Magnetic tape storage has been a feature of the data center since the very earliest days of computing. Reel-to-reel tapes have evolved into high-capacity tape cartridges, boasting exceptional durability that continues to earn them a place in over half of today’s hybrid data centers.
Yet while tape tends to be inexpensive and reliable, the proliferation of data – over time – can drive up the total cost of ownership (TCO), transforming it from a minor expense to a pricey backup target.
Arcserve Backup has been a staple in global data centers for over 28 years. Loaded with highly powerful capabilities, it gives businesses highly reliable data protection at a fraction of the cost of alternative solutions.
Arcserve Backup is a comprehensive storage management solution for distributed and multiplatform environments that can backup and restore data from every machine on your network, including those running Windows, UNIX, and Linux. It offers complete control and visibility from one management console, whether supporting small-scale or large-scale enterprise environments across different platforms and organizations.
Once installed, you’re able to create, manage and monitor Arcserve Backup jobs from one central location. Jobs are submitted on the primary server and can be run either locally on the primary server itself, or remotely on any of the associated member servers. Perform job operations such as backup, restore, merge, scan, migrate, copy, compare, and so on for all servers from the primary server. Monitor the job status of from the central job queue.
Like all our solutions, Arcserve Backup was developed to deliver a consumer-grade user experience. That’s why you can manage all robust capabilities with a few quick clicks on a single management interface.
Our teams are among the most experienced in the data protection industry – expertise we pour into supporting our customers and partners.
Channel partners can profitably adopt and manage Arcserve Backup to support customers with hybrid data centers that leverage high capacity storage mediums as a backup target.