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StarWind Virtual Tape Library on Windows Server 2016

StarWind Virtual Tape Library on Windows Server 2016

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This product includes both of the software packages described below:

StarWind Virtual Tape Library on Windows Server 2016

Safety of mission-critical data is crucially important for your business. The more copies you have, the less is the risk of data damage or loss. StarWind Virtual Tape Library (VTL) allows you to create additional copy of backup data without any interference into your IT infrastructure by storing it in Amazon AWS public cloud. It enhances your backup plan cost-efficiently, since no new hardware is involved.

To insure your data against nearly any failure scenario, you must follow the 3-2-1 backup rule. It implies you should have 3 copies of your data, with the backup copies stored on 2 different media, and 1 of them stored in a remote location. This is what StarWind VTL helps to achieve, it stores your backup copy in Amazon AWS cloud safely and inexpensively.

Amazon EC2 running Microsoft Windows Server is a fast and dependable environment for deploying applications using the Microsoft Web Platform. Amazon EC2 enables you to run any compatible Windows-based solution on AWS' high-performance, reliable, cost-effective, cloud computing platform. Common Windows use cases include Enterprise Windows-based application hosting, website and web-service hosting, data processing, media transcoding, distributed testing, ASP.NET application hosting, and any other application requiring Windows software.


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Windows, Windows Server 2016 Base Windows Server 2016

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