Acronis True Image Server for Linux 9.1
The complete live server hard disk backup, and disaster recovery solution.
Are you a small organization running a couple of mission-critical Linux servers in one location with limited IT staff? How much business would you lose if these servers went down? Acronis True Image 9.1 Server for Linux provides comprehensive system protection and recovery of Linux
servers and allows you to get back to business and minimize downtime.
Acronis True Image Server for Linux allows you to 1) create an exact server disk image, including the operating system, applications, and configurations and 2) backup mission critical databases.
After a system crash, Acronis True Image Server for Linux allows you to perform a full system restore, a bare-metal restore or just a restore of individual files and folders in minutes. Complete system restoration can be performed to an existing system, to a new system with different hardware or to a virtual machine.
Based on the exclusive Acronis Drive Snapshot technology, Acronis True Image Server for Linux allows you to create a server disk backup image without interrupting server operations, providing 24 x 7 availability.
Automatic image verification — Peace of mind by ensuring that images can be used for restoration
Differential backups — Decrease the number of backups you manage
File backups, in addition to our traditional image backups — Flexible system protection
Exclude files from backups — Capture only business data and saves space in storage archives ensuring that you capture only business data
SNMP support — Plug into your existing network monitoring application
Custom scripts before/after backups — Facilitate compliance with company-wide backup policies
Throttling to control hard disk write speed and network bandwidth usage — Minimize disruptions of business operations
Create CDs with bootable images, and bootable recovery media ISOs — Eliminate the need to have separate recovery media
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