Create Network Attached Storage datastores within the BMR storage, secured with local snapshots.
Leverage BMR's local storage space to create a scalable Network Attached Storage, without investing in new infrastructure. You can choose to create an object-level datashare via NAS to share data over file-based sharing protocols such as SMB, NFS, AFP, and SFTP. Alternatively, you can build a block-level datastore that imitates a locally-attached disk via iSCSI. Maintaining Network Attached Storage on BMR means you can secure your datastores locally via scheduled snapshots. Additionally, BMR NAS supports easy file sharing and collaboration.
Store all types of data - documents, audio, video, or image files — on your BMR device, without the expense and hassle of software installation.
BMR NAS offers seamless multi-user access and multi-protocol entry to the network share location which is hosted on the BMR device.
Configure your network share with either private or public access and assign users to the network share for secure collaboration.
Create iSCSI shares that offer higher performance due to fewer access levels separating the storage volume and your machine.
Collaborate with associates working across multiple operating systems and protocols with the centralized storage of the BMR NAS.
Schedule periodic backup of your datastores via local snapshots. You can perform point-in-time restore using the created snapshots.
Transfer the local snapshots to your IDrive cloud and enable the added security of a secondary repository in case of a disaster.
BMR's high-quality cloud replication supports high-speed data transfers and works well even with slow Internet connectivity.
In the event of a disaster or an unexpected technical breakdown, retrieve your data effortlessly from the cloud.
BMR uses AES-256 CCM encryption to secure your data stored on the cloud. Your data is also encrypted during transfer to the cloud.
Protect data against malware via snapshots. In case of an attack, restore files from a snapshot that was captured before the attack.
The BMR device strikes a balance for storage with performance by using HHD for storage and migrating the OS and swap space to SSD.
Host network shares on your BMR device and backup the data locally. You can also configure share access settings for collaboration.
Sign in to your BMR device interface, navigate to the 'NAS' tab, and click 'Create a new Share'.
Select a share type, configure the share settings, and schedule the local snapshots of the share.
Click 'Configure Share Settings'. In the 'Manage Share Access' section, set the access permissions and assign users.
Backup virtual machines running on ESXi hosts and vCenter servers
Easily restore your backed up virtual machines in a few steps
Transfer backups to IDrive cloud via BMR device or a temporary storage device