Vembu is constantly evolving in a rapid phase in setting a strong foothold in the Backup and Disaster recovery industry and has been driven only by the efficiency of the product and the patronage of the customers. Vembu’s flagship offering Vembu BDR Suite is tailored to meet the data protection needs of the small and medium businesses and empowers them with top-notch features for Business Continuity and High Availability.
Vembu BDR Suite is an all-inclusive solution that offers data protection for diverse IT environments (Physical/Virtual/Cloud) irrespective of the size and type of business.
Have a glimpse of the Vembu BDR Suite of Products categorized based on different IT environments.
- Virtual Environment
Vembu VMBackup protects the business critical servers that are running on VMware and Hyper-V environment. Vembu VMBackup is offered via two editions: Standard and Enterprise and also provides up to 50% discount for businesses having up to 6 CPU-sockets. VMBackup provides multiple features for backup configurations and recovery options to ensure business continuity. Users can even establish a 3-2-1 backup strategy with Vembu Tape Backup for VMware and Hyper-V servers.
Features of Vembu VMBackup
- Agentless backup solution for VMware and Hyper-V
- Agentless VMware Replication for High Availability
- Quick VM Recovery to ensure an RTO < 15mins
- Instant File level Recovery
- Cross-Platform migration (V2V, V2P)
- Windows IT Environment
Vembu ImageBackup protects the physical Windows servers and endpoints and ensures business continuity for Windows IT environment. All Windows Desktops/Laptops backups are free forever. Users may also opt Vembu Tape Backup as secondary backups.
- Image-Level Backup
- Quick VM Recovery
- File-level recovery
- Disk/Partition Recovery
- Bare Metal Restore (BMR)
- Cross-Platform Migration (P2V)
- File Servers, Applications and Endpoints
Vembu Networkbackup is designed to backup files, folders, and applications on Windows, Linux and Mac, that are critical to businesses.
Vembu OnlineBackup is a reliable & flexible cloud solution to backup files/folders and MS-applications on Windows, Linux and Mac. The backup data is stored on Vembu cloud and can be restored from anywhere at anytime.
- Continuous Data Protection
- Retain files that you need along with its versions, spanning years
- Encrypt your data, both at-rest and in-flight
- Cloud Environment (SaaS Applications) – Microsoft Office 365 and G Suite
Vembu SaaSBackup lets you backup the Office 365 and Google Apps contents like Mails, Calendars, Contacts and OneDrive and then stores them on Vembu cloud.
- Offsite Copy
Vembu OffsiteDR, caters to the Disaster Recovery needs of businesses. It provides extended data protection to your critical business data by replicating from production site to offsite data center, to safeguard your business during unexpected disasters.
Vembu CloudDR ties together your Business Continuity plan by replicating all your backup to Cloud hosted in AWS. This reduces the cost of setting up an expensive offsite-infrastructure for DR purposes.
Centralized Monitoring Tool
Vembu BDR360 is a monitoring tool that helps in managing the overall backups configured with an efficient report generation process, thus providing an end to end visibility.
Vembu BDR Suite – Free edition
Vembu BDR Suite Free Edition is suitable for both virtual environments like VMware, Hyper-V and also for physical environments. It is free forever. The free version does not have major restrictions and can perform full image backup and recovery of both physical and virtual machines, granular recovery of files, folders and applications,
Free Products offered by Vembu are as follows:
Product Presentations and Webinars:
Download the following Whitepapers for Free:
- True 15-Minute RTO for Mission-Critical VM Systems.
- Optimize RPO & RTO While Enhancing DR Resilience
- By Virtualizing Its Backup Repository as a File System, Vembu Changes the Dynamics of Data Protection for Business Applications in a vSphere Environment
- Does Backup Need a File System of its Own? A Deep Dive Into VembuHIVE File Systems