Keep critical systems online all the time
Carbonite Availability software keeps your business critical data and systems protected and always available on Windows and Linux servers.
- Push-button failover
- Near-zero downtime
- Virtually no data loss
Carbonite Availability Features
Continuous replication for always-on data protection
Rapid failover for recovery times of minutes
Replication between disparate physical, virtual and cloud
Multiple recovery points using historical snapshots
Encryption in-flight, compression, and bandwidth throttling
Easy, non-disruptive testing
Frequently Asked Questions
Who are Carbonite?
“Not so long ago, we used to protect important documents with a carbon copy. Then, computers came along. And we started losing data left and right. Now, whether your data lives on a computer, a server or in the cloud, Carbonite helps keep it safe from the common causes of data loss” (Carbonite).
What is data protection?
Data protection is the process in which you safeguard information or data from being lost, stolen or compromised in any way. As well as keeping the data secure it also ensures that the data is still usable for business purposes.
What is data replication?
Replication classically is to make an exact copy of something, and with data, it is no different. Where data replication differs from technology like snapshots is that replication is designed with the understanding that data is ever-changing — always being copied, appended to, overwritten or even deleted. Due to this inherent understanding, backup software can take advantage of replication technology to provide closer recovery point objectives (RPOs) and shorter recovery time objectives (RTOs) when compared to traditional backup and restore (Veeam).
What is high availability?
High availability is a service that is designed to minimise downtime. It refers to systems and solutions that are durable and which are likely to operate continuously, without failure for a long time. The term implies that a system has accommodations for failure in the form of redundant components and can recover from software or hardware failure automatically.
Why high availability is important for your business?
High availability improves organisations reliability and protects them from lost revenue when access to critical data and systems is interrupted. It also minimises the risk of data lost and reduces customer and production impact during planned maintenance.