The Acronis Backup for Linux Server is the newest version of its renowned version of Linux servers. Acronis Backup Server for Linux simplifies and automates backup and disaster recovery processes of Linux servers, minimizing downtime and increasing IT productivity. Based on patented disk imaging and bare metal restore technologies, this product is the successor of Acronis True Image for Linux. It provides small organizations a simple, cost-effective solution to locally manage backup and restore activities on stand-alone Linux Servers.
Acronis Backup & Recovery Server for Linux is an ideal server backup solution for a Linux environment. Based on the exclusive Acronis Drive Snapshot technology, this powerful tool allows you to create a Linux server backup image including all data, operating systems, applications and settings. You can use the image when migrating your server to a new machine or restoring the entire system from scratch after a hard disk failure.
You have come to rely on your servers to run your business and retain key enterprise data. Acronis Server for Linux provides comprehensive, reliable, and cost-effective system protection and recovery for corporate servers, running Linux. With Acronis Backup Server for Linux, you have peace of mind knowing you are protected and can recover from any situation.
Acronis Server for Linux enables you to restore systems in minutes, not hours or days. An entire system can be restored from an image that includes everything the system needs to run: the operating system, applications, databases, and configurations. No reinstallation or reconfiguration is required. Moreover, completeSYSTEM RESTORATION can be performed to an existing system or to a new system with different hardware or to virtual machines. File-based backups provide you with the flexibility to only backup selected critical files.
Wizards guide users through backup and recovery tasks, ensuring the product can be implemented with minimal user training.
With the scheduling capability in Acronis Backup Server for Linux, you simply create backup tasks, tailored by group, at certain times or at certain events, automating backups.
To ensure that backups have occurred, or user intervention is required, you can request notifications via email or pop-up. You can view events in Acronis own log.
The product also supports the creation of custom commands before and after backups. For example, users can automatically run anti-virus products before an image is created and verify the validity of backups after they have been created.
Ensures 24 X 7 Uptime
With the Acronis Drive Snapshot systems can be imaged while they are in use, supporting 24 by 7 availability. This technology enables the product to backup and image critical operating system files, the master boot record and any partition-based boot records without requiring a reboot. A CPU allocation feature allows you to limit the amount of CPU usage for the application to maximize the CPUs available for mission critical applications. Moreover, users can control hard disk drive writing speeds and control network bandwidth used during backups, allowing you minimally disrupt business operations.
For correct backup of mission critical databases, Acronis Server for Linux will execute your custom commands, that suspend and resume database processing, before and after data capture.
Supports Cutting Edge Technology
Businesses today are moving to leverage the latest technologies, dual-core 64 bit processors and 64 bit operating systems. With Acronis Backup Server for Linux, you can protect these new machines, as well as legacy ones, running one solution.
Acronis Backup for Linux is the newest version of its renowned versiona of Linux servers. Acronis Backup for Linux simplifies and automates backup and disaster recovery processes of Linux servers. Based on the exclusive Acronis Drive Snapshot technology, this powerful tool allows you to create a Linux server backup image including all data, operating systems, applications and settings. You can use the image when migrating your server to a new machine or restoring the entire system from scratch after a hard disk failure. Learn more about the Acronis Backup & Recovery Server for Linux.