Business Continuity

The Only Backup and Disaster Recovery Solution That Offers Instant On- and Off-Site Virtualization, Backup Verification and True Business Continuity

The RedTechBDR Difference

RedTechBDR utilizes a new technology that dramatically simplifies the backup and recovery process. By employing inverse chain technology, RedTechBDR eliminates the traditional backup chain. RedTechBDR takes data directly from the server and converts it into virtual machines (.vmdk files) that can be booted instantly from a remote web interface. This new way of storing data allows for instant on- and off-site recovery and can prevent businesses from having to experience costly downtime in the event of a catastrophe. Following every backup, a test virtualization is performed and confirmation is sent via email. RedTechBDR sets the new standard for business continuity, providing companies with an advanced insurance policy against loss of data and downtime.

Screenshot Verification of Backups

RedTechBDR contains another industry-first feature: verification of backup, bootability and hardware independent restore. After a backup, the image file is test booted and a screenshot of the booted VM is emailed as confirmation that the backup occurred, that it’s bootable



and can be recovered instantly. Flexible scheduling for screenshot verifications allows you to set the parameters for the frequency of screenshot verifications, which can happen as often as every hour. When the automated verification occurs, the screenshot is emailed as part of your backup report. These screenshots are not only a useful resource to confirm data integrity, but also reveal server damage or corruption before it is readily apparent to users.

Supported Operating Systems for Screenshot Verifications:

Windows 2000, Windows XP, Server 2003, Windows Vista, Server 2008, Windows 7

Break Free From the Chain

The RedTechBDR backup process eliminates the area where problems arise most with a traditional backup process: the backup chain. RedTechBDR takes your data and converts it directly into a .vmdk file each time a backup occurs. Your most recent backup image is always the base image and does not rely on past incrementals to restore data. Since each backup is a fully bootable virtual machine, there is no need for a conversion process to occur before performing a restore. Finally, inverse chain technology means data is always available immediately. Users never have to worry about an incremental being damaged or a complicated roll up or restore process.


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