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Backup Physical Servers? - 30.Jan.2015 12:30:17 AM   


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hi, i need to work on geting our physical server in work (hyper v installed running (3 vms) backed up to possibly another physical server.
Is this the best way to do it for failover purposes?
Any Recommendation?
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RE: Backup Physical Servers? - 30.Jan.2015 5:34:54 AM   


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I use Ahsay Software for backup. It is a robust cross-platform backup solution which allows businesses and managed backup service providers to backup virtual machines, databases and servers to local / mapped network drive, locally hosted backup server & it is the most affordable backup solution available in the market. I recommend you because i use it many times and this software never let me down.

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RE: Backup Physical Servers? - 4.Feb.2015 3:42:02 AM   


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Hii All, I was wondering if anyone has experience backing up Lotus Domino Servers using CloudBacko? If so how they are going about the backups and what success or failures they have experienced. I am in the process of considering CloudBacko for our company but about half of our data is domino data and though Domino Database and Message level is supported it seems to be very basic. Not sure if it is a good enough solution at this point. Also any feedback on the overall product satisfaction of CloudBacko?http://www.cloudbacko.com/

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RE: Backup Physical Servers? - 15.May2015 3:09:12 AM   


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Hi Everyone,
For Physical Server Backup use Farstone Total Backup recovery as it provides Hot Image Backup but it gives you 24hrs RPO.For Better RPO and RTO please go through Unitrends for Physical and Virtual Server Backup and for Only Virtualization please go through Veeam or Altaro .for more information about Backup and Storage Solution mail me On lokesh@landmarksol.com


Lokesh Sutar
Landmark Techedge Pvt Ltd

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