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vSphere Virtual Machine Protection with
Double-Take Availability

Vision Solutions’ Double-Take Availability for vSphere provides absolute workload protection, simplified administration, and non-disruptive workload mobility for vSphere/ESXi virtual hosts and clusters.

The agentless option of Double-Take allows you to protect guests in vSphere/ESXi without installing and managing multiple tool sets within the virtual machines.

Benefits of Double-Take Availability for vSphere

  • Comprehensive high availability and disaster recovery for VMs running on vSphere/ESXi virtual hosts and clusters
  • Uses your existing hardware, software and network hours
  • Enables easy, full-server failover in minutes, not hours
  • Integrates with Double-Take console to provide a single enterprise view and management of all Double-Take solutions
  • Flexes to fit your RPO goals
  • Protects entire virtual machine – regardless of OS
  • Creates and auto-provisions replica virtual machines into your virtual disaster recovery environment
  • Validates settings with pre-flight check
  • Protects complete workloads
  • Eliminates individual agent installation
  • Enables recovery from scheduled points-in-time
  • Provides faster, better, less expensive disaster recovery and business continuity
  • Enables continued protection while VM is dynamically moved to another host or datastore
  • Scales to support hundreds of VMs
  • Easy to download, deploy and run the virtual appliance, reducing installation time and support
  • Enables protection and recovery of a single virtual machine or all virtual machines on a specified vSphere host
  • Provides replication options such as compression and encryption, and the ability to manage and failover all virtual machines independently of one another