first of these is the level of data backup and recovery you can expect to receive. Lower-cost solutions may offer simple file-level backups to make recovering files and folders possible. However, these solutions would present a challenge in situations where a full rebuild or restoration of the entire server is required.

More comprehensive backup solutions provide capabilities such as instant recovery, image-level recovery and bare metal recovery. These will offer greater resilience for recovery but will carry a higher cost.

Many cloud-based server backup providers simply offer backup software. It is then up to the organization to define computing power, storage, testing and recovery. In most cases, there are incremental costs to each, which drives up the TCO of the solution. This is sometimes referred to as build-your-own server backup.

Unitrends Endpoint Backup for Servers is different. Our comprehensive solution includes backup, storage, retention, testing and disaster recovery. All for a simple, flat-fee cost and predictable TCO.