MSP Backup & Recovery

Local Speed Vault retention

We would like to be able to have a separate retention period for the LSV and MAXBackup Cloud.

 

This would enable us to keep some client data (1-3 Months) in "hot storage" for fast restores locally and then have this, in addition the rest of the data in the MAXBackup Cloud storage for the longer part of the retention.

Submitted by (@haochoi)

MSP Backup & Recovery

status check for the synchronization

Hi LogicNow, We like to see additional options to the Synchronization status in de Backup Manager. What we can see now is that the Synchronization to LSV is at 33% and at the Remote Storage it is at 89%. We like to see some additional information like: - How many data needs to be processed, how many data is already processed and how many data is left to be processed - What is exactly processed, wich data and folders ...more »

Submitted by (@brasser)

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34 votes

MSP Backup & Recovery

Speedvault % column in CMC

Often Speedvault can get hung in a running state that doesn't seem to progress with any further sync. When this happens there is a need to either start the sync from scratch or toggle the setting off/on. It would be helpful if there was a column showing the % sync of speedvault in CMC so administrators can easily see if the sync is progressing on a daily basis. Opening each backup manager is time consuming and difficult ...more »

Submitted by (@garthyd)

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11 votes

MSP Backup & Recovery

Notification of Remote Storage Node error

When using LocalSpeedVault if the remote storage node is not available the back up wil complete to the LocalSpeedVault only. This is good as at least a backup is completed, however currently the fact the data is not sent off site is not recorded as an error. Backup to the Remote Storage Node is a vital part of the back up. If this fails it should be recorded at least as an error and highlighted as such in the back up ...more »

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10 votes

MSP Backup & Recovery

Local Backups Before Sending to Cloud

We would love to see an option to perform local backups to the LocalSpeedVault first and then sending data to the Cloud. The process should be quicker, even with compression. Then with the compression process already completed, sending the data to Cloud storage directly from the LocalSpeedVault should also be quicker. Now you have more efficient local backups as well as efficient local recovery. An alteration of this ...more »

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21 votes