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Is your Hyper-V backup solution disruptive or does recovery lack the granularity to restore individual files? HPE 3PAR Application Suite for Microsoft Hyper-V is an array-based, online virtual machine snapshot and recovery solution that gives superior control over data protection and recovery in Hyper-V environments.
By leveraging HPE 3PAR Virtual Copy Software, Recovery Manger enables administrators to non-disruptively create space-efficient, application-consistent, point-in-time snapshots to protect and recover Virtual Hard Disks (VHDs), individual virtual machines (VMs). The Application Suite for Recovery Manager includes Recovery Manager for Hyper-V and the VSS Provider software.
HPE 3PAR Recovery Manager for Hyper-V enables Hyper-V VMs to be quickly recovered to a known point-in-time or to the point-of-failure. This speeds up a variety of operations including rapid recovery of the application.
Array-based approach leverages HPE 3PAR Virtual Copy Software to create highly space-efficient snapshots to enable tighter Service Level Agreements (SLAs) without the use of separate agents installed on individual virtual machines.
Can be used for a variety of scenarios including change management (protecting virtual machines before applying new patches) and creating snapshots for testing and development purposes.
Snapshot instances are managed efficiently, from an easy-to-use graphical user interface on the host to reduce administration costs.
HPE 3PAR Recovery Manager Software for Hyper-V provides a simple, automated solution to enable administrators to efficiently protect and recover Virtual Hard Disks (VHDs), Hyper-V Virtual Machines (VMs) and individual files.
Scalable, non-duplicative snapshots allow administrators a greater number of backups for a frequent extended history of recovery points, giving flexibility when committing to a given Recovery Point Objective (RPO).
Delivers the flexibility to restore from snapshot or to directly and instantaneously mount the snapshot on the host, which allows administrators to offer increasingly aggressive Recovery Time Objective (RTO) SLAs to customers.