Whether you run a business website or a small personal blog, backups can make the difference between a complete disaster and a minor inconvenience. Our backup solutions are perfect for backing up an entire server or even a shared hosting account. We recommend you choose backup storage that is at least three times the amount of space your website or server uses.
Ease of Use
Managing your site's backups can be an expensive and time-consuming affair. Our affordable remote backup plans use R1soft's proven technology to fully manage your website's backup schedules with fine-grained control using the easy to use R1soft Backup Manager.
Our backup solutions can reduce your backup windows from hours to minutes; improve recovery point objectives by replicating your data to disk-based archive storage up to every 15 minutes; thereby reducing the impact of backups on server load.
You can use multi-point replication to efficiently make multiple backup replicas of your servers. Both on-site and off-site, or redundant on-site copies of your recovery points are possible with R1soft's advanced backup technology.
Data Retention Policy
Define a backup replication goal; for example, every 15 minutes, or every hour, or every 4 hours. Then define how many recovery points you need to retain. Old recovery points are automatically merged and their storage is recycled.
Our backup solutions work on almost any platform including CentOS, RedHat, Ubuntu, Debian, SUSE and Windows Server. We also support VMware, Hyper-V, XenServer, Parallels Cloud, Parallels Virtuozzo, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, MariaDB and Microsoft Exchange.
Industrial Strength Storage
New Continuous Data Protection 3.0 Disk Safe® technology offers industrial strength disk storage for your backup and archiving. Archive up to 64TB of recovery points per disk. Atomic disk writes protect data from crashes and power loss.
Bare Metal Restore
Bare Metal Restore is a high-performance alternative to file-by-file restoration. By bypassing the file system and streaming blocks directly to disk, the restoration of large file systems can be performed significantly faster by comparison.
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