Arcserve Appliances

Enterprise-ready software and industrial-grade hardware unite to create turnkey backup appliances for disaster recovery (DR) and application availability – now with Sophos Intercept X Advanced for unmatched defense against malware, exploits, and ransomware.

A FIRST AND LAST LINE OF DEFENSE AGAINST CYBER-ATTACKS

Arcserve backup appliances eliminate standalone, discrete products for threat prevention, ransomware disaster recovery and application availability.

A smarter, multi-layered solution is delivered by integrating onsite and offsite DR, backup and optional high availability with Sophos Intercept X Advanced for Server – proven endpoint protection that combines the industry’s top-rated malware detection and exploit protection.d

How It Works

Arcserve Appliances streamline your environment with a wide variety of deployment scenarios, including: single-site, primary site, cross-site, central appliance site, and a hybrid combination of on-premises local, remote, and cloud systems. Each appliance is a self-contained, “set and forget”, secure DR and backup solution architected with cloud-native capabilities, global source-based deduplication, multi-site replication, tape integration and automated data restore capabilities.

To protect data and system backups from ransomware and other attacks, Arcserve Appliances are integrated with Sophos Intercept-X Advanced for Server, advanced endpoint protection that combines a signature-based and signatureless malware detection, a deep learning neural network, anti-exploit technology, CryptoGuard anti-ransomware and WipeGuard technologies, to stop the widest range of endpoint threats.

Ransomware recovery is achieved through full integration with Arcserve UDP software, Arcserve UDP Cloud Hybrid, Arcserve Backup and Arcserve Replication and High Availability. The software is pre-installed on state-of-the-art hardware and delivered with a quick install kit and configuration wizard that makes them incredibly easy to deploy.

Protect Windows/Linux servers, virtual machines on VMware vSphere or Microsoft Hyper-V, data in Microsoft Exchange, SQL Server, Office 365, Oracle and other applications, as well as workloads in Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure.