Backup Solutions

VPLS can assist you with your offsite storage location to send your full and incremental backups to or create a full backup solution.
Whether you are running dedicated hardware or a virtualized environment, VPLS has the solutions for you. We use a combination of best in breed products
in order to deliver reliable enterprise grade backups, de-duplication, and even cross site replication to any world wide VPLS Internet Data Center.

VPLS backup and replication for Virtual Machines offers powerful features such as:

  • Automated Recovery

    Our experienced engineers run everything for you!

  • High compression ratios

    Reduce storage and network bandwidth consumption with higher compression ratios

  • VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V support

    Our backup solutions are supported on VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V

  • Incremental Backups

    We run incremental backups daily as well as full backups on a weekly basis

  • Microsoft Exchange

    Use the Microsoft Exchange file explorer to recover individual emails, contacts etc.

  • Microsoft SQL

    Restore your SQL databases with agentless transaction log backup and replay for faster recovery times.

  • Agent-less backup utility

    Everything is done at the vSphere level so there are no agents to install

  • Instant file level recovery

    Open a VMware VMDK image and extract files instantly

  • Instant Virtual Machine recovery

    Spin up a VM directly from the backup for Instant Recovery!

  • Recovery Verification

    We setup two annual tests with our customers to verify backup data

  • Universal File Level Recovery

    Mount any disk image to any guest OS to pull files directly from the image.

  • Veeam Cloud Connect

    Protect your on-premise Veeam Backups by storing a copy in the Krypt Cloud with Cloud Connect.

  • End-to-End Encryption

    Secure your backup data in transit or at rest with AES 256 encryption without compromising performance.

  • Notifications and Alerts

    All backup jobs are monitored by vTAC and we’ll let you know when and why a back up failed.