Storage for data protection.
One system. So many possibilities.
Start all over again…
Unfortunately, in most cases this ignores reality. Existing maintenance contracts and ongoing write-offs make a step-by-step modernization of the backup storage environment necessary.
To avoid even higher complexity at the end than before, the Silent Brick System covers all requirements for a modern data backup - and can replace RAIDs and tapes step by step or add missing parts to your environment.
The Silent Brick Flash.
Equipped with 12 fast SSDs, data transfer rates of up to 1 GB/s are possible with the Silent Brick Flash. This makes it ideal for daily incrementals and allows virtual machines to be started directly from the backup during recovery.
The Silent Brick DS.
Equipped with 12 hard disks in 3.5-inch format, the Silent Brick DS offers the best balance between high capacity and low storage costs - ideal for long-term full backups and as a target for backup archives. The Silent Brick DS also cuts a fine figure as an S3-compatible object store.
(Re-) Movable Storage:
The Silent Brick (VTL).
The Silent Brick is also equipped with 12 hard disks and offers maximum data security in VTL mode thanks to erasure coding and a linear file system. As a virtual tape, it is directly controlled by the backup software and can thus also be "ejected" - true air gap, without tape.
Silent Brick DS / Flash.
In parallel every volume in the Silent Brick System can be provided as a S3 compatible object store. Depending on performance requirements, the Silent Brick DS with high capacity or the Silent Brick Flash with high speed are the right choice.
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When did backup become so complicated?
A backup serves to protect against data loss. If an original is lost, you still have a copy as a safeguard, as a "backup".
Data protection could be that simple in a world without RTO and RPO, ransomware and natural disasters. But today, an IT administrator needs to think much more about what a secure, reliable and affordable backup strategy looks...