Protecting your servers from failure with Virtual Machine Backups

Altaro VM Backup is a full-featured and easy to use VM backup solution for Hyper-V, giving you all you need at unbeatable value, backed by outstanding support. With a new intuitive user interface and built to scale, it’s even easier to use to manage a larger number of hosts and VMs.

 Altaro Hyper-V Backup offers you most of the features found in competing offers aimed at enterprise-level users at a fraction of the price. A few of its capabilities at a glance:

  • Offsite Backup Replication to an offsite location for disaster recovery protection, either to your own offsite storage through your internet connection or by enabling drive swap rotation on selected drives
  • Instant Exchange Item-Level Restore Browse through your Exchange VM backup’s file system and restore individual emails (or any other Exchange items) instantly
  • Instant File Level Restore Also retrieve individual files directly from your VM backups with a few clicks
  • Back up Hyper-V Cluster Shared Volumes (CSV)  great for larger environments
  • Remote Management Console Easily manage all VM backup/restore jobs across your Hyper-V hosts from a central console
  • Back up Live VMs with Zero downtime by leveraging Microsoft’s Hyper-V VSS Writer
  • Compression & Encryption Compress VM backups and use military grade AES encryption to reduce backup storage significantly and secure VM backups
  • Linux, MS Exchange & MS SQL VM backups supported
  • ReverseDelta™ and OnePass Restore™ for FAST backup/restore performance
  • Sandbox restore tests
  • And more!

Why pay 2-3x the price of similar solutions or depend on unreliable DIY tools? Download your copy of Altaro Hyper-V backup now and enjoy unlimited functionality for 30 days. After your 30-day trial expires, you can continue using the product for up to 2 VMs for free, forever - No catch.

For more information on features and pricing, please visit http://www.altaro.com/hyper-v-backup/.

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