Agent-less, Stable, Cost-effective
Backup for KVM environments

Storware offers a modern data protection solution that provides backup and recovery of VMs running in KVM and KVM-based environments. With vProtect you can significantly improve the performance of your data center, automate recovery tests, and thus easily save resources, time, and money. Highlights:

  • support for QEMU 2.1+ (QCOW2-based VMs need libvirt with blockcommit feature)
  • full backup of QCOW2 or LVM-based (LVM thin pool support) VMs
  • incremental backup for QCOW2/RAW file-based storage
  • Ceph support + mixed volume types support
  • intuitive HTML5 Web Interface
  • open API for 3rd party software integration
  • snapshot management
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Feature Highlights

Snapshot Management

Snapshots greatly simplify and improve the efficiency of backup and recovery operations because they allow you to capture the contents of a volume at a specific point in time.

File-level Restore

File-level restore (FLR) allows you to access individual files via Web UI using mounted backups. This allows you to read copies of files or restore them from restore points to any other available location.

HTML5 Web UI

Easy to use and intuitive management (HTML5 web UI and CLI) – With an intuitive and modern UI, you can quickly set up protection and store backups in several different backup providers, automate recovery tests and reduce daily management time.

Recovery Plans

Automated disaster recovery – test backup automatically to ensure recoverability.

Enterprise-Ready Backup and Recovery Solution

Storware vProtect features best in class backup tools for open virtual machines, containers and cloud. It is able to backup virtual machines (VMs) running on variety of platforms: Citrix Hypervisor, Red Hat Virtualization, RHV, oVirt, KVM, Proxmox, Nutanix AHV, Kubernetes as well as Openshift, OpenStack and AWS EC2. It provides high-speed recovery, snapshot based backup strategy, backup multiple virtualization platforms to multiple backup providers.

KVM – As part of the Linux kernel, it is open-source virtualization technology. Turns the Linux kernel into a hypervisor. It provides excellent application performance and a solid foundation for cloud-native and container-native workloads. But like other hypervisors, KVM virtual machines are also prone to multiple failures, hence the need for backups.

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Under one license we give you unparalleled freedom of choice – starting from the hypervisor and ending at the backup destination. That’s the way we build future proof solutions.