This once-off purchase (including unlimited licenses and software updates) ensures that an organisation’
The Titanium Appliance offers the best of both worlds – LAN for fast restore and offsite storage in the case of disaster recovery.
However, it is the option to extend this backup service onto the Cloud – either through Self-Service or Backup as a Service (Baas) - that enhances the appeal of the solution and combined technology.
Robert Kellerman, marketing manager of Attix5, says that there is a demand for backup solutions that offer flexibility, scalability and reliability.
To this end the Titanium Appliance uses Attix5’s integrated de-duplication to reduce the space as well as network resources required for backups and still provides full protection and recovery for both physical and virtual environments.
“This level of protection is offered irrespective of what server infrastructure is home to the data.” says Kellerman.
Attix5 backup software, featuring the Titanium Appliance, offers support for Microsoft® Exchange, SQL® Server and virtual instances on VMware, Hyper-V and more.
“This is a powerful offering that offers users true peace of mind regarding the backup of data, as well as the availability of cloud-based options to cater for all sizes of companies and meet all existing and expected requirements,”