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LiveVault Knowledgebase/Backup and Restores
One unique benefit of LiveVault is the option to protect data continuously, throughout the day, not just at night, like most backup software. Once a customer subscribes to the LiveVault InSync, they perform what we call an initial synchronization of...
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LiveVault Knowledgebase/Backup and Restores
LiveVault offers different data retention levels for customers. Our standard offering is 30-day retention, where we will provide multiple copies per day for the past 2 consecutive days, 6-hour versions for 2 weeks and weekly copies for the remainder...
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LiveVault Knowledgebase/Backup and Restores
LiveVault offers different delivery mechanisms for restoring customer data. Most customer restore requests are performed via the secure Internet connection. With “Delta Restore”, LiveVault just restores the pieces of files that are different -...
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LiveVault Knowledgebase/Backup and Restores
There is a significant amount of redundancy and fault tolerance built into LiveVault InSync at every level. For instance, the entire service operations center is virtual (totally web-based) and a secondary facility is available if the primary...
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LiveVault Knowledgebase/Backup and Restores
This is actually a fairly common question about LiveVault. Many companies have had bad experiences in the past with failed restores from “successful backups”. As a fully managed service, LiveVault takes on the responsibility of day-to-day...
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LiveVault Knowledgebase/Backup and Restores
LiveVault InSync does not currently support clusters.
Friday, 23 October 2009
LiveVault Knowledgebase/Backup and Restores
There is tremendous redundancy and fault tolerance in all aspects of LiveVault InSync. All customer data exists on at least two autonomous vaults, in addition to an appliance (for customers using the TurboRestore appliance) There are...
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LiveVault Knowledgebase/Backup and Restores
Absolutely not. Customer data only resides (encrypted) on LiveVault Vaults. On these vaults, no files are ever or could ever be opened and no files are ever executed. As a result, no viruses can ever be spread on a vault from either outside sources...
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LiveVault Knowledgebase/Backup and Restores
The best rule of thumb for determining which data to protect is the following: “protect your entire system, then exclude the things you KNOW you don't need to be able to recover.” Customers have the choice of exactly which data they want to...
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LiveVault Knowledgebase/Backup and Restores
Yes (if you are protecting all the files necessary to rebuild the system). LiveVault allows customers to quickly and reliably recover entire systems after any type of failure event.
Friday, 23 October 2009


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