Image-Based Backup with MSP360
Get highly reliable, fast and easy-to-use backup images that can be deployed to virtually any type of recovery target with MSP360.
Simple, fast, direct backup and recovery
Efficient data retention with GFS
Automated restore verification
Reliable Image-Based Backup with MSP360
When it comes to image-based backup, you don’t need to compromise on efficiency or speed in order to gain the peace of mind and flexibility that backup images provide. Learn how MSP360 solves the challenges of image-based backups and how you can optimize your routines with MSP360 Managed Backup.Download whitepaper
Make the Most of Your Image-Based Backups with MSP360
Control your backups with a centralized web console
Create, monitor and manage your backups from a centralized web console. Back up your data remotely and control your devices in a single pane of glass.
Save time with synthetic full backups
Get much faster backups and reduce the network bandwidth consumed without compromising the reliability and simplicity that come with image-based backup.
Ensure recoverability with Consistency Check and Restore Verification
No need to perform manual disaster recovery tests to ensure that your images can be used for successful backups. Neither do you have to worry about human error becoming a source of confusion when assessing backups.
Efficient data retention with GFS
Create multiple versions of data and get optimized use of backup resources with multiple recovery points on the one hand, and flexible archiving and reduced storage costs on the other.
Bulletproof backup protection with immutability
Implement the highest level of backup protection possible with immutability, and make backups resilient against ransomware, unattended access, and human factors.
Improve Efficiency with Image-Based Backups and MSP360
Fast and accurate backups
Traditionally, image-based backups were slow and posed an issue with getting accurate images of machines that were active. MSP360 has solved these challenges by developing a new approach to image-based backup, which is based on the concept of archiving.
Reduced backup time and bandwidth consumption
Detect duplicate blocks of files on a source machine and upload only unique blocks to the storage with client-side deduplication.
Maximum flexibility to recover data
With MSP360 Managed Backup, you can recover to anywhere: physical, virtual or cloud. MSP360 supports every major public, private, and hybrid cloud platform, as well as on-premises infrastructure.
Fast file-level restore
Extract any file or folder from an image and get the granularity of file-level backup while still benefiting from image-based backup.
Enhance data protection with backup encryption and immutability. MSP360 Managed Backup supports AES encryption with key sizes of 128, 192 and 256 bits, and immutable backups with Amazon S3 and Wasabi.
Easy-to-manage backup solution
Don’t babysit your backups – spend less time on configuring, scheduling and automating backups with the intuitive and simple interface of the web control panel.
Image-Based Backup FAQ
Why should I consider image-based backups instead of file-level backups?
With file-level backup, it can be difficult to determine where each file needs to go when restoring a system. If you use image-based backups to back up an operating system, you can restore the image directly to a bare-metal machine, virtual machine, or cloud server. You don’t have to install an operating system first and then copy backed-up files to it. This is a fast and simple way to create an identical copy of the original machine.
Do I need a separate license to create image-based backups?
No, image-based backups are available with all license types (except for O365/G-Suite licenses).
Where can I find pricing?
Visit our cost calculator to estimate the pricing for your use case.
Can I test the solution and see if it fits my requirements?
Sure, we offer a fully functional 15-day free trial, with 1 TB trial storage included for 30 days.
How can I create image-based backups with MSP360?
Find the required computer on the list, click the gear icon on the right, and navigate to the “Show plans” section. Click the plus icon and follow the wizard to configure your image-based backup plan.