Category: Features

Advanced Bandwidth Throttling: Easily Control Your Bandwidth Consumption

Bandwidth throttling is the purposeful deceleration of network speed in order to allow for slower data exchange between applications via the network, even if the network is able to provide a higher ba ...

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Meet NAKIVO Backup & Replication v8.0 with Site Recovery

Excellent news! We have just released NAKIVO Backup & Replication 8.0 and entered the market of enterprise-grade disaster recovery solutions. This latest version includes advanced Site Recovery fu ...

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Cross-Platform Recovery Part 3: Exporting to VMware Workstation and VirtualBox

The two previous blog posts in this series have explored the Cross-Platform Recovery feature of NAKIVO Backup & Replication. The first part explained how the feature works and when it can be used, ...

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Cross-Platform Recovery Part 2: Export of Hyper-V VMs to VMware ESXi

The previous blog post introduced the new Cross-Platform Recovery feature that was released with NAKIVO Backup & Replication v7.5, making it possible to recover backed-up VMs across different virt ...

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Cross-Platform Recovery Part 1: Export of VMware VMs to Hyper-V

One of the key benefits of virtualization is the ease of migrating virtual machines (VMs) from one host to another. The task of migration becomes more difficult, however, when you are migrating from a ...

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NAKIVO Backup & Replication v7.5 – A New Version for Even Better VM Data Protection

NAKIVO is once again introducing a new and improved version of our flagship data protection software! This latest version with upgrades and improvements is now available for download. New features inc ...

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VM Failover Guide

The availability of VMs is essential for providing business continuity. When the services running on business-critical VMs become unavailable, companies can lose funds. To restore VM availability imme ...

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Easily Recover Files Back to Source VMs with NAKIVO Backup & Replication

Files or directories can occasionally get corrupted or deleted. Such loss of files could be caused by human error, hardware failure, malicious attacks, etc. If your infrastructure relies on virtual ma ...

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Automated VM Failover – Transfer Workloads to VM Replicas in a Few Clicks

Often, a disaster can cause the failure of both your physical infrastructure and your virtual environment. These situations are significantly mitigated if you have backed up and replicated your VMs to ...

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Global Search: Easily Find Unprotected Items in Your Infrastructure

When your virtual environment contains hundreds or thousands of virtual machines (VMs), finding a certain VM, backup, replica, job or other item might prove difficult. Performing a manual search can t ...

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