First-of-its-Kind Technology Enables Administrators to Restore an Entire Drive, One or Multiple Virtual Machines from Backup Image
MURRIETA, Calif.: Rectiphy Corp. today released its ActiveImage Protector (AIP) for Hyper-V 2 .7.5 with patent-pending ReZoom technology. Rectiphy’s AIP was the first solution that allowed users to Hot Image a Microsoft® Hyper-V™ host along with all guest virtual machines and applications without shutting them down, vastly improving Hyper-V backup management. In another industry first, AIP’s new ReZoom feature can now restore the entire system, just one or multiple Virtual Machines, to the state they were in at the time of the backup.
AIP for Hyper-V is an affordable, high-speed image-based backup solution that is optimized for Microsoft Hyper-V virtual environments. Besides the first-of-its-kind ability to restore individual virtual machines using ReZoom, AIP also enables users to restore that Virtual Machine to a different server and hardware. AIP will intelligently adjust the security identifiers so the Virtual Machine will automatically show up in the Hyper-V Manager and run flawlessly on the destination server.
Designed to help customers meet data protection, business continuity and disaster recovery challenges, AIP includes innovative Hyper-V backup management features, which ensure the recovery of critical information quickly and affordably in virtual environments. AIP’s flexible licensing allows the user to install a copy on one physical host machine and restore on an unlimited number of virtual guest machines and servers – potentially saving the customer thousands of dollars.
AIP backs up Virtual Guests blazing speeds – even while applications are still active and backup images can be saved to any convenient storage. AIP for Hyper-V retails for $850, which includes the first year of software maintenance.
Rectiphy’s custom-built optimization for virtual environments extends to its cutting-edge licensing. Rectiphy AIP streamlines license management for the virtual world — where the number of operating systems can be flexibly increased or decreased — to create a scalable, intuitive approach that reaches beyond the cumbersome traditional licensing of physical machines.
Look for Rectiphy VP Ken Kilgore at the upcoming INTEROP New York, Oct. 18-22, to introduce and demonstrate the AIP for Hyper-V technology.