Do you have mission critical production VMs which can afford little downtime? CloudBacko has newly developed the VM Run Direct feature that enables you to minimize the downtime of your mission critial VM to minutes. Now, you can recover a VM instantly from its backup without the need to restore the backed up image into the original VMware ESXi host first. CloudBacko can start the VM directly from its backup, and makes it accessible to users on the target VMware ESXi VM host right away. See how it works in this video:
Need a fast and convenient way to retrieve your desired files on guest VMs? CloudBacko's Granular Restore feature enables you to access and restore individual files within a backed up VM image without the need to spin-up or fully restore the VM first. It helps you greatly reduce backup time, storage resources and management effort for redundant backups.
When your mission critical guest VM is down, you don't want to restore to a backup that was manually taken a year ago. Therefore, you need a solution that can run automatically once or several times a day by itself based on your pre-configured schedule, so that you can restore to the latest version when needed. CloudBacko allows you to define your own schedules to run your VMware guest VMs backup (e.g. after work everyday).
Backing up large guest virtual machines to offsite can be problematic. CloudBacko has VMware's Changed Block Tracking (CBT) technology integrated that can offer you fast guest VM backup to local and offsite destinations.
Super fast incremental backup with VMware CBT technology
Zero VM downtime with scheduled hot backup
Speed comparable with any other VMware backup solutions
Can be used in conjunction with VMware vCenter
Support guest virtual machine (VM) level backup of free version ESXi
Support VMDK level backup
Restore VM to raw files in VMDK format
With CloudBacko's reporting tool, you can get clear visibility into the backup details of all destinations, including usage trend, backup and restore reports, log for warnings and errors, etc.