Altaro VM Backup provides you with a native tool to monitor the integrity of your backups. It’s called Backup Health Monitor. In this article, I will walk you through the procedure of enabling it.
Altaro VM Backup is a natural choice, a one-stop-shop for all your backup and recovery needs, providing backup and restore of your Hyper-V and VMware standalone or clustered virtual environments.
Altaro VM Backup includes a native feature to test and verify the integrity of your backups. If verified, they can be successfully restored. If not, there is a problem. I show you how to configure Test and Verify Backup feature in AVMB.
As with any other product, a new release brings new features, enhancements, and fixes. This article focused on Altaro VM Backup and the procedure to update an old to a newer version of your favorite backup software.
Altaro VM Backup supports you with the backup and restores strategy of your VMware and Hyper-V. You can backup your VM to an onsite and offsite location. It supports several restore options addressed in this article.
It took me only 52 seconds to access, and a few seconds more to restore files from the VHDX virtual disk using Altaro VM Backup. Altaro offers you to restore a single VHD(X) and VMDK virtual disk file from your backup set.
Altaro VM Backup provides you with a feature called Boot from Backup. It allows you to instantly boot a backed up virtual machine for verification or for recovery purposes. The Boot from Backup drastically reduces RTOs (Recovery Time Objectives).
By using Altaro VM Backup you can restore your Hyper-V and VMware ESXi VM as a clone and run it side by side with the original VM on the same host. The original guest VM will not be overwritten.
Did you ever experience a case where you only need to restore the Exchange mailbox database from a non-bootable Exchange server and not an entire VM? By using the Exchange Granular Restore feature within Altaro VM Backup, you can do it in a just few minutes.
Every three years, Windows unveils a new version of its massively widespread OS, Windows Server. But this time it feels
Did you ever experience a case where you only need to restore files from a non-bootable Hyper-V or VMware VM and not an entire VM? By using the File Granular Restore feature within Altaro VM Backup, you can restore your data in a just few minutes. Learn how to do it.
Altaro VM Backup can backup your Hyper-V VMs to Synology NAS and Azure Cloud Storage in just a few steps. It provides Augmented Inline Deduplication which dramatically reduces storage requirements for your backup repository by creating the smallest backup size.