Asigra Inc., a cloud backup, recovery and restore software provide, is introducing Asigra TrueNAS Backup Appliance, at the VMworld conference in Las Vegas this week.
In partnership with iXsystems, the new backup solution combines Asigra Cloud Backup V14 software with iXsystems’ TrueNAS storage, featuring the OpenZFS open source file system and volume management for unprecedented flexibility and data integrity.
The Asigra TrueNAS Backup Appliance is a physical hardware solution configured with Asigra Cloud Backup Software version 14.
The software converges data protection and cyber security to counter rapidly growing malware attacks on backup data, including ransomware Attack-Loops.
Asigra Cloud Backup allows IT and backup administrators to easily and effectively safeguard business data using extensive automation, powerful features, and an intuitive console that simplifies managed backup.
The new solution runs on iXsystems’ TrueNAS hybrid storage systems, offering High Availability (HA), superior scalability, flexibility, data integrity, and ROI. Models include the Asigra TrueNAS Backup Appliance X10, X20, M40 and M50, providing a range of capacities from 60TB to over 10PB.
Asigra’s enterprise-class client and backup system software will also be made available to run on the hundreds of thousands of FreeNAS systems in deployment, including the FreeNAS Mini. Remote FreeNAS systems and their associated clients and servers can be backed up via Asigra to a larger TrueNAS or FreeNAS system with global deduplication, instant recovery and RansomWare protection.
“The Asigra TrueNAS Backup Appliance is a very compelling choice for MSPs who need to quickly and reliably build out their backup service infrastructure without undue complexity or costs,” said Eran Farajun, Executive Vice President, Asigra. “This service provider optimized solution protects data in any environment, including VMware deployments in AWS, and delivers unrivaled flexibility for Asigra administrators and the business clients they support.”
As multi-functional storage, the appliances can be used as a general purpose NAS as well, providing support for every common operating system, hypervisor, and application.
The systems provide the choice of SMB, AFP or NFS for file storage, iSCSI for block storage, or S3-compatible APIs for object storage appliances and include a future-proof 128-bit “scale up” OpenZFS file system for decades of continuous use.
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