televaulting

televaulting

Continuous transmitting of data to vaults for backup purposes. The term was coined by TeleVault Technology Inc.
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According to the company, Stanhope's data is backed up automatically using hSo:VAULT, a managed service built upon Asigra's Televaulting software.
At Stanhope's office, a single Asigra Televaulting DS-Client discovers all servers, desktops and laptops connected to the local network and automates the backup of local data assets.
Televaulting 6.0 is high-performance agentless backup/recovery software for remote office protection.
Instead, AFCEE selected the Asigra Televaulting for Enterprises software for the main site backup simply based on its ability to more efficiently and reliably meet AFCEE's backup window and recovery time objectives.
The ability to restore servers quickly to operational status caused Miles to adopt a different view of the Televaulting software.
The Televaulting pricing model does away with traditional server-based or seat-based licensing model.
Since AFCEE now has responsibility for protecting data at its regional environmental offices in Atlanta, Dallas and San Francisco, Miles is now using the Televaulting software to protect those remote assets as well.
The partnership combines Nexsan's InfiniSAN disk-based storage hardware with Asigra's Televaulting multisite backup and recovery software.
One example comes from Canadian-based Asigra, which announced its BLM and Televaulting ILM-aware backup and recovery software package.
In fact, data storage has its own tree of life (Figure 1), which illustrates the divergence of the storage industry, including the divergence of data protection software which has added distinct branches for tape backup, mirroring, replication, D2D and now televaulting technologies.
A better solution is needed, which explains the technology divergence into distributed televaulting.
Televaulting is a new backup paradigm architected specifically for geographically dispersed environments.