It provides complete virtual data protection for SMBs.
Businesses leverage virtual environments to consolidate server management, simplify application deployment, and reduce TCO. According to Gartner, Inc. , the worldwide x86 server virtualization market reached $5.6 billion in 2016, dominated by VMware, Inc. and Microsoft Corp.‘s Hyper-V hypervisors. With low costs to entry, small businesses have access to virtualization technology that enables them to do more with less.
The company’s mission is to protect every part of a business’s digital life. Retrospect Virtual helps businesses quickly backup and restore their virtual guest machines within VMware and Hyper-V with instant restore, centralized management, and cloud storage options. With Retrospect, businesses can protect Windows, Mac, Linux machines and now VMware and Hyper-V guests.
Hypervisor support – Retrospect Virtual supports both VMware and Hyper-V hypervisors for virtual data protection.
Centralized management – It comes with management console, a centralized management console for monitoring all of Retrospect Virtual VMware and Hyper-V installations.
Instant recovery – It allows to instantly restore from a backup of your VM, getting backup to business in minutes.
“We’re incredibly excited to release Retrospect Virtual to extend our data protection suite beyond Windows, Mac, and Linux to virtual environments for VMware and Hyper-V,” said Jean-Christian Dumas, VP, WW sales. “With our new combined physical and virtual offering, Retrospect provides complete BC for SMBs with off-site cloud storage support, instant recovery, proactive backup, all backed by Retrospect’s stellar support.“
Retrospect Virtual will be available March 21 from resellers or at company website as an electronic download.
Retrospect Virtual is available in five languages: English, French, German, Spanish, and Japanese.