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Live VM Migration is a recovery feature for VMware and Hyper-V guest VM backups, which is used in conjunction with VM Run Direct.

VM Run Direct is used to start up and run a virtual machine directly from the backup file located on the backup destination. 

Once the virtual machine is up and running, its associated services and applications are made accessible to users. Using Live VM Migration, CloudBacko Go can manage the physical recovery of the virtual machine back to the VMware or Hyper-V host while it is servicing end users. 

Frequently asked questions:

CPU  Quad Core architecture or above Memory

Minimum: 4 GB (at least 50% free memory available)

Recommended: 8 GB or above (at least 50% free memory available)

Disk Space 500 MB Network Protocol TCP/IP Standard Ports 80 and 443 Internet Speed 10 Mbps or above upload speed

The cost of your backup service will depend on two factors; backup data storage requirement and type of backup plan (File /NAS, Databases & VM, or Microsoft 365 backup plan). 

A CloudBacko Go subscription plan already includes the use of CloudBacko Drive which is powered by Microsoft Azure. However, you can save even more money by selecting a bring your own drive/storage plan. Check out our pricing
 

A single Cloudbacko Go subscription covers backups of unlimited devices or endpoints. There is no need to invest in additional hardware, set up centralized backup servers, provision storage, or hire experienced IT personnel to manage your backups. You can get started and have your backups running in a few minutes.

If you still have questions, please contact us on WhatsApp or send us an email.

If you prefer a backup solution that is based on a license purchase model we recommend you use CloudBacko Pro or CloudBacko Lite instead. Check out the license pricing

We are committed to offering enterprise grade security on our backup solutions such as AES 256-bit data encryption, 256-bit SSL communication, Two factor authentication etc.

All backup data is first encrypted before it is transferred over the internet and the backup data remains encrypted even when it is stored.

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