What’s ActiveImage Protector™ ?

ActiveImage Protector is an enterprise-level backup and disaster recovery solution that supports both physical and virtual (Hyper-V/VMware), Windows/Linux, On-Premise/Cloud environments. ActiveImage Protector is the fastest and most powerful data protection solutions on the market, and provides all the necessary tools for enterprise deployment and management, immediate system recovery, switch-over availability, and virtual migration.

  • Image based backup

    Image based backup

    ActiveImage Protector™ backs up your entire machine, including the OS, settings, data files and applications, and access rights into a single image file. When disaster strikes, select a backup image to quickly restore for a fast and complete recovery.

  • Support for Cluster Environments

    Support for Cluster Environments

    ActiveImage Protector™ Cluster Edition  supports cluster environments such as Windows Server Failover Clustering. Even when failover from the backup node to the other node takes place, incremental backup chains of Clustered Shared Volume File System (CSVFS) volumes can be continued on the other node. The clustered volumes, including the system volume (mirrored volume), can be booted up without difficulty upon restoration. Quorum configuration in a clustered environment can be obtained and restored.

  • Direct-To-Cloud Backup

    Direct-To-Cloud Backup

    Backup systems directly to cloud storage. Supported public cloud storage services include Amazon S3 and Azure as backup destinations. In addition, Direct-To-Cloud Backup also supports SFTP servers as backup destinations.

  • File Backup

    File Backup

    A new file backup option providing granular point-in-time backup and restore of specific files and folders.

  • Faster and smaller backup with Smart Sector™ technology

    Faster and smaller backup with Smart Sector™ technology

    ActiveImage Protector™’s Smart Sector™ technology only backs up the used sectors on a disk, resulting in faster backup and smaller backup files.

  • LTO Tape Support

    LTO Tape Support

    Support for LTO as a backup destination. Backup data saved on tape can be physically isolated from ransomware attacks and ensures long-term archival stability.

  • Incremental backup of CSVFS volumes

    Incremental backup of CSVFS volumes

    Cluster Shared Volume File System (CSVFS) volumes can be backed up incrementally by using the wizard for “CSV backup”. Even when failover from the backup node to the other node takes place, CBC technology maintains incremental backup continuity of CSVFS volumes on the other node.

  • Save storage space with IDDC

    Save storage space with IDDC

    Our Inline Data Deduplication Compression (IDDC) feature eliminates duplicate data while simultaneously compressing it, resulting in a significant reduction in backup storage requirements. An included advanced option, IDDC has no impact on backup processing time. No additional deduplication hardware or software purchase is necessary.

  • Disk-To-Disk Copy

    Disk-To-Disk Copy

    A new disk-to-disk copy option that supports physical disks and volumes, for a complete sector by sector copy. The Disk-to-disk Copy feature can select the entire disk or a specific volume to copy, or copy to a higher capacity disk or volume.

  • Boot Environment

    Boot Environment

    Perform faster disaster recovery and cold back-ups with ActiveImage Protector’s™ Windows PE (Actiphy BE Builder) and Linux based boot environments. Linux-based Boot Environment boots up on memory. Windows-based Boot Environment can be built without installation of Windows ADK.

  • Image Target Server

    Image Target Server

    Utilize iSCSI targets and NFS exports to emulate backup images as virtual disk files for flexible and immediate recovery or migration.

  • Cluster Environment License

    Cluster Environment License

    Regardless whether physical machine or virtual environment, you need one license for one cluster environment configured with two nodes. 1 license is required to back up one clustered virtual machines on different hosts configured with 2 nodes.