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Varciti Cloud Backup

    Got really important data that it would be disastrous to lose? 

    Don’t panic. 

    Varciti Cloud Backup will fully protect your files, and as Managed Cloud experts, we’ll be ready to restore them quickly if the worst happens, so you don’t have to be. If installations leave you feeling queasy, then leave that to us too - our experts can preinstall Cloud Backup on your servers, run weekly backups of your standard system configuration files, and restore, monitor and troubleshoot backup jobs, keeping you running at high performance.

    Protect your business

    • If you’re a business owner, preparation for the unexpected is crucial. Varciti protects the important files powering your website or application, ensuring your business is safeguarded. If something should go wrong and a hard drive fails or you lose files, we have the ability to rapidly restore files to help you get back to regularity quickly.

    Improve cost efficiency

    • Varciti has block-level compression and de-duplication, which means backups are not only more efficient, but reduces storage costs by up to 20 times compared to traditional backups. After your first backup with Cloud Backup, additional backups are incremental, further reducing the required storage and associated costs.

    Secure your data

    • If security is paramount for your business, then enterprise-grade encryption (Advanced Encryption Standard, 256 bit key) is available. When you enable encryption, a passphrase that only you will know will encrypt your data, and because you create your AES-256 encryption key, your data is encrypted before it leaves the server and remains safely encrypted while stored.

    Virtual Private Cloud

      A Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is an on demand configurable pool of shared computing resources allocated within a public cloud environment, providing certain level of isolation between the different organizations (denoted as users hereafter) using the resources.

      The isolation between one VPC user and all other users of the same cloud (other VPC users as well as other public cloud users) is achieved normally through allocation of a Private IP Subnet and a virtual communication construct (such as a VLAN or a set of encrypted communication channels) per user.

      In a VPC solution, the previously described mechanism, providing isolation within the cloud, is accompanied with a VPN function (again, allocated per VPC user) that secures, by means of authentication and encryption, the remote access of the organization to its VPC cloud resources.

      With the introduction of the described isolation levels, an organization using this service is in effect working on a virtually private cloud (i.e. as if the cloud infrastructure is not shared with other organizations), and hence the name VPC.

      VPC is most commonly used in the context of cloud infrastructure services (IaaS). In this context, the infrastructure provider, providing the underlining public cloud infrastructure, and the provider realizing the VPC service over this infrastructure, may be different vendors.