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Pros
  • + Software-only product
  • + Large feature set
  • + Easy in use
  • + More than only backup
  • + Backups can be directly started from appliance
  • + Cloud Integration possibilities
  • + User friendly UI
  • + Single Click installer
  • + Multiple licensing options
Cons
  • - Complexity increases in larger environments
  • - Limited physical backup capabilities
  • - Speed is depending on hardware setup
  • - Bundled with Hardware
  • - Limited Hypervisor support
  • - Could be expensive on first sight
  • - Only VMware support
  • - no tooling for DR automation
  • - No integration in management interfaces
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General
60%
86%
58%
Pricing
List price
Deployment
60%
86%
58%
Deployment Method
Virtual Appliance
Physical Appliance
Virtual Machine
Physical Server
Host Operating System
Windows
Linux
Unix
Supported Hypervisors
Vmware
Hyper-V
XenServer
OracleVM
Backup
60%
86%
58%
Source
Hypervisors
Physical Servers
Technology
Image-based Backups
In guest (Traditional)
GuestOS
Windows
Linux
Unix
Independent
Method
Full Backups
Incremental
Differential
Incremental Forever
Synthetic Full Backups
Application Consistency
Active Directory
MS Exchange
MS Sharepoint
MS SQL
Oracle DB
Other
Post/Pre Backup scripts
Agent requirements
Standard backup
Application consistent
Environments
vSphere
vCloud Director
Hyper-V
XenServer
OracleVM
KVM
Nutanix AHV
Load Management
Change Block Tracking
I/O Throttling
Backup Server Load balancing
WAN link optimization
Multi-Threading
Array Integration
Backup from Array Snapshots
Transfer
Network
LAN-Free
Encryption