BEK Backup

Disaster Recovery as a Service

Instantly bring systems online in the cloud when hardware failure or natural disasters occur.

Data recovery

Major Features and Functionality

Combining intelligent disaster recovery software with physical and virtual appliance deployment options, you get a single on-demand disaster recovery (DR), backup and archiving platform.
  • Granular Backup and Recovery
  • Full - Differential and Incremental
  • Central Management Console
  • Version History
  • Replication
  • Local Boot
  • Physical-to-Virtual Recovery
  • Cloud Spillover

Cloud Spillover

Efficiently manage your backup and DR storage costs by keeping the most recent or important backups on the local appliance, with the remainder archived to the cloud. Local and replication retention policies are managed separately, allowing more effective use of your local and off-site appliance storage allocation.

Hyper-V and VMware Agentless Backup and DR

The DR cloud supports an agentless approach to backing up and recovering VMware and Hyper-V environments. Backup physical machines and recover them to existing hypervisors, or recover VMs as physical machines (P2V and V2P recovery support). Set policies to automatically protect newly created VMs to save additional time, money and reduce risk of downtime due to human error.

Central Deployment and Management

Appliance backup settings and schedules, as well as recoveries, can be accessed over the WAN from a central management console or limited to LAN/VPN access for environments requiring greater security.
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Full and Granular Recovery

Utilizing universal VSS writer support, the DRaaS platform is capable of backing up databases like SQL, SAP and Exchange with additional support for mailbox level recovery of Exchange databases and file-level recovery for your backups of Windows and Linux machines.

DR for Linux

If you’re running Linux VMs within your VMware environment, you can failover locally or to the cloud. This DR functionality is supported for the latest Red Hat, SUSE, Ubuntu, CentOS, Debian, Oracle and Fedora Linux Server OSs. Standalone Linux machines can be protected with our Linux agents.

Failover to the Cloud

For Windows and Linux machines, Administrators can right-click backups and choose any version of a machine’s backup to be booted and run directly in the cloud, with RDP access to help businesses minimize downtime.

Local Disaster Recovery

Windows and Linux systems that have been backed up onto an on-premise appliance (Cloud Failover series) can be run directly on the appliance by simply right-clicking a backup and selecting “boot.” In a matter of minutes, administrators will have VNC access to a live running machine. Once ready, the machine(s) can be powered off, backed up and recovered to production environments, including recovery to an existing vSphere environment.
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15 Minute Failover Guarantee

Our cloud failover service guarantees that you can bring any system back online in our cloud in 15 minutes or less from time of the disaster.

Deployable on Your Own Hardware

DRaaS is available as a VMware and Hyper-V Virtual machine. The VMware appliance supports all of the software functionality of the physical appliances, the Hyper-V appliance supports all of the functionality except for local boot. The VMware appliance is appropriate for those users who wish to offer DRaaS services to their clients while using their own VMware-based data center infrastructure.

Secure, Off-site Replication

Our on-premise appliances replicate backups to the cloud or secondary appliances using byte-level replication for maximum efficiency. The replication is secured with AES-256 encryption to protect data against unauthorized access during data transfer.