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ExaGrid Webinar Review

ExaGrid Webinar Review

February 8, 2019  Like By 0 Comments

We were pleased to have the opportunity to connect with you and to hear from Christopher Snell, an expert in backup and VM Ware with over 18 years of experience in the Backup and Disaster Recovery IT industry. The webinar provided a valuable insight into how businesses can use small backup windows and VW Recovery efficiently, and we hope you found it valuable.


If you missed the webinar, don’t worry! You can watch the webinar or review any of the topics covered at your convenience with the video below.


ExaGrid is a scale-out disk backup system which is supported by a wide range of mainstream backup software vendors. This allows for a range of benefits of over vendors, including faster restoration of VMs, as well as the ability to enhance the backup performance with every added node, allowing organisations to not have to worry about performance limitations or forklift upgrading costs.

The ExaGrid platform is designed to address two main concerns that businesses face. These are how the business can protect and manage an ever-increasing amount of data, and how this can be done in a cost-effective manner. This is achieved in the ExaGrid solution by providing the shortest possible backup window, ensuring a consistent backup window no matter how much data grows in the future, and making it quick and easy to restore or recover data.


  • VM instant recoveries in minutes
  • No backup window growth
  • Lowest cost solution up front
  • The shortest backup window
  • Fastest recovery from a disaster

To find out how they are able to achieve these commitments, visit the ExaGrid page on our website here.

If you have any questions, or if you’d like to discover how you can use the techniques discussed to empower your disaster recovery and backup solution, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Our friendly team are available on 0203 666 5222 from Monday to Friday to help with any concerns or queries you might have.

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