A Verge-OS environment can serve as a critical element in an organization’s backup and disaster recovery plan. Snapshots provide a complete system backup of all data and configurations, allowing for total system recovery.
Verge-OS provides the following backup and disaster recovery features and functions:
Backup and disaster recovery features are natively integrated into Verge-OS, requiring no additional software.
Use all manner of commodity or existing hardware to expand storage capacity, eliminating the need for expensive storage solutions.
Verge-OS vSAN global deduplication only stores unique blocks of data, allowing for more stored snapshots.
Configurable snapshot and sync schedules accommodate designated dates and times as well as specific bandwidth throttles for business vs non-business hours.
The built-in subscription engine sends backup and sync notifications to designated personnel. You’ll have full transparency of all actions, including logs and hardware statuses.
Built-in compression and bandwidth optimization decreases the time required for off-site syncs.
The Verge-OS guest agent enables the capture of all guest-level data in memory at the time of backup.
Synchronized snapshots instantly restore entire virtual data centers in a second geographic location, supporting aggressive RTO policies.
Creates backups and employ disaster recovery syncs for non-Verge-OS virtual machines, such as VMware.
Easily schedule regular, automated tests of remote virtual machine backups using the built-in task scheduler.