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    Bacula4Hosts - Standard Edition (SE) and Data Center Edition (DCE)

    Bacula4Hosts SE (Bacula4Hosts Standard Edition)

    Target Audience
    • Small to Mid Sized Providers


    Details
    • Utilize the Bacula4Hosts Director (control) Service hosted with Bacula4Hosts
    • Customers utilize their own storage devices to backup their own servers/virtual machines




    Bacula4Hosts DCE (Bacula4Hosts DataCenter Edition)
    Target Audience
    • Mid to Large Sized Providers


    Details
    • Install Bacula4Hosts Director Service on providers hardware within their facilities
    • Customers utilize their own Director (control) Server and their own Storage Servers to backup their servers/virtual machines
    • Now accepting Beta Customers for our DCE offering




    Bacula4Hosts (SE and DCE) Features:

    • Built on Bacula Open Source and Bacula Enterprise code base (over 10 years of maturity and proven reliability)
    • A near Continuous Data Protection (CDP) solution for Web Hosting Service Providers
    • Bare Metal Restore (BMR) capability for Linux and Windows Servers
    • Simple, easy to use Wizard Functionality to manage your backup/restore process and to manage your storage devices
    • File Level backup and restore capability for FreeBSD Servers
    • End User Self Service Restore capabilities for Shared Hosting customers (Linux, Windows and FreeBSD), Reseller Hosting customers (Linux, Windows and FreeBSD), OpenVZ VPS customers, XEN/KVM/VMware Virtual Machine customers, Dedicated Server Customers and Colocation customers)
    • Backup and Restore over WAN or LAN
    • Backup onsite and offsite with a single backup job
    • Special licensing model for providers with their own OnAPP Cloud Platform installs
    • Prebuilt End User Restore Modules for cPanel, DirectAdmin, Hsphere, Hostbill and WHMCS




    SE (Standard Edition) Pricing (monthly contract)

    Bacula4Hosts Account Fee = $5/month
    Server or stand alone VM = $14/month/server
    Includes:

    • Dedicated Server
    • OpenVZ/Virtuozzo Master Nodes (unlimited VPS containers)
    • Any Virtual Machine not attached to supported Cloud Platforms


    Supported Cloud Platforms
    OnAPP (XEN,KVM & VMWare)
    OnAPP Hypervisor = $8/month/OnAPP Hypervisor
    OnAPP VM = $3/month/OnAPP VM





    DCE (Data Center Edition) Pricing (annual contracts)
    • Pricing is dependent on volume
    • During beta program, we are looking for long term partners to continue to grow and develop the product. Custom pricing and commits are available during this period for qualified partners. Please contact us if you are interested in working with us and helping us further develop this product with direct input into the development process and roadmap




    Sample End User Restore Screen Captures can be seen HERE

    Bacula4Hosts GUI Screen Captures can be seen HERE


    For more information, please visit

    http://www.bacula4hosts.com

    or contact our sales department

    sales[at]bacula4hosts.com

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    Can users now restore their content from WHMCS directly on an OpenVZ setup?

    - Daniel
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    Quote Originally Posted by TmzHosting View Post
    Can users now restore their content from WHMCS directly on an OpenVZ setup?

    - Daniel
    Hello Daniel,

    with OpenVZ, we have decided to target that platform via SolusVM. So, yes, if you run SolusVM, your OpenVZ customers can self service restore their own data from within WHMCS

    For licensing, 1 bacula4hosts license backs up an entire OpenVZ node and all VPS containers.

    If you run xen and/or kvm on SolusVM - you would need a single license for each xen/kvm VM on the system - though, we are currently working on a hypervisor + vm licensing model for solusvm (similar to what we have with onapp already in place)

    thanks for your interest !

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    Quote Originally Posted by cartika-andrew View Post
    Hello Daniel,

    with OpenVZ, we have decided to target that platform via SolusVM. So, yes, if you run SolusVM, your OpenVZ customers can self service restore their own data from within WHMCS

    For licensing, 1 bacula4hosts license backs up an entire OpenVZ node and all VPS containers.

    If you run xen and/or kvm on SolusVM - you would need a single license for each xen/kvm VM on the system - though, we are currently working on a hypervisor + vm licensing model for solusvm (similar to what we have with onapp already in place)

    thanks for your interest !
    It's even better if it's from SolusVM.

    How does Bacula handle large backup nodes? Currently we are having lots of issues with R1Soft.

    - Daniel
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    Quote Originally Posted by TmzHosting View Post
    It's even better if it's from SolusVM.

    How does Bacula handle large backup nodes? Currently we are having lots of issues with R1Soft.

    - Daniel
    Hi Daniel,

    Bacula has been in the wild for 10 years (or longer) - its capabilities, etc are all really well documented. Its impact on servers is also pretty well documented. I guess every backup system needs some resource overhead cost in order to run (as does any process). I can say that on very large servers, with lots and lots of small files, very dynamic in nature - block level backups are not your friend. Block level backups (which we are adding as a selectable option) should be used in scenarios with very large files (ie PSTs, VM images, etc) that undergo frequent, small, block level changes. Bacula will likely take a bit longer to backup your servers (though much quicker on restores, especially BMR), but, the impact to your servers during backups will be significantly reduced.

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