This final recovery scenario is a bit of fun, designed to show off your creativity and push the boundaries of what’s possible. We want to see what recoveries can be achieved with some “out of the box” thinking. That’s why we created an “Extreme” category – for anyone who can use non-standard methods to do a successful recovery.
BackupAssist ER kept a copy of your data in the cloud – safely offsite. So, thereis no panic because your data is safe.
In this type of recovery you can take a physical or virtual source machine (the one that was backed up), and restore it to a physical or virtual destination (the recovery machine). In industry jargon, that’s known as having P2P, P2V, V2P and V2V recovery options.
BackupAssist ER kept backup copies of your data both locally and in the cloud. Your objective is to get running again as quickly as possible. That’s where the VM Instant Boot feature in BackupAssist ER can really help.
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