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NetApp Cloud Backup (formerly AltaVault) AVA-c8 version 4.4.1

NetApp Cloud Backup (formerly AltaVault) AVA-c8 version 4.4.1

By: NetApp, Inc. Latest Version: 4.4.1v1

This version has been removed and is no longer available to new customers.

Product Overview

DO NOT USE THIS APPLIANCE FOR NEW DEPLOYMENTS. This appliance is intended for existing AltaVault customer use only for long term access and recovery of data stored by existing AltaVault deployments to AWS infrastructure. The AltaVault appliance family has reached the end of availability (EOA) at this time. End of life (EOL) and end of support (EOS) for AltaVault will occur on 12/31/2023, at which point users will no longer be able to get support for any AltaVault related issues.
The NetApp® Cloud Backup (formerly AltaVault) appliances for AWS can be used for two primary purposes: to recover on-premises workloads in the cloud or to efficiently protect cloud-based workloads. For organizations without a secondary disaster recovery location, or for companies looking for extra protection with a low-cost tertiary site, Cloud Backup appliances are the key to enabling cloud-based disaster recovery. Using on-premises Cloud Backup physical or virtual appliances, data is seamlessly and securely protected in the cloud. If the primary site is unavailable, customers can quickly spin-up Cloud Backup and recover data to Amazon EC2.
If you already have production workloads running in Amazon EC2, you know that protecting those workloads in the cloud is just as critical as if they were running on-premises. Cloud Backup appliances for AWS offer an efficient and secure approach to backing up cloud-based workloads. Using your existing backup software, Cloud Backup deduplicates, encrypts, and rapidly migrates data to Amazon S3 or Glacier. The AVA-c8 offers ingest rates of up to 300GB/hr in backup mode and 175GB/hr in cold storage mode. It can support up to 20TB of cloud capacity, which can represent up to 600TB of data after deduplication.



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Linux/Unix, Other 4.4.1

Delivery Methods

  • Amazon Machine Image

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