NakivoDeveloped for VMware vSphere, NAKIVO Backup & Replication offers comprehensive data protection for standalone ESXi workloads managed by vCenter.

With enterprise-grade functionality, the software solution provides efficient backups and ensures that your virtual machines, applications, and data are recovered in minutes.

NAKIVO Backup & Replication meets all the requirements of today’s agile IT infrastructures by simplifying vSphere data protection, improving VM backup performance, and ensuring data recovery.

NAKIVO Backup & Replication provides incremental backup and image-based, application-aware replication. Store backups locally, on tape, or in the cloud (Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure, Wasabi).

You can easily schedule jobs using the calendar panel on the product web interface and save up to 4,000 recovery points for each backup, rotating them using a GFS retention policy. You can also protect your VMs and EC2 instances more efficiently by leveraging changed block tracking (for VMware), resilient change tracking (for Hyper-V), or changed region tracking (for Nutanix), data transfer no LAN and network acceleration.

Why Nakivo?

Consistent image-based backup
Perform consistent backups based on VMware VM images. This means that the entire VM is captured during backup, including all disk and configuration files. This also ensures that data in applications, such as Microsoft Exchange, Active Directory, SQL, and SharePoint, remains transactionally consistent and ready for recovery.

Incremental backup
All VMware VM backup jobs use VMware Changed Block Tracking (CBT) to quickly identify changed data blocks. Only those changes (increments) are copied to the backup repository, resulting in faster and smaller backups.

Instant granular recovery
Instantly retrieve files and application objects you need when you need them. Whatever the scenario, you get fast and flexible agentless granular restores without having to recover an entire virtual machine first.

Instant VM recovery
For the tightest RTOs, use Flash VM Boot to boot your VM from a backup, either for recovery or sandbox testing. You do not need to run a full VMware VM recovery if you need to quickly restore a workload.