Unitrends Free Backup software for Hyper-V and VMware

Unitrends Free is packed with enterprise features, such as cloud integration and instant VM recovery, and protects up to 1.0 TB of data. It is available as a virtual appliance for Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware vSphere.

Unitrends Free for Hyper-V and VMware

Unitrends Free Backup software for Hyper-V and VMware

Unitrends Enterprise Backup Free Edition, now called Unitrends Free, protects virtual and physical environments both locally and in the cloud.  UEB is available as a virtual appliance integrated with both Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware vSphere, and offers all the advantages of their physical backup appliance solutions, but with the flexibility of a software-only deployment

Notable features of Unitrends Enterprise Backup are:

  • Ability to protect the virtual environment as well as physical servers
  • Instant recovery of virtual machines & VMware guests
  • File-level recovery of files and folders.
  • Rotational archiving to disk, tape, NAS and SAN. Ability to archive data to tertiary storage for long-term retention
  • Automated backup scheduling with flexible strategies.
  • The paid version offers physical appliances in addition to our virtual appliance UEB software for the IT admin who wants a separate appliance and storage for backups.
  • Able to protect truly heterogeneous environments
  • 40+ operating systems with agents
  • File-level, block-level, and appliance-level protection are included. It can protect RDM’s.

Unitrends Enterprise Backup is deployed as a Hyper-V or VMware virtual appliance, and already includes support for Windows Server 2012. The Free Edition can be downloaded HERE. It offers protection to up to 4 VM’s only.

If you are a VMware and MSFT certified professional, you can request for a free NFR license of its paid version.

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