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NAKIVO is a US corporation founded in 2012. NAKIVO develops a fast, reliable, and affordable data protection solution for VMware, Hyper-V, and cloud environments. Over 10,000 companies are using NAKIVO Backup & Replication to protect and recover their data more efficiently and cost effectively, while over 150 hosting, managed, and cloud services providers are using NAKIVO’s software to deliver VM BaaS and DRaaS to their customers. NAKIVO has a global presence with over 2,000 channel partners in 124 countries worldwide.

Hyper-V Nested Virtualization Explained

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Windows Server 2016 is the newest addition to the popular Windows Server family of operating systems. The 2016 version introduces several useful new features, including features specifically designed for the Hyper-V virtualization platform. The application area for the latest version of Hyper-V has been expanded due to these improvements. Nested virtualization is a new feature […]

NAKIVO Backup & Replication v7.5 is Now Released

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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 include support for vSphere 6.7, Advanced Bandwidth Throttling, Cross-Platform Recovery, and compatibility with two new storage devices. Meet NAKIVO Backup & Replication v7.5! Download v7.5 […]

Global Search in NAKIVO Backup & Replication Video

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NAKIVO Backup & Replication allows you to search for components of your backup infrastructure by their names. Simply click on the eyeglass icon at the right upper corner, type in the search term, and have results displayed to you. You can filter the results to narrow down your search and choose which actions to perform […]

Recover Your Hyper-V VMs in a Matter of Minutes

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After a disaster, you often need to recover a virtual machine (VM) in the shortest amount of time possible, whether for the purposes of re-starting business-critical applications or recovering files. Regular recovery of the entire VM can take too long for businesses that need to urgently resume operations. To let you recover VMs on an […]

v7.4 Sneak Peak – Find out What’s in Store for NAKIVO Customers

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The upcoming NAKIVO Backup & Replication v7.4 provides new features to streamline data recovery, enhance reliability, and simplify data protection management. Sign up for the v7.4 Beta Program and try out all the new features yourself. Beta Program participants who complete the program requirements are eligible to receive an Amazon gift card! The new version […]

What Is Incremental Backup?

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The amount of data that businesses have to deal with today forces them to look for faster working and more reliable backup software. With so much business-critical data needing to be backed up on a regular basis, it is essential to use technologies that can help save space, time, and money, all while ensuring the […]

Hyper-V Backup Guide for VMware Administrators

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With Microsoft Hyper-V gaining more market share and coming of age, VMware administrators are finding themselves having to administer Hyper-V alongside vSphere in their environments. There are certainly similarities in administering the various hypervisors, including VMware and Hyper-V, but there are also subtle (if not more major) differences as well. Often, out of habit, we […]

NAKIVO Backup & Replication – Get the Basic Edition at $99 per Socket

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Missed on our 2017 Q4 promo? Don’t worry – we’re extending it through Q1 of this year! This means that you can still get up to 2 licenses of NAKIVO Backup & Replication Basic Edition at only $99 per socket. What is NAKIVO Backup & Replication Basic Edition? The new Basic Edition offers all the […]

Thick and Thin Provisioning for VMware Disks: What is the Difference?

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In this article, we are going to consider the storage pre-allocation aspect of virtual disk settings in detail and find out what thick and thin provisioning are, how they differ, and which of these storage pre-allocation types is better for your infrastructure. Thick Provisioning Thick provisioning is a type of storage pre-allocation. With thick provisioning, […]

What is the Difference Between AWS Snapshot and Backup?

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Ever-increasing amounts of business-critical data, particularly in virtualized environments and in the cloud, have shaped the need for reliable data protection technologies. Many of these technologies have emerged over the last few years, offering a wide selection of options and flexibility in choosing the right solution. The plethora of options, in turn, has led to […]

Choosing the Right Hyper-V Backup Strategy

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Microsoft’s Hyper-V hypervisor has gained tremendous traction in enterprise datacenters lately, with many organizations now running their business-critical infrastructure on Hyper-V. With that being said, choosing the right Hyper-V backup strategy is key for making sure your Hyper-V data protection operations are effective. Additionally, it is essential to choose the right data protection product to […]

NAKIVO Helps a Hosting Provider Save €25,000 in Backup Cost

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Phi Medien Systeme GmbH, a hosting and cloud services provider, headquartered in Jülich, Germany, is using NAKIVO Backup & Replication to back up and near-instantly recover VMware VMs with Flash VM Boot, while also saving €25,000 in backup costs. NAKIVO Inc., a fast-growing software company for protecting virtualized and cloud environments, has announced today that […]

COZZINI Saves 40% on VM Backup Costs by Selecting NAKIVO

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OZZINI LLC., a leading provider of food processing equipment, headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, is using NAKIVO Backup & Replication installed on a Synology NAS to back up and recover VMware VMs, while reducing VM backup budget by 40%. NAKIVO Inc., a fast-growing software company for protecting virtualized and cloud environments, has announced today that COZZINI […]

What Is a Recovery Time Objective (RTO)?

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The scope of downtime-related damage might seem hard to appreciate… until, that is, you measure it in cold hard cash. In a dedicated survey by ITIC (Information Technology Intelligence Consulting), 98 out of 100 companies stated that a single hour of downtime per year cost them over $100,000. For some of them (e.g., financial companies), […]

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