Cloud Replication is a feature from IDrive BMR that lets you transfer all your backed up data from the BMR server to the IDrive cloud account. It helps you to create a secondary repository of your backups, thereby, ensuring adequate safety and easy access to your data when needed.
Information about cloud storage usage, total number of clients backed up to the cloud, count of recent backups and insights about IDrive cloud retention policy are displayed in the 'Cloud Replication' tab. Moreover, you can view the cloud replication status of all your clients too. Client name, amount of data transferred to the cloud, backed up drives, date and time of the last backup, etc. are displayed in the 'Cloud Replication Status' section.
To view client-wise cloud replication status, click against the required client. Type of backup (Full/Incremental) and other information will be displayed too.
Securely manage your backed up data from your physical machines and VMware servers in an efficient manner via IDrive BMR's cloud replication.
Create a secondary storage location of all your important files and folders on the cloud for easy access to your data.
Stay protected against unexpected technical breakdown, and retrieve your data during data loss situations effortlessly.
Free up your storage space on the servers by transferring data to the cloud and store critical data on the BMR server.
Replicate your backed up data from physical machines and VMware servers easily via the BMR web console.
Schedule your cloud backups on a daily basis or specific days of the week via the centralized web console.
Set backup parameters in a few seconds to initiate cloud replication of all backed up data.
Review the progress of all backups using logs, statistics and receive real-time updates on all cloud backups.
You can create a secondary storage of your data backed up from physical machines and VMware servers in a few simple steps:
Securely backup data to your IDrive cloud account
View the progress of your data backups and other information
All your data transferred from the local BMR device to the IDrive cloud account is encrypted with 128-bit SSL. To facilitate faster and more efficient virtualization and recovery, there is no encryption at rest for IDrive cloud accounts. However, an optional file system encryption can be enabled upon request. Rest assured the servers that store BMR cloud data are well protected from intrusion and attacks.