System Protection is the most feature-rich Hyper-V backup with support for granular restores, Data containers, CSV environments and can be used to recover both guests and hosts.
Using a single System Protection backups you can restore data from a Hyper-V host and from multiple Hyper-V guests.
These backups can also be used to:
BackupAssist stays current with Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V technologies so that you can enjoy the latest benefits:
BackupAssist's model makes value a key consideration in three significant ways.
Backups: All the standard backups types used to back up Hyper-V environments (System Protection, File Protection and File Archiving) are included in the standard BackupAssist licence. More importantly, licensing is for the host machine that BackupAssist is installed on, meaning a license is not required for each guest (virtual machine) on that host.
Restores: The Hyper-V Granular add-on (allows you to perform granular restores of guests) is licensed at the host level. That means one license will cover every virtual machine on that Hyper-V host.
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