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Boot Backup Images Instantly With NetJapan’s Interim Availability Solution HyperBoot™

January 31, 2020 GMT

TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 31, 2020--

NetJapan, Inc., publisher of disk imaging backup, system disaster recovery, and virtualization software, announces the release of HyperBoot™. A solution for booting ActiveImage Protector™ backups as virtual machines on Hyper-V and ESXi hosts by providing an interim availability solution to bridge the gap between disaster and recovery.

Using NetJapan’s real-time virtual conversion technology, HyperBoot bypasses the lengthy, resource intensive, and cumbersome physical to virtual conversion process, and boots the backup as a virtual machine in as little as two minutes. Changes made while running the virtual machine from a backup are saved as differential backup files. A proverbial “Spare Wheel” for recovering, migration testing, repairing, or upgrading prior to actual deployment.

Use VMware vMotion Live Migration to effect “recovery on boot” of a HyperBoot virtual machine to a hypervisor in a production environment.

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For more product information and system requirements, please visit:

https://www.netjapan.com/en-us/backup-dr-solutions/free-tools/#hyperboot

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CONTACT: NetJapan, Inc.

North America

Carol Cornell

+1 909-332-3773

sales@netjapan.com

KEYWORD: JAPAN ASIA PACIFIC

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY DATA MANAGEMENT

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