Unitrends Backup & Recovery

Reliable Linux Server Backup and Recovery

Enterprise-class granular backup and recovery at the deep virtual and physical level for Linux.

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Linux Server Backup and Recovery Built for You

Transform Linux data protection with Unitrends Backup. Elevate resilience, expedite recovery, and streamline administration. Empower your Linux environment effortlessly.

Hyper-V Backup and Recovery

Comprehensive Protection

Unitrends offers robust Linux backup solutions, ensuring comprehensive protection for your data with features like SLA Policy automation, bare-metal restores, and application-consistent snapshots.

Unified Management

Simplify your IT operations with Unitrends UniView, a single, elegant portal enabling users to manage Linux backups alongside other environments seamlessly. Centralized control enhances efficiency and reduces administrative overhead.

Adaptive Recovery Options

Experience flexible recovery with Unitrends, providing a range of options such as granular file-level restores, instant VM recovery, and automated testing for recovery confidence. Tailor your recovery strategy to match specific Linux environment needs.

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Powerful Features of Unitrends Backup and Recovery for Linux

All-in-One Platform for Linux

All-in-One Platform for Linux

Unitrends' unified platform offers Linux users seamless management of backups, replication, and recovery, streamlining processes and reducing the complexity of data protection strategies.

Adaptive Deduplication

Application-aware, Adaptive Deduplication

This feature intelligently optimizes data storage for Linux environments, ensuring efficient use of resources by reducing redundant data in backups and replicated backup copies.

Flexible Backup Schedules

Flexible Backup Schedules

With options like Full, Differential, Incremental, and Forever Incremental backups, Linux users gain the flexibility to choose schedules that best suit their data volume and change frequency. Alternatively, you can easily automate backup schedules with intelligent SLA Policy management.

Intelligent Alerts

Intelligent Alerts

Cut through the noise with customizable, intelligent alerting for protected physical and virtual Linux systems. BackupIQ prioritizes alerting for backups and replication so you can immediately address issues that put your SLAs at risk.

Recovery Assurance

Recovery Assurance for Linux Environments

Certifies that Linux-based systems and applications can be reliably and quickly restored, providing peace of mind and continuity in operations. Application-level runbook and RTO/RPO compliance reports are generated with every test.

Granular Recovery

Granular Recovery

The granular recovery feature allows Linux users to precisely restore specific files, folders, or virtual disks, offering targeted solutions to overcome any data loss scenario.

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FAQ's about Linux Backup and Recovery

Linux is an open-source operating system kernel, the core part of an OS. It's renowned for stability, security, and versatility. Developed by Linus Torvalds, Linux powers various devices, from servers to smartphones, offering a free alternative to commercial OS options.

Linux distributions (distros) combine the kernel with software, forming complete OS packages. Ubuntu, Debian, and Red Hat are popular distros. Its open-source nature allows users to modify the source code, fostering a vibrant community. Linux supports a wide range of programming languages and is a cornerstone in server environments, driving the internet's backbone.

Backing up your Linux server is crucial for safeguarding data. Linux servers store vital information and configurations. Regular backups prevent data loss due to hardware failure, software issues, or malicious activities. They ensure quick recovery and system stability.

Linux servers host critical applications, databases, and websites. Backups protect against accidental deletions, hardware malfunctions, or cyber threats. Utilizing tools like rsync or dedicated backup solutions helps automate and secure this process. Regular backups are fundamental for maintaining business continuity and minimizing downtime in case of unforeseen events.