Continuous Data Protection (CDP)

Detailed List of Features

Continuous Data Protection

  • Over 100 recovery points daily (based on storage allotment)
  • Backup windows reduced to seconds or minutes (based on frequency)
  • Disk imaging
  • Differential and incremental backups
  • Compression
  • End-to-end strong encryption
  • Open file backups
  • Point-in-time snapshots
  • Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) support
  • MD devices / RAID (Linux)
  • Logical Volume Manager (Linux)
  • Windows registry and system state
  • Data integrity verified with MD5 checksums
  • Efficiently archive data for long-term disk-based storage
  • Archive unlimited amounts of data and recovery points (based on storage allotment)
  • Sox (Sarbanes-Oxley Act)
  • GLBA (Gramm-Leach-Bliley)
Distaster Recovery
  • Bare-metal restore of servers
  • Restore specific files/folder
  • Browse files/folders using web interface
  • End-user recovery
  • Bare-metal restore MD devices / RAID (Linux)
  • Bare-metal restore Logical Volume Manager (Linux)
  • Restore Windows registry and system state
Disaster Recovery Boot Methods
  • Boot / Live CD-ROM ISOs for Linux
  • Windows XP/Server 2003 Boot / Live CD-ROM ISOs (PE Builder utility)
  • Windows XP/Server 2003 PXE (network) book using DHCP/TFTP (PE Builder utility)
  • Live Boot (adds grup/lilo) boot loader entry for disaster recovery (Linux only)
Remote Disaster Recovery
  • PXE (network) boot using DHCP/TFTP
  • Bare-metal restore dedicated Linux servers without physical access using Live Boot
  • Centralized logging for all computers
  • Event history and logs via Ajax web interface
  • Log in remove syslog server
  • Store events in Windows Event Log
User Interface
  • Easy to use web interface
  • Secure (HTTPS/SSL) web interface
  • Scheduling (minutely, hourly, daily, weekly, monthly)
  • Wizards
  • Schedule automatic backup and restore jobs