Carbonite Move

What it does?

Carbonite Move software allows you to have a risk free migration from any physical, virtual, or cloud… to any target system.

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Simple, non-disruptive migrations every time

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Carbonite Move quickly and easily migrates physical, virtual and cloud workloads to and from any environment with minimal risk and near-zero downtime. It creates a replica of the data, application, database or server to be migrated, and keeps it perfectly synchronized with the production system.

 

 

 

How does it work?

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  • After installing the software, Carbonite Move, the administrator selects the source and target servers through the console.
  • The console is where you can view and edit properties, encryption, compression, bandwidth consumption, credentials, licensing and notifications for servers to be migrated.
  • Once initiated, Carbonite Move performs an initial mirror of the data, applications, database or complete server being migrated.
  • Throughout the replication process, Carbonite Move automatically preserves cross dependencies, permissions, attributes and file names.
  • Cutting over to the target can be initiated manually or automated immediately upon completion of the replication mirror.

Carbonite Move Key Features!

  • Streamlined, automated migration of files, folders or entire servers
  • Scalable continuous replication, with minimal performance or bandwidth impact
  • Easy, non-disruptive testing
  • Supports physical, virtual and cloud-based systems—both primary and secondary
  • Offers freedom from lock-in to any specific hypervisor, cloud vendor or hardware
  • Comprehensive SDK for integration and automation
  • AES 256-bit encryption
  • 24/7 Award-winning technical support
  • Migrate to or from any public cloud with Carbonite Cloud Migration Powered by DoubleTake

Carbonite Move Supported Platforms

Operating systems:

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Any hypervisor, with native integration for:

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Any cloud platform, including:

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