Unified Data Protection: On- and Off-Premises Protection

Data resilience starts with prevention and continues through recovery. Arcserve Unified Data Protection (UDP) combines every data protection capability you need without adding complexity. It delivers all-in-one data and ransomware protection to neutralize ransomware attacks, restore data, and simplify disaster recovery (DR).

Arcserve UDP leverages available Sophos Intercept X Advanced for Server cybersecurity to prevent ransomware attacks on critical disaster recovery infrastructure. And your data backups can be stored in an immutable format with Amazon S3 Object Lock support.

Protections against data loss and extended downtime—the keys to data resilience—from Arcserve UDP extend across cloud, local, virtual, hyperconverged, and SaaS-based workloads. Arcserve UDP protects Microsoft 365 workloads—Exchange Online, Teams, SharePoint Online, and OneDrive for Business—on-premises. And, because Arcserve UDP was designed to be simple to use, you can accelerate your time-to-value by eliminating the need for extensive training or professional services.

Orchestrated Recovery Reduces Downtime

With orchestrated recovery, Arcserve UDP reduces your downtime from days to minutes. It also validates your recovery time objectives (RTOs) and recovery point objectives (RPOs), and service-level agreements (SLAs) with automated testing and granular reporting.

You can even restore faster with instant virtual machine (VM) and bare metal recovery (BMR), local and remote virtual standby, application-consistent backup and granular restore, hardware snapshot support, and extensions that deliver high availability and tape support.

Easy Scaling, More Flexibility

Arcserve UDP lets you quickly scale hybrid business continuity topologies—locally or over long distances—including service and cloud providers. You can easily create data stores on your recovery point server, add the nodes you want to protect, a storage destination, and a plan.

It’s also easy to perform jobs like backup, virtual standby, and replicate. You can back up to a local machine or a central recovery point server (RPS) with global, source-side deduplication to reduce your storage footprint. And Arcserve UDP protects a wide range of platforms.

Source: arcserve.com

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