CA ARCserve D2D r16 is a disk-based backup product for servers, desktops and laptops, designed to provide a fast, simple, and reliable way to protect and recover critical business information. CA ARCserve D2D is a light-weight solution for tracking changes on a machine at the block level and then backing up only those changed blocks in an incremental fashion. As a result, CA ARCserve D2D lets you perform frequent backups, thereby reducing the size of each incremental backup and providing a more up-to-date backup. CA ARCserve D2D also provides the capability to restore files/folders, volumes, and applications, and perform bare metal recovery from a single backup. The CA ARCserve D2D r16 for Windows Server Standard Edition protects Microsoft Standard/Enterprise Servers. It enables D2D snapshots at 15 minute intervals. CA ARCserve D2D r16 is integrated with CA ARCserve Central Protection and CA ARCserve Central Reporting applications; works with CA ARCserve Host-based backup for virtual servers; works with CA ARCserve Central Virtual Standby for faster system recovery and includes file copy to cloud, granular MS Exchange recovery, and built-in encryption.
Block-level infinite incremental backup
Like deduplication, this patent-pending technology uses less storage space, performs backups faster and puts less of a load on your production servers. Disk-to-disk backups are based on CA's block-level I2 technology that has been designed to intelligently manage backing up only blocks of data that have changed since the last backup and presenting a consolidated point-in-time view of the protected volume for multiple recovery types.
Protection for virtual servers
It provides a single user interface to help protect virtual servers as well as physical servers, saving training time and simplifying operations. Block-level I2 technology helps to reduce backup time, storage space, network usage, workload on the production servers and recovery time for virtualized servers.
Single snapshot backup with four restore types
It provides the ability to rapidly restore files, volumes, databases, or the entire system to any server in both physical and virtual environments from a single-pass backup. One snapshot helps ensure recovery of the data in the most efficient manner.
Bare metal recovery to dissimilar hardware
Bare metal restore offers a very fast way to recover a crashed server to the same or dissimilar hardware. It simply paints the picture of the original drive back onto the drive and restarts the system - reducing a process that can potentially take as much as 36 hours to just minutes.
Application-consistent snapshot backups
It ensures that the application is being properly quested and backed up from a consistent state for rapid application recovery. Application-specific actions are available to support proper application management during the backup process.
Dynamic documentation with web 2.0 interface
Provides documentation updates proactively delivered to your desktop. Fast and easy access to the latest product documentation pushed to you via the CA ARCserve D2D User Interface.
Point-in-time backup view
It provides a full point-in-time view of the disk for rapid recovery of files, folders, volumes and databases.
The I2 technology provides the ability to perform backups every 15 minutes for greater levels of protection and improved Recovery Point Objectives.
End user search and restoreProduct Highlights
Find and recover file- and folder-level items from user data sets without administrator intervention.
- Remote office/branch office protection
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