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A Cost-Effective, End-to-End Continuity Solution

SynerTech HybridCloud BDR is an image-based backup and disaster recovery service that allows businesses to leverage the reliability and performance of the SynerTech Cloud and with a single solution, minimizing the risk and cost of downtime. The service combines advanced backup software with an onsite appliance for storage and local disaster recovery, along with offsite replication to the SynerTech Cloud.

SynerTech HybridCloud BDR uses an advance agent software to captures chain-free backups of a server every few minutes, capturing its data, operating system, applications, and configurations, and replicating those images to the SynerTech Cloud of your proximity.

SynerTech HybridCloud BDR software is bundled with 2TB of included storage per protected server and 500GB for workstations in the SynerTech Cloud Storage.

Businesses have multiple recovery options in the event of a server failure or site-wide disaster, including recovery in the SynerTech Cloud. In the event of site-wide disaster, client servers can be virtualized in the SynerTech Cloud as your Business Continuity strategy to be accessed from any remote location and keep your business operations up and running in minutes.

SynerTech BDR Backup Disaster Recovery provides flexible deployment options. Built on a Linux Ubuntu hardened kernel, SynerTech BDR Solution can run on virtually any server hardware appliance, with no need for a Windows server operating system license.


A hybrid cloud solution like SynerTech’s Total Data Protection Platform safeguards business continuity for SMBs in two important ways:

1. It ensures that all data, applications and server images are safely stored off-site.

Local backups aren’t much good in the event of a building fire or extreme local weather. With a hybrid solution, those contingencies won’t threaten an SMB—because everything of business value is safely in three locations: on-premise and in two remote cloud datacenters.

2. it allows data, applications and server images to be accessed from any failover location

Business continuity isn’t just about storing backups. It’s about spinning up failover systems as quickly as possible. With hybrid cloud backups, those failover systems can start running instantly on on-premise hardware if the problem is just a device failure. But if a real disaster strikes, hybrid cloud allows an SMB to run its critical applications off virtual machines in the cloud—which users can access from branch offices, home PCs, laptops or any other authorized systems—until such time as normal IT operations can be restored.




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