Why vCloud Tech?Connect ExaGrid Appliances to Form a Single Unparalleled, Cost-effective Scale-Out System

ExaGrid is a two-tiered storage solution that includes a network-facing delayed delete tier and immutable objects that can be recovered from ransomware attacks. Indeed, It supports over 25 backup programs and utilities, regardless of size or age, that combine and match into one system that can support capacities up to 2.7PB; full backup and retention for each ExaGrid appliance has processor as well as memory and network ports so that, as data grows it will have all the resources accessible to ensure a fixed-length backup window. The Tiered backup offered by ExaGrid Storage for the backup line comprises seven appliance models. Each appliance is built to accommodate an entire backup and long-term storage.

Every ExaGrid appliance can combine and match on the same scale-out system as any other size or appliance, allowing consumers to purchase what they require when they require it. The pay-as-you-grow model lets up to 32 devices be included in one scale-out unit. The system can scale according to need by adding ExaGrid appliances that can instantly virtualize into a single scale-out device, increasing capacities and power, all while operating and managing as a single system. ExaGrid backup devices based on disks include scaling-out computing software that virtualizes them into one reservoir of capacity for the long term.

ExaGrid provides the most rapid backups, restores, and fast VM recovery:

  • It supports more than 25 backup software and utilities. It also allows multiple ways of working within the same application.
  • Up to 32 appliances can scale within a single scale-out device and capacities of up to 2.7PB complete backup and retention.
  • Storage capacity divides into Landing Zone and retention repository (standard 50/50, flexible adaptation).
  • ExaGrid’s Disk-Cache Landing Zone provides rapid backups, restores, and fast VM recovery.
  • The repository for the retention tier stores duplicated data and has the most affordable cost for long-term¬†ExaGrid storage.
  • WAN Optimizes Replication.
  • Management and extensive reporting through WEB monitoring, email alerts, and SNMP.
  • Installation guides for all backup software accessible within the management tool, installation assistance via WebEx session.
  • Quick VM Recovery and Retention Time-Lock ensure recovery after an attack with ransomware.
  • Secure data in transit with AES encryption 256 bits. AES encryption.
  • ExaGrid Tiered Backup Storage:
     ExaGrid offers tiered backup storage, including the unique Landing Zone for disk caches, a long-term storage repository, and a scale-out structure.
  • Recovery 20x faster:
     With the latest backup copy saved in the exclusive ExaGrid disk-cache Landing Zone VM, boots and restores happen 20 times faster than other solutions.
  • Performance Degradation:
     ExaGrid system scale-out architecture ensures that the backup window is kept short as data expands. It is easy to accommodate growth by adding more appliances to the setup. The result is the fastest possible backup times while keeping these times as your data increases over time.
  • Unrivalled support:
     Customers love our service, and we hope you do too. Each customer has a personal Expert in Customer Service Level 2. Upgrades and releases are included in maintenance, and all systems come with proactive health status monitoring.
  • Linear scaling:
    ¬†scale-out architecture, affordable upfront and in time as data grows and the forklift is not upgraded or the product’s obsolescence.
  • There is no extension of Backup Windows as the volume of data grows:
     By adding full appliances, ExaGrid maintains consistently fast backups and fixed times for backups as the volume of data increases.

Reliability and Redundancy

Companies using an appliance that uses disks to store their essential backup data must carefully consider how the appliance is design to ensure reliability and redundancy. Indeed, the shortcomings in a product’s design or design may result in a cost reduction; however, those savings are quickly wipes out by the potential risk and costs to an organization of losing specific or all backup data. ExaGrid’s product line¬†and implementation have numerous aspects of redundancy and reliability, making it possible for organizations considering disk-based backup equipment to decide which vendor to choose.

Cost Effectiveness Up Front

When using ExaGrid Tiered Storage for Backups, backups are directly written to a landing zone for disk cache, eliminating inline processing and guaranteeing the best possible backup performance. This results in the shortest timeframe for backups. Adaptive Deduplication can perform Deduplication and replication in parallel with backups while giving complete system resources to backups to ensure the most robust Offsite Recovery Point (RPO). So, the available system cycles are used to carry out Deduplication and offsite replication to provide a high-quality backup point for the recovery location. After completing the process, the onsite data is secure and instantly accessible in its original unduplicated form for speedy restorations, VM Instant Boot and Recoveries, and tape copies. In contrast, offsite data is prepared to be used in disaster recovery. So,  This makes it possible for ExaGrid to become more economical initially than an inline or block deduplication system.

Cost Effectiveness as Data Grows

ExaGrid’s integrated Landing Zone with unique architecture and full appliances with a scale-out design provides the most efficient approach to expanding as data increases. Each ExaGrid appliance added to the system is an all-inclusive server with added processing, memory, bandwidth, and storage resources. Backup capacity can keep up with data growth that continues over time simply by including ExaGrid devices in your system. Certainly, There are no upgrades to forklifts and no further costs to be consider. So, Other devices that utilize inline, block-level Deduplication do not support a scaling-out architecture and therefore are more expensive to expand. Instead of boosting capacity by adding servers to complete, only shelves for disks are added as the data gets bigger.

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