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Acronis True Image Echo Server for Linux is a backup solution that lets you create images of live servers while running


Acronis True Image Echo Server for Linux allows you to create an exact, live Linux server disk image, including the operating system, databases, and applications for a complete server backup and disaster recovery. After a system crash, Acronis True Image Echo Server for Linux allows you to perform the entire server restore in just minutes, not hours or days.

Acronis True Image Echo Server for Linux includes the following key features:

  • Restore the entire Linux servers in minutes after any unforeseen event
  • Backup image encryption - You can password-protect your images using various levels of encryption up to 256 bits
  • Modify images - Mount images in read/write mode and apply changes directly
  • Automatic image verification - Peace of mind by ensuring that images have been verified for integrity and can be used for restoration
  • Differential backups - Decrease the number of backups you manage
  • File-based backups - Flexible system protection by backing up selected files and folders
  • Exclude files from file backups - Capture only business data and save space in storage archives
  • Custom scripts before/after backups - Facilitate compliance with company-wide backup policies
  • Throttling to control hard disk write speed and network bandwidth usage - Minimize disruptions of business operations
  • Create CDs with bootable images and bootable recovery media ISOs - Eliminate the need to have separate recovery media and provide flexibility for application management

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See also Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 Editions